Indian stocks second best in 2014 - Chart Of The Day 27 December 2014 - Equitymaster
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Indian stocks second best in 2014
Dec 27, 2014


Sticking with the concept of simplicity, we are coming towards the end of 2014 and it won't be hard to guess which was the best performing stock market during the year. With emerging markets like China and India growing faster than any other major developed nation and with liquidity tap remaining wide open, it was the two Asian behemoths that indeed emerged as the top choice for investors. As the chart highlights, while Chinese stocks went up nearly 50%, Indian stocks are up close to 30% so far in the year.

However, while China has toppled the Indian indices during the year, there's a question mark over whether the trend will sustain in 2015. For all you know, India, if it gets the big picture policies right, may actually end up besting the Chinese dragon over the medium to long term.

Data Source: The Economic Times

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