India’s stocks are yet to feel tight money

To see why, start with what the brokerage HDFC Securities is calling the “changing contours of monetary transmission” in India. In March 2020, less than 10% of floating-rate rupee loans were priced off an external benchmark such as the RBI’s repurchase rate. By June this year, that figure had jumped to 47%. Taking advantage of rising interest rates, lenders have frequently reset loan prices.

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