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RAVI GARG

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Before, understanding
“Recession”, we need to
understand the Market Economy

A] TWO STAGES OF B] TWO FACTORS


MARKET ECONOMY OF MARKET

a)Growing Market a)Demand &


Economy
b)Supply
b)Declining Market
Economy

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A] Growing Market Economy

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B] Declining Market
Economy

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TWO FACTORS OF MARKET
Producer wants his demand always to be
high
Actually, Demand is the price at
Consumer wants his buying cost always to
which
be low consumer is ready to buy
and
producer is ready to sell
Usually, we think; Demand =
Quantity
But, here Demand =
Price;
This is because,
Producer Price
Consumer Price decides the Quantity of Sales;
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WHAT IS
RECESSION???
Recession is a contraction phase of the Business
Cycle.
It is decline in GDP growth for 2 or more
consecutives quarter of a year.

GDP = Value of all the reported goods and services


produced by the people operating in the country

GDP = MONEY VALUE OF {C + I + G + (X – M)}

C = Consumables, I = Gross Investments, G =


Government Spending, X = Exports, M =
Imports
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How to come out of recession?
nce, Govt does not have direct control on Producers’ & th
nsumers’ behavior; But, they can influence millions of
oducers & Consumers with Govt’s policies;
Government has 2 plans

Fiscal Policies Monetary Policies


(By Govt.) (By RBI)

Government influences the RBI manipulates


economy by changing how the available supply of
t (Govt) spends and money in the country
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Business cycle

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SENSEX V/S FII

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US $ V/S Rupee

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Objective
Through this we would focus on the following area

Find out the factor which impact the market most,


To find whether they are short term or long term
investor.
To know the mindset of investors towards Indian
banking system.
To analysis the impact of recession on Indian investor &
stock market.

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Research Design
Secondary Research
Collection of data from various websites to understand
the relationship between Sensex, US Dollar and FII’S.

Primary Research:
 A Primary Research has been conducted.
 The questionnaire was prepared for the investors to find
out…
 Investor’s profile
 What impact the Indian stock market.
 Their view on Indian banks.
 Their Positive-ness for Indian stock market.

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Sampling Plan
Elements:

The target population of the study included the


general population above the age of 25 yrs
Sampling design and sampling unit are as
follows:
Sampling frame- Urban class in the Delhi(NCR)
region
Sample size: 100

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You hold the stocks for how
much time period?

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What significantly impact
the Indian stock market?

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To whom you blame for
losses you have incurred?

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Will you stay invested in the
stock market?

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Which one is your preferred
stock in which do you want
to invest?

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Which bank do you prefer
for deposit?

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Where do you invest?

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Where do you see BSE
sensex one year from now?

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When BSE Sensex will reach
its all time high of 21000+ ?

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Conclusions
Recession has a huge impact on Indian stock
market.
According to investors FII’S are the main factor in
fluctuation in indices of Indian stock market.
Respondents basically invest their money for a
short period of time.
They don’t have much knowledge of derivative
market.
They are not fearful regarding their deposits in any
Indian bank.
Indian investor have positive mindset regarding
Indian stock market.
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Recommendation
SEBI must do something regarding FII’S.
SEBI must take some steps to educate Indian
investors so that they will invest after doing
proper fundamental & technical analysis of
stocks.
Investors must invest for long period and
invest in various sector(portfolio
diversification) to minimize their risk.

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