FPIs net buyers for third straight month, pour in Rs 17,304 crore in March


NEW DELHI: Continuing the shopping for spree for the third consecutive month, overseas portfolio buyers (FPIs) have invested Rs 17,304 crore in Indian markets thus far in March.

According to depositories’ information, FPIs invested Rs 10,482 crore into equities and Rs 6,822 crore in the debt phase throughout March 1-31.

The whole net funding stood at Rs 17,304 crore throughout the interval underneath assessment.

Previously, abroad buyers had invested Rs 23,663 crore in Indian markets in February and Rs 14,649 crore in January, on a net foundation.

The rising instances of COVID-19 infections are affecting investments in the Indian markets, Groww co-founder and COO Harsh Jain famous.

Yet, the markets have been comparatively far more secure throughout second wave as a result of vaccination drive and economic system trying up, he added.

Morningstar India Associate Director (Manager Research) Himanshu Srivastava mentioned there was a gush of liquidity in the worldwide monetary markets after the US introduced a pandemic reduction package deal of USD 1.9 trillion which flowed into rising markets like India.

Also, a rejig in a few of the international indices led net inflows into Indian equities, he famous.

Besides, expectations of excessive financial development, a large vaccination drive and enchancment in earnings development had been few such elements that make India a great funding vacation spot from a long-term perspective, he additional mentioned.

Kotak Securities Executive Vice-President and Head (Fundamental Research) Rusmik Oza mentioned, “On the back of higher growth expectation from US economy some of the export driven emerging markets like South Korea and Taiwan have started witnessing FPI flows… However, the overall, emerging market flows are still below expectation.”

In the longer term, rising COVID-19 instances in the nation may very well be a dampener. The uncertainty round this might drive FPIs to undertake a cautious stance and go right into a wait and watch mode, Srivastava mentioned.

“The focus for FPIs would be economic numbers and how soon India gains economic momentum back. Any surprise on that front could have an adverse impact on foreign flows,” Srivastava added.




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