Why does the Indian market have a lot of debt?

India’s financial sector is in deep trouble.Its gross domestic product (GDP) declined for a third straight quarter and the country’s debt-to-GDP ratio soared above 100% for the first time in years.And the country has been in a severe recession for years.But despite all of that, Indian investors continue to bet big on the country.Here are

When markets fall, investors can still get some returns

Investors who have been following market movements closely may have noticed a few more signs of weakness this week.As of early Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 8.4 points, or 2.5%, to 14,094.80.The S&P 500 was down 2.3 points, 0.8%, to 2,539.30.On Friday, the Nasdaq was down 5.1 points, 1.4%, to 6,907.75.The Nasdaq

Indian stocks rise as market surges to record highs

The Indian stock market has surged to record levels, boosting investor confidence ahead of a key global economic forecast.India’s Sensex index climbed more than 14% on Friday, its best performance since December, according to FactSet.The Sensex closed at 14,085.69 on Monday, its highest since December 18, 2012.The market rally has driven the rupee to its