Highlights

  • FPI invests Rs 9,001 crore in Indian equities in November
  • Infuses Rs 14,556 crore in domestic debt market
  • Foreign investors have bought equities worth Rs 1,14,716 crore so far this year

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Decline in U.S. bond yields and the resilience of the Indian market have forced the FPIs to halt their selling leading to foreign portfolio investment to reach Rs 9,001 crore in Indian equities in November

Foreign investors resume buying after 2 months, invest Rs 9,001 crore in November

FPI inflow: Foreign portfolio investors have turned into net buyers in November after two consecutive months of being net sellers. This could be attributed to the softening of US Treasury yields and the resilience of the domestic market. In November, FPIs have invested Rs 9,001 crore in Indian equities.

In the domestic debt market the FPI hit a six-year high in November. This was driven by robust yields and the domestic bonds' inclusion in JPMorgan's Emerging Market Global Bond Index.

Also Read: Foreign Portfolio Investors invest over Rs 9,700 crore in Indian equities in June so far

Foreign portfolio investors have infused Rs 14,556 crore as of Nov. 29, according to data from the National Securities Depository Ltd. The previous highest monthly inflow by FPIs was recorded in October 2017.

Foreign Portfolio Investment

In the first 15 days of the month the FPI flows were negative. However, the quantum was less than the previous fortnights. As per the NSDL data, foreign investors have bought equities worth Rs 1,14,716 crore so far this year.

"FPIs have reversed their selling strategy in India. Decline in U.S. bond yields and the resilience of the Indian market have forced the FPIs to halt their selling," Dr VK Vijayakumar, chief investment strategist at Geojit Financial Services told BQPrime. He further added that the better-than-expected decline in inflation in the US has given investors confidence that the US FED will pause the rate hike.

In most sessions over the month the FPI inflow experienced a downward trend after the US Treasury Yields peaked at 5% in October. The Nifty50 also recorded its best month of 2023 in November with 5.52% gains.


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