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Goldman Sachs says India could surpass the UK as the world’s 5th largest stock market by 2024

India might soon expand its market value by $400 billion, with Indian start-ups generating $10 billion through IPOs so far in 2021 and 150 private companies lining up to list on the country's stock exchange, Goldman Sachs has predicted.


According to the investment bank, India's stock market has already raised more money this year than it has in the previous three years.
 

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Goldman Sachs says India could surpass the UK as the world’s 5th largest stock market by 2024

India might soon expand its market value by $400 billion, with Indian start-ups generating $10 billion through IPOs so far in 2021 and 150 private companies lining up to list on the country's stock exchange, Goldman Sachs has predicted.


According to the investment bank, India's stock market has already raised more money this year than it has in the previous three years.
India will surpass UK stock market by Diwali
 

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Goldman Sachs says India could surpass the UK as the world’s 5th largest stock market by 2024

India might soon expand its market value by $400 billion, with Indian start-ups generating $10 billion through IPOs so far in 2021 and 150 private companies lining up to list on the country's stock exchange, Goldman Sachs has predicted.


According to the investment bank, India's stock market has already raised more money this year than it has in the previous three years.
And I predict that it xan happen earlier.
 

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A lot of SAAS startups are like these. Headquartered in the US but the actual operation is heavily concentrated in India.
How do folks with not a Penny of net worth get the big folks to invest in their startups.
 

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