Indian capital market soars despite global, domestic headwinds
Updated : April 14, 2019 02:47 PM IST
The Indian market benchmark indices also improved on their own performance in the previous fiscal, with the BSE's Sensex (17.3 percent) giving relatively better returns than the NSE's Nifty (14.9 percent) in 2018-19.
Besides, mutual fund asset under management grew by 11.4 percent to nearly Rs 24 lakh crore.
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