FPIs pumped Rs 10,000 crore in March so far

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Reserve policy, interest rate trajectory in the US, growth in China, monetary policies in the European Union and Japan and Oil/commodity prices are equally vital in shaping FPI flows.

Money Maker Research, FPI, Investment Advisory

Foreign Portfolio investors (FPIs) pumped in over Rs 10,000 crore in the Indian capital markets so far in March, and the trend is more expected to continue in coming weeks following the BJP’s spectacular show in the assembly elections. Investors fairly expect the central government to carry on with their bold reformist policies in their near future following a massive win for the National Democratic Alliance  (NDA) in the assembly elections of U.P and Uttarakhand.
The latest fund inflow comes following a net investment of Rs 15,862 crore in the capital markets equity and debt last month. Prior to that, foreign investors had pulled out a total of over Rs 80,000 crore during October-January.
As per depository data, FPIs infused a net sum of Rs 9,628 crore in equities during March 1 to 10 and another Rs 660 crore in the debt segment, combining inflow of Rs 10,288 crore.
Reserve policy, interest rate trajectory in the US, growth in China, monetary policies in the European Union and Japan and Oil/commodity prices are equally vital in shaping FPI flows. So far this year, FPIs have invested Rs 18,354 crore in equities and Rs 4,301 crore in the debt, taking the total inflow to Rs 22,655 crore.

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