When the stock market goes up: What you need to know about the Indian market

The markets in the world’s second largest economy are trading at an all-time high, with the Sensex hitting its highest level since July 11, 2018.

The market has witnessed a surge in sentiment after Prime Minister Narendra Modi won elections last month and promised to make India the most attractive investment destination for investors, with India’s economy projected to grow by 9.2% this fiscal.

However, the market has been volatile for months now, with markets going up and down, and many investors are left wondering what is happening behind the scenes.

The stock market has come under scrutiny over the last few days after the SenseX and Nifty indices have hit new record highs, and the stock prices have gone up and fell.

The index, the benchmark for equities in the country, has risen by 6.6% this year, but the market, which has seen a drop in recent weeks, has been on a downward trend.

Investors have questioned whether the market is stable enough to withstand the volatility.

What is going on?

The markets in India have been volatile since July, when Prime Minister Modi won election.

After the results came in, the markets went up and people were concerned that the new government would take control of the country.

However, Mr Modi’s government is now leading in the polls, and his promise to improve the economy is leading to optimism.

However the markets have been a little volatile recently.

On Thursday, the SenseEx went up by more than 4% in the day.

The Nifty, the most important index of Indian equities, had a similar trend as the markets did on Thursday, with a sharp rise.

In fact, the Nifty rose by 7.5% on Friday.

While the markets are at record highs now, many investors think the market will not rise again for a while, and there is a risk that it may go into a tailspin.

This week, the Narendra Modi government announced that all banks would be allowed to open branches and offer savings accounts to Indians in the next two weeks.

But some analysts have warned that this move will not lead to a return to the market’s heights.

The Sensex is currently trading at 6,907.24, the best in a long time.

The Sensex index has seen its gains in the past few months, rising by more to 6,638.57 on Wednesday.

The last time the Senseex was higher than this was on June 5, 2018, when the market was trading at a record high of 6,836.10.

On Thursday, stock market watchers warned that investors should take stock away from the markets as soon as possible, as the market could go into an immediate tailspin after the Narendra Modis election victory.

“You will be watching for a very big sell-off soon,” said Pankaj Sharma, a financial analyst and a member of the Financial Services Association.

“If it goes into a bear market, it will certainly be a big deal.

The markets will go down again soon after that.”

Experts have warned about the volatility of the markets.

“The market will go into bear market very soon if the Modi government does not take decisive action on economic reforms, which is the main issue for investors.”

The market is volatile, but investors are not watching it for long,” said Anuj Bhat, CEO of investment advisory firm Capital Intelligence.