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India sees steepest m-cap drop among world#39;s top markets in March quarter

Aggregate market capitalisation falls 11 percent, the biggest since the March 2020 quarter, even as global markets stay in green despite rate-hike worries. Indian markets are likely to see more selling pressure amid falling global markets and expensive valuations, say analysts

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​ Aggregate market capitalisation falls 11 percent, the biggest since the March 2020 quarter, even as global markets stay in green despite rate-hike worries. Indian markets are likely to see more selling pressure amid falling global markets and expensive valuations, say analysts Aggregate market capitalisation falls 11 percent, the biggest since the March 2020 quarter, even as global markets stay in green despite rate-hike worries. Indian markets are likely to see more selling pressure amid falling global markets and expensive valuations, say analysts  Moneycontrol Latest News Read More  

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