==>The market is losing its stamina and desperately in search of a growth story.
==>So far this year, the NIFTY 50 has been flat despite the volatility, which some might even say is “a positive” considering the global anaemic growth.
==>Investors in India and abroad have been grappling with changing laws on equity investors.
==>Amid the uncertain environment, there are possibilities of an increase in capital gains tax on equities.
==>It is to see whether Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will announce tax measures in favour of investors or not in the Upcoming Union Budget 2017.
==>A possible resolution of the tax issues in favour of investors this time around may drive outperformance in Indian equities after the Budget. If not resolved favourably, investor sentiment will be impacted negatively,
==>Tightening tax treaties will have a negative impact on Indian markets . In May 2016, the government moved to tighten the India-Mauritius tax treaty, after which foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) ended up paying at the same short-term gains tax rate of 15% on Indian equities. Similar changes were made to the tax treaties with Cyprus and Singapore by the end of 2016.
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