Rs 8,634 crore FPIs in April’19

New Delhi: Overseas investors have pumped in a total of Rs 8,634 cr into the Indian capital markets in the first five trading sessions of April, mainly due to positive market sentiment. The positive change has been triggered by domestic as well as global factors and is likely to continue.

In March, the overseas investors had pumped in a net Rs 45,981 crore into the capital markets (both equity and debt). For the 2018-19 fiscal, they were net sellers to the tune of Rs 44,500 crore. According to depositories data, FPIs put in Rs 8,989.08 cr in equities during April 1-5. However, they pulled out a net Rs 355.27 cr leading to an overall investment of Rs 8,634 crore in the capital markets.

Overseas investors have pumped in a total of Rs 8,634 cr into the Indian capital markets in the first five trading sessions of April, mainly due to positive market sentiment. The positive change has been triggered by domestic as well as global factors and is likely to continue.

In March, the overseas investors had pumped in a net Rs 45,981 crore into the capital markets (both equity and debt). For the 2018-19 fiscal, they were net sellers to the tune of Rs 44,500 crore. According to depositories data, FPIs put in Rs 8,989.08 cr in equities during April 1-5. However, they pulled out a net Rs 355.27 cr leading to an overall investment of Rs 8,634 crore in the capital markets.

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