Daniel Thomas suggests that India is emerging as a country with better investment credentials than most of its counterparts in the region, including China. One of the most recent additions to the list of funds that already boasts of names like Fidelity and F&C, is the Jupiter India Fund that will hold around 60 stocks, with a penchant towards medium and large companies. India’s very established stock market, with around 7,000 companies quoted, and more than 225 companies with a market capitalisation more than $1bn makes it a lucrative platform for banks and investment houses from all over. According to Fund Library, Indian funds are among the best performing funds in its Bric (Brazil, Russia, India and China) category over the past three months, with leading funds from Fidelity, Aberdeen, First State, Franklin Templeton, Neptune, HSBC and JP Morgan. More here.