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Capital market plays an extremely important role in promoting and sustaining the growth of an economy. It is an important and efficient conduit to channel and mobilize funds to enterprises, and provide an effective source of investment in the economy. It plays a critical role in mobilizing savings for investment in productive assets, with a view to enhancing a country's long-term growth prospects, and thus acts as a major catalyst in transforming the economy into a more efficient, innovative and competitive marketplace within the global arena.

In addition to resource allocation, capital markets also provide a medium for risk management by allowing the diversification of risk in the economy. A well-functioning capital market tends to improve information quality as it plays a major role in encouraging the adoption of stronger corporate governance principles, thus supporting a trading environment, which is founded on integrity.

Capital market has played a crucial role in supporting periods of technological progress and economic development throughout history. Among other things, liquid markets make it possible to obtain financing for capital-intensive projects with long gestation periods. This certainly held true during the industrial revolution in the 18th century and continues to apply even as we move towards the so-called "New Economy".

The existence of deep and broad capital market is absolutely crucial and critical in spurring the growth our country. An essential imperative for India has been to develop its capital market to provide alternative sources of funding for companies and in doing so, achieve more effective mobilization of investors' savings. Capital market also provides a valuable source of external finance.

For a long time, the Indian market was considered too small to warrant much attention. However, this view has changed rapidly as vast amounts of international investment have poured into our markets over the last decade. The Indian market is no longer viewed as a static universe but as a constantly evolving market providing attractive opportunities to the global investing community.

Santhosh T.T


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Santhosh Thaikkadan
(CS Professional Programme Student)
Category Shares & Stock   Report

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