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Latest Economic News in India, Stock Market News Updates

A big determinant of the stock markets is the way the macro economy performs. LKP Securities has a dedicated page for macro economy related news. We have a series of data points on the economy front that keeps hitting the headlines on a regular basis. The MOSPI declares the CPI inflation, WPI inflation and IIP numbers on a regular basis. The Ministry of Commerce declares the trade numbers on a monthly basis. The government also puts out the quarterly GDP numbers which acts as a precursor for the annual GDP estimates. Then the bi-monthly RBI monetary policy lays out the trajectory for interest rates in the economy. There are large macroeconomic implications relating to sectors like infrastructure and banking. All these key macroeconomic items are covered under the Macro Economy section of LKP Securities. The latest economics news in India is a critical input and is an indispensable part of stock market news updates given out by LKP Securities…

Why Macro Economy matters in a top-down approach to investing…

A popular approach to investing in stocks is called the top-down approach which is also called the E-I-C approach. EIC represents the order in which the analyst or investor looks at the company. Firstly, there has to be conviction that the overall economy is performing well at the macro level. Secondly, there has to be conviction at the industry level or the sector level. Lastly, the company within the sector are selected if the conditions of economy and industry are satisfied. As is evident, macro economy forms a very important part of stock selection. The latest economic news in India is, therefore, a very important part of the investment exercise and has to be made a necessary part of any stock market news updates.

Why the Macro Economy also matters in a bottom-up approach…

A bottom-up approach works quite differently. Here the focus is directly on the stock and the key criterion is first the investment attractiveness of the stock. Once that is achieved then the same is ratified by going back to the industry factors and the macro economic factors. The bottom-line is that even in a bottom-up approach there still has to be focus on the macro economy. Hence macroeconomic news continues to be important even if you are adopting a bottom-up approach to investing in stocks.
Remember, that a large part of investing is driven by momentum and it is macro economy that actually drives the momentum. Irrespective of whether the sector you are looking at is a defensive sector or a high-beta sector, the macro economy does play a part in your final investment decision. That is exactly what this page on macro economy is all about. It is a collection of all the latest economic news in India to enrich your trading and investing experience.


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