Two things that fox politicians and political economists are voter mindset and crude oil prices. Both cannot be predicted. Soon, India will have a new government and the challenge before it will be to find ways to offset the inflationary impact of higher fuel prices and relieve the burden on the poorer sections of the population.
Brent oil closed at a fresh five-month peak of $71.97/barrel on Thursday, ahead of the Good Friday holiday, according to a report by Vanda Insights.
Vandana Hari, Founder and CEO of Vanda Insights, told BusinessLine: “I think crude’s upside from current levels is limited, so the government will likely not have to face the strain of prices above $80/barrel.” Read More
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