2014 is definitely a year to watch out for especially for those who have a kept a keen eye on Indian markets and have wondered the fate of the Indian Rupee.Well, amidst all the economic mayhem, 2014 is also important politically.Reason: it’s the election year. 2014 is a bit different than any other election year held before. This is because India is going through an economic reform process.
This article focusses on how a fall in the rupee can affect the budget of an Indian & a Non Resident Indian. A fall in the domestic currency works in opposite directions for the a resident and a non resident.
India has one of the largest and fastest growing economes. It is one of the members of BRICS and forms a part of G-20. With a huge population, India now faces a high Inflation rate of 9.39% (CPI) as in April 2013 and a high CAD (Current Account Deficit). Eurozone crisis and in-house politics worsen matters further. Is all well in India? A brief & closer look at what is happening.