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  1. Deutsche sets India’s BSE index year-end target at 33,000 on rising govt investment

Deutsche sets India’s BSE index year-end target at 33,000 on rising govt investment

Rising public investment to emerge as key market catalyst in 2015 - Deutsche

By: | Updated: January 8, 2015 11:13 AM
BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, stock market

Deutsche sets year-end target for BSE index at 33,000 and NSE index at 9,936. (Reuters)

Rising public investment to emerge as key market catalyst in 2015 – Deutsche.

Sets year-end target for BSE index at 33,000 and NSE index at 9,936.

For BSE index, Deutsche had earlier set a target of 29,000 for March 2015.

Says govt to address supply-side constraints in economy and reallocate spending from consumption to investment.

“In 2015, we see India harnessing its commodity pricing dividend to realign policy towards an investment-driven macroeconomic stabilization,” says Deutsche.

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