The 24 Indian focused companies quoted on the London AIM stock market had a better performance than the Mumbai (Bombay) Sensex Index over the past twelve months. This is in spite of 6 of the companies being in the property/real estate sector, which had tough trading conditions. Big companies massively outperformed small ones.   The Indian GDP is forecast to grow by 8.2% this year, and the country has been widely tipped to become the world's third largest economy by 2030, so the availability, and performance, of Indian companies on global investment markets is important to all buy-side strategists and asset allocators. 

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