Indias stock market has now surpassed France to become the worlds sixth-biggest stock market. According to Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Indias stock market capitalisation reached $3.53 trillion, eclipsing Frances $3.48 trillion market value.
Currently, the US stock market is the most valued in the world with a value of $51.3 trillion, followed by China, Japan, Hong Kong and UK which have market capitalisations of $12.42, $7.43, $6.52 and $3.68 trillion, respectively
The Indian stock market has been on fire since March 2020 crash with Sensex, the benchmark Indian index gaining more than 120% during that period. For investors interesting in catching the success wave of the Indian market, they can do through India Equities ETFs.
The iShares MSCI India ETF (INDA), which invests in Large and Mid-Cap Indian equities offers the opportunity to add full exposure to the hot Indian market. A $10,000 invested in INDA at the beginning of the year would have turned into $12,487 (+24.87%). There are other India ETFs offering similar exposure, such as WisdomTree India Earnings Fund (EPI) and Lyxor MSCI India UCITS ETF (INR). Thus, due diligence and comparisons are important to find the best solution.
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