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The Nifty is down about 4.50% this week as the selloff on fears of a slow down on account of demonetization continues. Our interactions with some of the companies those are directly affected by the cash crunch expect the slowdown to taper off by the end of the quarter. But no one is willing to speculate beyond 15 days. 

The Banking system has already collected more than four lakh crore. The success of demonetization would become evident once the amount that doesn’t get deposited can be ascertained. 

The all-out war on parallel economy could result in some short term dip in the GDP growth numbers. However, the longer term impact of this move could result in a significant increase in tax collections that could reduce India’s fiscal deficit as well as accelerate GDP growth. 

In the shorter term however, consumption driven companies could see a slowdown. The slowdown could last a bit longer in real estate and high value consumption. 

We advise investors to continue to accumulate consumption centric stocks in the current environment. 

(Updated on Every Sunday)

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