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India-stock-fundIndia is the seventh largest country in the world. As an investment destination its greatest strength is in the manufacturing and service industry. Natural resources and agricultural products attract viable global partners. There are to kinds of investment in the Indian stock funds – foreign portfolio investments (FPI) and foreign direct investments. Sectors attracting highest Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) are electrical equipment, services sector (financial and non financial) telecommunication, transport industry, fuel, chemical, construction drugs and pharmaceuticals knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) and real estates.

India Mutual FundsJP Morgan India Fund                    800-480-4111     Franklin India Growth Fund             800-632-2301 Nomura India Fund                        800-535-2726      Eaton Vance Greater India Fund     800-262-1122India Stock Funds iGate Corporation Stock Symbol: IGTE    Tata Motors Ltd.Stock Symbol TTM      Sify Ltd. Stock Symbol: SifyAs a manufacturing and services hub with the fourth largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP) and the tenth most industrialized country, India is a vibrant macro-economic market. Foreign investment has increased through Foreign Institutional Investment (FII) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). This is without considering reinvested earnings and other capital components. Sectors attracting highest cumulative foreign direct investment in India’s stock market are related to the electrical equipment and the services and telecommunication.
Governments’ role: Foreign direct Investment proposals are expedited. Multi-agency consultations address investor concerns. The Government acts as a gateway to industrial investment providing a single window clearance for entrepreneurial assistance and facilitates processing of investor applications requiring approval. Brand Equity foundation, investment commission, investment implementation authority and foreign investment promotion board collectively embrace the multi-sect oral approach.
Each individual state has distinct strengths which have world-renowned companies investing in them. State Government has policy measures and incentives that highlight major foreign direct investment (FDI) thus reflecting state economy. Some of the companies investing in the states are quoted on the stock markets..

Opening a share trading account is the first step. It is important in facilitating investment in Indian mutual funds and participating in initial public offers. The main exchanges are the Bombay Stock Exchange (Sensex) and the Bombay Stock Exchange (Nifty).Opening a dmat account is the second step. This account number is what you will trade with. Shares bought are deposited in your electric account. When sold the transaction are displayed on your account. Records are accessible online. Trading in electronic shares is more convenient than previously done. Slight taxes are deducted from your account only when you sell. With a special code you can trade on phone through a broker. You can also trade online. Stocks and bonds collectively are referred to as mutual funds. Securities, bonds and stocks invested together by people. Investing in mutual funds requires owning share. Studies show that more investments are made in mutual funds than in stocks. Higher returns are synonymous with higher risk.

Opening a share trading account is the first step. It is important in facilitating investment in Indian mutual funds and participating in initial public offers. The main exchanges are the Bombay Stock Exchange (Sensex)and the Bombay Stock Exchange (Nifty). Opening a dmat account is the second step. This account number is what you will trade with. Shares bought are deposited in your electric account. When sold the transaction are displayed on your account. Records are accessible online. Trading in electronic shares is more convenient than previously done. Slight taxes are deducted from your account only when you sell. With a special code you can trade on phone through a broker. You can also trade online. Stocks and bonds collectively are referred to as mutual funds. Securities, bonds and stocks invested together by people. Investing in mutual funds requires owning share. Studies show that more investments are made in mutual funds than in stocks. Higher returns are synonymous with higher risk

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