new Delhi. As soon as the month of December started, the foreign investors made their investment much better than in November and invested about 18 thousand crores in the four-day trading session. Experts say that foreign investors have increased attraction in the country’s stock market. Because of which it is getting faster. The last month of the calendar year ie December can be a record investment towards foreign investors.
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) invested Rs 17,818 crore in Indian markets in four trading sessions in December. Foreign investors’ attraction to Indian markets has increased due to better-than-expected improvements in economies around the world and positive results on the corona virus vaccine. According to depository data, FPIs have invested Rs 16,520 crore in equities and Rs 1,298 crore in the debt or bond markets during December 1-4. Thus his net investment in Indian markets was Rs 17,818 crore. Let us tell you that in November, FPI invested a net Rs 62,951 crore in Indian markets.
India is benefiting
According to experts, economies around the world are improving faster than expected. In this situation, the flow of FPIs in Indian markets is increasing rapidly, in addition to positive results of Kovid-19 vaccine testing has also increased investor confidence. At the same time, there is a lot of attraction in FPIs for emerging markets and India is also benefiting from this trend.