Global Economic Recession Research Paper

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Introduction: Recessions are the result of reduction in the demand of products in the global market. Recession can also be associated with falling prices known as deflation due to lack of demand of products. Again, it could be the result of inflation or a combination of increasing prices and stagnant economic growth in the west.
A recession is a decline in a country's gross domestic product (GDP) growth for two or more consecutive quarters of a year. A recession is also preceded by several quarters of slowing down. An economy, which grows over a period of time, tends to slow down the growth as a part of the normal economic cycle. A recession normally takes place when consumers lose confidence in the growth of the
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The extent of impact has been restricted due to several reasons such as- • India’s growth process has been largely domestic demand driven and its reliance on foreign savings has remained around 1.5 per cent in recent period. • Rural demand continues to be robust due to mandated agricultural lending and social safety-net programmes.

Stock Market The economy and the stock market are closely related as the buoyancy of the economy gets reflected in the stock market. Due to the impact of global economic recession, Indian stock market crashed from the high of 20000 to a low of around 8000 points.
Indian stock market has tumbled down mainly because of 'the substitution effect' of:
• Drying up of overseas financing for Indian banks and Indian corporates;
• Constraints in raising funds in a bearish domestic capital market; and
• Decline in the internal accruals of the corporates.

Money
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However, the Government and the Reserve Bank responded to the challenge strongly and promptly to infuse liquidity and restore confidence in Indian financial markets. The Government introduced stimulus package while the Reserve Bank shifted its policy stance from monetary tightening in response to the elevated inflationary pressures. Indian financial markets are capable of withstanding the global shock, perhaps somewhat bruised but definitely not battered. India, with its strong internal drivers for growth, may escape the worst consequences of the global financial crisis. In other words, the fundamentals of our economy continue to be strong and robust. The global economic environment continues to remain uncertain, although the rate of contraction in economic activities and the extent of pressures on financial systems.

Recession in India: Challenges & Opportunities:
The global economic recession has taken its toll on the Indian economy that has led to multi-crore loss in business and export orders, tens of thousands of job losses, especially in key sectors like the IT, automobiles, industry and export-oriented firms. It has also shaken up the investment regime, which is being restructured, with the telecom sector likely to be declared off-limits for foreign

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