Demonetization effect: Exuberance in November, Dismay in December
India, January, 2017: India’s Buying Propensity IndexTM (BPI) in December 2016 stood at 0.26, (measured on a scale between +1 to -1), down 0.42 BPI points from November (0.68). The period of November and December has been characterized by just a single event — the demonetization of high-powered currency notes. The Buying Propensity Index is a result of a primary research across 3,000 consumer-influencers across the 8 Tier –I cities in India conducted every quarter.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Experts raise alarm on Heart Failure; call it leading cause of mortality of all CVDs
Senthil Kumar and Mathana claim double wins for Honda in round 4 of INMRC
8th Indian Wedding Expo Waterford Banquet in Elmhurst turn to biggest Wedding Expo in Chicagoland
GRAND SEIKO LUXURY WATCH BRAND NOW AT PUNE’S ICONIC CT PUNDOLE & SONS
2014 The Global Indian New Network (TGINN)