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The year 2019 has not been a good one. On Christmas, India has three wishes for Santa Claus.
The recent market trends and financial analytics suggest that the Indian economy is on retreat instead of a much-estimated blossom.
Economic slowdown has worsened in August despite active push by government with boosters to rejuvenate the economy. Furthermore, merger of PSU banks might increase the chances of Recession-hit India in 2020.
India’s economic slowdown and market stagnation may result in more than a million job cuts by the end of the year – there’s more to the trend
Financial institutions are careful in uttering the word, but the dire state of things in India is becoming clearer with each day – sectors losing money, defaulting corporations, struggling RBI and drowning markets – Recession isn’t coming, its already here.