• @PBoyle on June 7, 2024

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  • @DeleteriousEffect on June 7, 2024

    "oligarch led growth model" doing a lot of work here 🙄

  • @DravidianRealm69 on June 7, 2024

    Does this man Blink?

  • @EastLaneGuest on June 7, 2024

    Before you make comments like modi favored adani you should read the facts. Will you call Joe favored Jeff Bezos or Mark Zuckerberg in US, these business also own most of American wealth? Do you have any evidence to prove Adani was favored in any policies? It is pathetic that western media blindly toes the opposition narrative for India. They only show the new clippings of the biased news. If you read those news articles it just have rhetoric and no proof.

  • @FaeRoxane on June 7, 2024

    Putin got 88% of the vote , the other 12% mysteriously fell off a window.

  • @noize2sound on June 7, 2024

    Adani fell down million times in last I year, I guess there are more than one Adanis

  • @richardtardo5170 on June 7, 2024

    What law and order in Mexico?

  • @MorrisFilmPhoto on June 7, 2024


  • @Charlatan-Parodyman on June 7, 2024

    I would rather have Putin than Biden.

  • @noeldown1952 on June 7, 2024

    I've got to ask the obvious question. Does it not bother you that all the "pro business" regimes whose election drives the markets up are almost invariably also the most corrupt ones?

  • @chadmartin479 on June 7, 2024

    We need more Boyle videos. Can you spend some time on the Us economy, whats good, whats not promising,,,

  • @sunny3907 on June 7, 2024

    Here is something western pundits , who seem to be only deal in either or dichotomy, dont get.
    Every political party in India depends on welfare to get votes.
    Modi is right wing socially, indulges in corporate cronyism for his business friends, but at the same time has exanded social welfare schemes.

  • @devinmcdonnell9057 on June 7, 2024

    The massive amount of assassinations in Mexico probably didn't inspire confidence in the chosen people's candidate.

  • @vineethsn on June 7, 2024

    Market has recovered since and it’s now all time high again when it’s clear Modi 3.0 is taking charge.

  • @philoslother4602 on June 7, 2024

    10:22 I am from India and the thing is….

    The normal person in the world is a subsistence farmer who doesn't really watch the news, your foreign policy achievements do not matter to them

    If you want to win an election in India, you will have to bring ground-level changes to the rural areas like free electricity, free cooking gas, free water And other stuff

    The media is for the rich, by the rich, of the rich. Only 1% of the country can speak broken English and most people cannot read and write (the literacy rate is a joke. The methodology is flawed)

  • @brendanturner2362 on June 7, 2024

    37 other candidates murdered, why is this seen as legitimate globally?

  • @user-ck8pd5xt6g on June 7, 2024

    37 candidates were also asassinated in Mexico so0ooo…

  • @sethawarren on June 7, 2024

    😂😂😂 "And the US election.." Weekend at Bernie's pic

  • @haz4dc394 on June 7, 2024

    I love sitting in my room in front of unused curved monitors

  • @tanyaperrin8844 on June 7, 2024

    A country where trump is ahead of anyone is a country that is beyond redemption!

  • @VonKirda on June 7, 2024

    Looks like the stock markets reaction to earnings: good news, sell. bad news, sell.

  • @Adderallistheonlyway on June 7, 2024

    India is the biggest joke of a country in the world 😂😂😂😂

  • @benmason4108 on June 7, 2024

    That last point was interesting. So many variables affect the markets react to changing leaders and it really depends on how the political system works, if they are more weighted to CP or FM and if they have other regulatory bodies at arms length of government. Bit of an oversimplification about a pro business being "right wing" and radical policy being "left wing." In Aus, we have a mixed market system but lower taxes on big business and a failure to tax multinationals/ enforce royalties on resources has caused a decrease in economic complexity, hence less government subsidies can be used to to support struggling industries and rebuild sectors to protect against current global supply chain disruptions.

  • @proadlekopy on June 7, 2024

    Bbc writing about India s economy is like pot calling kettle. No country can really progress where its citizens are not treated equal

  • @endoetz on June 7, 2024

    in Indonesia, a kidnapper won the election

  • @samsonsoturian6013 on June 7, 2024

    About India/Bhurat. Indian business is just cons pretending to be rich, so the city/rural divide is really a split between ponzi schemers and reality.

  • @samsonsoturian6013 on June 7, 2024

    The EFF idea of "land distribution" isn't want you think. They want to legalize rape and piracy against white people. Their bosses have been arrested several times for embezzeling party funds but their supporters just don't care.

  • @kingmj87 on June 7, 2024

    The Global Fascist Spring is seeing the start of its backlash. India, being ruled by a Rightwing party, sees a decline in control. Mexico, being ruled by a Leftwing party, sees an increase in control.