Monthly markets podcast India January 2022

20 January 2022

With the Indian economy rebounding from its Omicron test, our podcast host Narayan Shroff, Investment Director for Barclays Private Clients India, looks at how equity investors can position for opportunities in this volatile macro environment. He’s joined by guests – Rahul Bajoria, Barclays’ Chief Economist for India and the Antipodes, and Killol Pandya, Head of Fixed Income Portfolio Management at Barclays Private Clients India – as they mull over the upcoming budget, rising inflation and the implications for India’s bond markets.

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Previous editions of Monthly markets


Monthly markets podcast India November 2021

2021 may have been the year of recovery, but what’s in store for 2022 and beyond for Indian markets? Narayan Shroff examines some of the key trends, disruptors and drivers of the economy and financial markets.


Monthly markets podcast India October 2021

Where next for India’s economy and its financial markets? Narayan Shroff and Rahul Bajoria delve behind the headlines to make sense of the country’s strong economic recovery, as well as the macroeconomic challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.


Monthly markets podcast India September 2021

What’s the appeal of India’s “unique” private credit markets? Join Kapil Singhal, as he shares his insights on the nascent market, while host Narayan Shroff gives his usual monthly take on India’s markets.

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