FPI pumped in a net amount of Rs 552.07 crore into equities and Rs 9,760.59 crore into the debt market during June 3-21, taking the cumulative net investment to Rs 10,312.66 crore.
FPI pumped in a net sum of Rs 1,517.12 crore into equities and Rs 9,615.64 crore into debt during June 3-14, the data showed.
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have been net buyers for the previous four consecutive months.
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They had infused a net Rs 16,093 crore in April, Rs 45,981 crore in March and Rs 11,182 crore in February in the domestic capital markets (both equity and debt).
FPI poured in a net Rs 16,093 crore in April, Rs 45,981 crore in March and Rs 11,182 crore in February in the domestic capital markets.
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Indian capital markets have been receiving their share of the capital flows into the emerging markets after leading central banks of the world took a dovish monetary stance, experts said.
Participatory notes (P-notes) are issued by registered foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) to overseas investors who wish to be a part of the Indian stock market without registering themselves directly after going through a due diligence process.
FPIs were net buyers for the previous two months as well, infusing a net sum of Rs 11,182 crore in February and Rs 45,981 crore in March.
As per analysts, the positive change has been triggered by domestic as well as global factors and the trend is likely to continue for some time.
In financial year 2018-19, foreign portfolio investors pulled out a net sum of Rs 1,629 crore from equities and Rs 42,951 crore from the bonds market, taking the total net outflow to Rs 44,580 crore, the depositories data showed.
Since February 19, foreign investors have bought close to Rs 46,000 crores into equity.
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In February as well, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) were net buyers as they had invested a net amount of Rs 11,182 crore in the capital markets both in equity as well as debt segment.
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In June last year, the Securities and Exchange Board of India had mandated that no Foreign Portfolio Investors shall have an exposure of more than 20 percent of its corporate bond portfolio to a single corporate.
In February, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) had invested a net amount of Rs 11,182 crore in the capital markets (both equity and debt).
Foreign portfolio investors had pumped in a net amount of around Rs 19,728 crore into Indian stocks in November 2017.
In January, the net FPI outflow -- from both equity and debt -- stood at Rs 5,360 crore.
According to the latest data from the BSE, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) bought securities worth Rs 10,437.99 crore and sold securities amounting to Rs 4,126.98 crore, translating into a net inflows of Rs 6,311 crore.
According to the latest data available with depositories, a net sum of Rs 5,322 crore has been pumped into equities during February 1-15. However, FPIs pulled out a net amount of Rs 248 crore from the bond market during the period.
The RBI last week proposed removal of 20 percent foreign portfolio investor (FPI) restriction on the corporate debt market.
This comes following a pullout of Rs 5,264 crore by foreign portfolio investors in January.