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FIIs withdraw Rs 3,755 crore from Indian stock market

PTI
Published Oct 19, 2014, 5:13 pm IST
Updated Mar 30, 2019, 8:17 pm IST
Foreign investors were gross buyers of equities worth Rs 32,484 crore till October 17
The debt market has seen huge inflow of over Rs 10,200 crore (Photo: PTI)
 The debt market has seen huge inflow of over Rs 10,200 crore (Photo: PTI)

New Delhi: Overseas investors have pulled out a massive Rs 3,755 crore from the Indian stock market ,since the beginning of this month, mainly on account of profit  booking. In comparison, the debt market saw huge inflow of over Rs 10,200 crore during the period.  Foreign investors were gross buyers of equities worth Rs  32,484 crore till October 17 and sellers to the tune of Rs  36,239 crore, registering a net outflow of Rs 3,755 crore (USD  612 million), according to the latest data. 

The outflow comes after overseas investments in the stock market hit 7-months low in September."We have witnessed an outflow in this month mainly due to  profit booking and the market is also in a consolidation  mode," CNI Research Head Kishor Ostwal said.  He further said that the long-term prospects of staying  invested in India are still positive. 

 

Overseas investors (Foreign Institutional Investors or  Foreign Portfolio Investors) had pumped in a little over Rs 5,100 crore in Indian equity markets in September, making it the lowest net investment since February when they had infused  Rs 1,404 crore.  Since the beginning of this year, foreign investors have  infused a net amount of Rs 79,682 crore (USD 13.3 billion)  into the share market, while they invested a net of Rs 1.28  lakh crore into the debt market (USD 21.3 billion). 

From the beginning of June, FIIs along with sub-accounts  and qualified foreign investors have been clubbed together by  capital market regulator Sebi to create a new investor category called FPIs.

 

 

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