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Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part D (2016)

An experimental study on financial improvement in India

An experimental study on financial improvement in India

Dr. Saurabh Verma
Financial markets are a part of the changing business paradigms, across the globe. In fact, the financial markets are the first to unleash the creativity and imagination and lead the revolution. Today, globalization of competencies, thinking and perspectives has been the part of Strategic Action Plan of all the major players in the financial markets, globally. The cut throat competition across the market operators and the pressure to perform by the stakeholders has resulted in competition being fiercer than ever before. Both the business landscape and chemistry of the competition has changed significantly over the period of time. All around, there is a fresh thinking on the financial products, structure of market players and possibilities for value creation. We can say financial markets are being redefined, reinvented and reconfigured on a persistent basis. Financial Improvement—like Improvement elsewhere in business—is an ongoing process whereby private parties experiment to try to differentiate their products and services, responding to both sudden and gradual changes in the economy. Surely, Improvement ebbs and flows with some periods exhibiting bursts of activity and others witnessing a slackening or even backlash. However, when seen from a distance, the process of Improvement—in this instance, financial Improvement—is a regular ongoing part of a profit maximizing economy. This paper will cover the recent trends in financial Improvement with reference to Indian scenario. Our attempt is to find out the Impact of GDP, Growth Rate (NIFTY) & Inflation on the financial Improvement revolution in India.
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International Journal of Applied Research
How to cite this article:
Dr. Saurabh Verma. An experimental study on financial improvement in India. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(2):245-248.
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