Franklin India Growth Fund
How Does the Matthews India Fund Compare to Its Peers?
As of December 31, 2015, Matthews India Fund has the lowest holdings turnover among the five funds.
The Franklin India Growth Fund versus the Benchmark in 2015
The MSCI India Index is the benchmark index of the Franklin India Growth Fund (FIGZX). The fund has underperformed the benchmark index.
The Franklin India Growth Fund Portfolio (FIGZX)
The Franklin India Growth Fund (FIGZX) invests with the aim of long-term capital appreciation and across market caps, in equities of companies based in India. As of December 31, 2015, the fund’s total net assets under management were $122 million.
How the Eaton Vance Greater India Fund – Class A Performed in 2015
The Eaton Vance Greater India Fund – Class A (ETGIX) is in a close range to the returns of the benchmark for all three periods. In 2015, the fund gave a return of -6.1%.
Why Sales Growth in India’s Infrastructure Sector Is Dwindling
The sales growth in three major infrastructure sectors has fallen sharply in the first two quarters of fiscal 2016.
Public or Private Spending: What’s Driving Infrastructure Growth?
The private sector is lagging as compared to others regarding projects awarded. The public sector projects far outnumber both the private and PPP projects.
Which Sector Has Attracted the Most FDI This Year?
Cumulative data of FDI inflows since April 2000 show the services sector has received 17% of the total FDI inflows in India.
How Has the ETGIX Performed?
The Eaton Vance Greater India Fund Class A (ETGIX) is an equity fund that invests in Indian equities.
Has the Franklin India Growth Fund Outperformed Its Benchmark?
IGZX has given a return of 4.2% over a period of one year. The fund has outperformed the benchmark index over the past year.