External investors raised Rs 3,207 crore from the Indian markets

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Earlier, foreign portfolio investors (FPI) netted Rs 16,093 crore in April, Rs 45,981 crore in March and Rs 11,182 crore in domestic capital markets (both equity and debt) in February.

Reversing the three-month shopping streak, foreign investors took a net profit of Rs 3,207 crore from Indian capital markets in the first seven trading sessions of May between US-China trade tensions and uncertainty on election results.

Earlier, foreign portfolio investors (FPI) netted Rs 16,093 crore in April, Rs 45,981 crore in March and Rs 11,182 crore in domestic capital markets (both equity and debt) in February.

During the period between May 2-10, FPI invested a net amount of Rs 1,344.72 crore in equities, but made a net investment of Rs 4,552.20 crore from the debt market, taking a net net outflow upto Rs 3,207.48 crore, the latest deposit data Revealed by

The markets were closed on 1st May, the day of Maharashtra Day. Senior VP of Bajaj Capital and Head Investment Investment, Alok Agrawal said, “There are possibilities of long-term growth in India, but we have seen short-head headwands in May.

Foreign investors have been net buyers in Indian markets since the last three months, central banks of different developed countries changed their position on monetary policy, thereby improving the global liquidity situation.

Recently, Harish Jain, COO of Groww.in said, “Recent reversals in Indian capital markets can be given to emerging discussions with uncertainty on the election results between the US-China trade war and other factors.”

Agarwal blamed the outflow from the debt market for the high supply of bonds (G-Sec) in the current financial year and rising crude oil prices will affect the current account deficit, the rupee and affect inflation somewhat.

Apart from this, he said “Major risks for FPI flow in the Indian market can be increased in the US-China trade war, and subsequent elections of coalition government may be formed, if one party can not get a clear majority.

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