Rising crude oil prices to hurt Modinomics? Nomura warns of worsening current account deficit

With crude oil prices climbing to fresh record high levels beyond the $75 per barrel mark, Nomura sees India as a major loser along with Philippines and Turkey in emerging markets. According to the firm, every 10/bbl rise in prices will negatively impact the country's current account deficit by 0.4%.

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