When will Sensex hit 1 lakh? What Mark Mobius has to say after Modi-led NDA’s less than predicted Lok Sabha win

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Mark Mobius, the billionaire investor, stays assured concerning the Indian inventory market‘s potential to attain new heights, regardless of a weaker mandate for the Narendra Modi-led NDA in Lok Sabha election outcomes 2024.
In an interview with ET, Mobius, when requested about his earlier prediction of the Sensex hitting the 1 lakh mark throughout the subsequent 5 years, affirmed his stance, saying that the market continues to be on an upward trajectory regardless of occasional corrections.Mobius even suggestd that this milestone may very well be achieved sooner than initially anticipated, contemplating India’s distinctive progress.
“We are still on that upward trajectory. There will always be corrections, but we are still in that direction. We will hit that (1 lakh mark for Sensex). Maybe even before five years. India may be an exception in terms of moving faster,” Mobius mentioned.
Mobius additionally clarified that the present market state of affairs is merely a pause within the ongoing bull run and never its finish. He defined that typically, if a rustic’s economic system is rising at a fee of seven%, as India is presently experiencing, the market and earnings of well-performing corporations might be anticipated to enhance at double that fee, round 14-15%. Based on this precept, he initiatives that the market index will proceed to rise at this tempo over the subsequent decade.
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Mobius mentioned that regardless of the present political turmoil in India, sure sectors will proceed to thrive. He recognized the software program and know-how sectors as being significantly resilient, together with corporations concerned in laptop {hardware}, semiconductors, and software program improvement. While there could also be some influence on the buyer facet, Mobius advised that the fast progress of the Indian economic system will assist these corporations carry out comparatively effectively.
Regarding the potential influence on PSUs, given Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s robust assist for these entities, Mobius expressed concern, stating, (*1*)
Mobius emphasised the necessity to wait and observe the choices and actions taken by the brand new authorities earlier than drawing any definitive conclusions about the way forward for PSUs and the general market path.
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When requested if he believes the market reached its lowest level on the day of the election outcomes, Mobius responded, “Yes, it looks like. It may have bottomed out. But I think you have got to be cautious about that. It remains to be seen how the political situation turns out and what kind of policies will be followed by the new conglomerate of powers that take place.”
On the potential of overseas institutional traders (FIIs) de-rating India within the close to time period, Mobius expressed confidence that that is unlikely to occur. He argued that FIIs acknowledge India’s potential and are eager to diversify their investments away from China. “…nevertheless, India is going to benefit from the desire of FIIs to diversify and that is very important,” he mentioned.


Nilesh Desai
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