India Forecasts Top 10 Trends in 2015

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India Forecasts Top 10 Trends in 2015
In 2015, will oil prices fall further or are they about to shoot up again? Is the global economy on the brink of a recession or is the revival of the US economy going to boost world growth? Is inflation going to carry on falling or are prices going to go back up next year?

In the midst of these uncertainties, the focus of the world is on India and the new government. Amongst all this clutter and uncertainty, this show looks at what are the 10 trends that will define 2015 - 10 big things you should look out for.



Jan 12, 2015
12:37 (IST)
2015: Make or Break Year


This year will be a make or break year for the Indian economy, says Ruchir Sharma. Markets rose 20% in 2014, in 2015 the pace of reforms will be key, he added.
Jan 12, 2015
12:37 (IST)
February 2015 the Big Month


February, a big month with the new government's first full Budget. 2015 will also be a big year for the global economy. In 2014, global growth was 2.5%: Ruchir Sharma
Jan 12, 2015
12:36 (IST)
Global Recession in 2015?



China's per capita income is $7500, while India's per capital income is just $1500: Sharma


Jan 12, 2015
12:36 (IST)
Can India Grow Fast When The World Does Not?


Jan 12, 2015
12:35 (IST)
Will India Start Catching Up With China in 2015?

Jan 12, 2015
12:35 (IST)
Can 'Make In India' For Exports Work?


Export growth of emerging markets, including India, has fallen sharply: Sharma


India is in tough competition for dwindling capital flows: Ruchir Sharma
Jan 12, 2015
12:35 (IST)
Will oil prices rise or fall in 2015?


Oil prices are back below $50/barrel, which is the 100-year average, says Ruchir Sharma.
Jan 12, 2015
12:35 (IST)
Will the collapse in global inflation help India?


The collapse in global inflation will help India: Ruchir Sharma
Jan 12, 2015
12:34 (IST)
Who will be the new winners in 2015?


120 tech billionaires in 2014 as compared to just 60 energy billionaires, says Sharma.


The change in Indian billionaire trends.
Jan 12, 2015
12:33 (IST)
And finally: What does India want in 2015?


Magazine covers provide huge insight into economy and markets, says Ruchir Sharma.


If magazines start playing up a trend, chances are that it is about to end: Sharma
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