Managing Market Volatility

20 FEB,2022 | MEDC


 

The ongoing tensions between Russia and Ukraine – once a junior partner in the erstwhile USSR – have enhanced volatility in stock markets worldwide, already rattled by the prospects of global inflation. The crisis revolves around energy. Russia is a major natural gas exporter to the world (especially to Western Europe), and it has seldom hesitated to use this advantage to push the Europeans into a submissive posture. The lesson for India is to focus wholeheartedly on the development of renewable energies, so as not to be dependent on any external sources in such geopolitical situations. Markets move around perception, and for dealing with the rising financial volatility, international diplomacy efforts to calm the crisis need to succeed. There is just too much at stake for the global economy.

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