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Sunday, April 12, 2015
Foreign fund inflows cross Rs.81,000 crore mark in 2015
Analysts expect the inflows to accelerate further going ahead, helped by clearance of reform bills for insurance, coal and mining, as also on assurances on controversial issues like General Anti Avoidance Rules (GAAR).
Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) have bought shares worth Rs.2,392 crore till April 10 this month, while they pulled out Rs.337 crore from the debt markets, taking their net investment to Rs.2,054 crore ($ 329 million), as per the data compiled by Central Depository Services Ltd.
This has taken their total net investment in the country's capital markets (equity and debt segments) so far in 2015 to Rs.81,030 crore (about $ 13 billion).
Market participants attributed the robust inflows to positive investor sentiment driven by several reform measures announcement by the government.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced a slew of measures to attract overseas investment in the country in the his Budget for 2015-16.
Besides, he has deferred the controversial GAAR by two years to soothe investors' nerves, saying its immediate applicability can create "panic" in markets.
The net inflows by overseas investors in debt markets stood at Rs.1.59 lakh crore in last year 2014, while the same for equities was Rs.97,054 crore.
Overall, the net investment by foreign investors stood at Rs.2.56 lakh crore last year.
Courtesy: The Economic Times