New Delhi: Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have so far invested a net Rs 17,985 crore in Indian capital markets in June amid rising availability of cash and high risk.
According to the latest depository data, FPI made a net investment of Rs 20,527 crore in equities between June 1 and 19. However, he made a net withdrawal of Rs 2,569 crore from the debentures. Thus, their net investment in the domestic capital market stood at Rs 17,985 crore during the period under review. Earlier, foreign investors remained net sellers for three consecutive months.
He made a record withdrawal of Rs 7,366 crore in May, Rs 15,403 crore in April and Rs 1.1 lakh crore in March. Harsh Jain, co-founder and chief operating officer (COO) of GRO, said, “As economies around the world are increasing liquidity, the eagerness for high-risk investments such as equity is also increasing. This money is also towards India. Will come because India is well placed in emerging markets. “