The Indian economy is expected to grow at around 7% this year, 7.6% in the second quarter of the fiscal year, which is higher than many expected.

Government spending and private investment in construction and manufacturing have been touted as just two reasons for the improvement. India is now the 5th largest economy in the world GDP rankings, but this growth would see it climbing those ranks higher. There is a generally positive correlation between interest rates and economic growth, with demand increasing for products such as INR swaps and volatility surfaces.

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Moonrise over south central Mumbai - the financial capital of India - showing a glittering metropolis with a reputation of city that never sleeps with dwellings of lower middle class in foreground and newer towers where elite stay in the far background.
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