Here are pointers that could help in connecting the dots:
1. Elections 2014 and stock markets: India heads into general elections in 2014. Ahead of those polls, assembly elections for Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and Delhi, which account for 73 seats in Lok Sabha, reflect a position of strength for BJP. The stock market perceives BJP to be investment friendly. “The trends emerging from these state election results would improve the prospects of BJP to attract strong regional parties to ally in states where BJP has a very remote to nil presence,” said Motilal Oswal Securities said on election results on Monday.
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