India is now home to the world’s eighth-biggest stock market, overtaking Canada for the first time in almost a decade. The score: India $2.29 trillion, Canada $2.28 trillion. Mumbai’s total stock market capitalisation hasn’t exceeded Toronto’s since January 21, 2008, when the S&P BSE Sensex plunged as concern grew that a global financial crisis was taking hold. Since then, India’s market swelled by $800 billion as investors flocked to a nation where the government boosted consumption through a job-guarantee plan, streamlined the indirect-tax system ...
Indian stock markets now 8th-biggest in the world
Until recently, Canada retained its lead, spurred by a bigger rally in the wake of the Federal Reserve's stimulus package
Srinivasan Sivabalan | Bloomberg Last Updated at December 1, 2017 00:47 IST