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So far, FPA in November 6,310 crore has been invested



So far this year, FPIs from the capital markets Over Rs 94,000 crore has been withdrawn. Photo: Bloomberg

So far this year, FPIs from the capital markets Over Rs 94,000 crore has been withdrawn. Photo: Bloomberg

New Delhi: In October, due to the fall in crude oil prices and strong rupee, foreign investors have so far raised Rs 6,310 crore in Indian capital markets after raising large-scale funds in October. Of these, most of the funds were entered into debt market by foreign portfolio investors (FPI), showing recent data with depositories. Rs. After the net inflow of more than Rs. 38,900 crore, the recent inflow was, which was the highest return in almost two years. In September, FPA from both capital markets (both equity and borrowing) Took over 21,000 crores. Prior to that, they were in July and August. 7,500 crore.

Foreign investors in the equity market during November 1-22 923 crores and the debt market has invested Rs 5,387 crores, which is about Rs. 6,310 crore ($ 862 million) came from.

According to experts, the value and depletion of oil prices in the oil has reduced India's macros and accordingly, FPI has been affected by changing the trend towards emerging markets.

"The recent fall in crude prices, rupee depreciation against the dollar and liquidity situation can be improved," said Himesh Shrivastav, senior analyst manager of Morningstar Investment Advisor India.

Global Front, US The trade war tensions between China and China have created widespread uncertainty in emerging markets. As global interest rates rise, investors have adopted a risky attitude, which can help them find more attractive and safe alternatives around the world.

"I do not expect any significant inflows from the FPI in the remaining part of the year. Rupee, crude prices, local liquidity, upcoming state elections, and next year's general elections are some of the factors that will see FPI closely.

"Also, there are other emerging markets like China and Brazil which are better in terms of evaluation than India.

"With all these factors and perspective, there is a little bit of time left before the strong flow of India's FPI is seen," he added.

So far this year, FPIs from the capital markets Over Rs 94,000 crore has been withdrawn. In this, Rs. 41,000 crore and Rs. 53,000 crores are included.

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