Politics

Investors react to India's election result

Modi is celebrating his landslide election victory but challenges await as economic growth slows.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's re-election victory has lined up his Hindu nationalist party for a stronger mandate to push through economic reform. 
 
Market participants have expressed a wide range of views on what the results mean for Indian equities and debt. 
 
The following remarks have been edited for brevity and clarity
 
Ramesh Mantri, director of investments, White Oak Capital Management, investment adviser to the Ashoka India Equity Investment Trust
The strong decisive mandate by Indian citizens to the NDA government will ensure continuity of existing reforms process...
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