Economy and Geopolitics Both Majorly Impact the Financial Market, Experts Say
India -To remember the commitment made by the founder of NSE, Late Dr R.H. Patil, in transforming the scene of India’s capital business sectors, NSE had coordinated a dedication dialogue to unravel the effect of international relations and economics on the financial market.
Under the leadership of Dr Patil, the NSE has played an essential role in creating the first depository and the first clearing cooperation that reached great peaks, as per experts.
In a short period, NSE has formed a big name in India and so many other market areas. The last eighteen months have been very challenging for the Indian and all global economies due to pandemics.
As India is emerging from the aftermath of the pandemic, the economy’s pace is showing signs of recovery.
The Equity market saw an excellent performance in a decade last year, with the support of coordinated monetary factors and several SEBI initiatives.
What have the last two years of experience with the pandemic and lockdown forced us to rethink the global economy? Dr Lawrence Summers, former US financial advisors, says the last few years has taught us that we are all part of one world; viruses are everywhere and can impact anyone.
The gravity of the covid crisis has made us realize that adjusting time is very important; economic planning is a must in these times. The lesson learnt is that those who believe that inflation was a historical phenomenon in the US, but it is the cause of concern in recent times.
There is a great importance of resilience. However, inflation is for real and can it be reversed? Ask experts. The financial and economic factors will determine the relief from inflation.
It is coherent to relate the expression “financial aspects” with international affairs. With Brexit, worldwide market clashes, and moving state collusions today, global instability is something virtually all organizations should battle with.
According to EY Geostrategic Business Leader Jonathan Shames, “International affairs is no longer for developing business sectors; it influences each economy.”