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Indian markets may correct, provide better entry points: Ritu Arora

India remains the most expensive equity market in the region and amongst the most expensive globally, says Ritu Arora, Asia CEO at Allianz Investment Management

Ritu Arora, chief executive officer and chief investment officer for Asia at Allianz Investment Management
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Ritu Arora, chief executive officer and chief investment officer for Asia at Allianz Investment Management

Puneet Wadhwa New Delhi
As the markets prepare for the January-March 2022-23 quarter numbers of India Inc, Singapore-based Ritu Arora, chief executive officer and chief investment officer for Asia at Allianz Investment Management, in conversation with Puneet Wadhwa, says that financial services and consumption-related sectors will lead to market recovery from here on out, galvanised by infrastructure and corporate capital expenditure (capex) investment. Edited excerpts:

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First Published: Apr 24 2023 | 6:00 AM IST

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