FIIs invests Rs. 22,000 cr in this calendar year

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

Since 1 January 2014, foreign investors have made a net investment of Rs. 1.45 trillion into the country's securities market

Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) invested Rs. 22,000 crore in the Indian markets since 1 January 2014 to July 19.

Net investments by foreign investors in the equity market was Rs. 10,755 crore till July 19, while for the debt market it was at Rs 11,268 crore, taking the total amount to Rs 22,023 crore, according to SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) data.

Since 1 January 2014, foreign investors have made a net investment of Rs. 1.45 trillion into the country's securities market. This includes a net investment of Rs. 70,550 crore in equities and Rs 74,000 crore into debt market.

From the beginning of June, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) along with sub-accounts and qualified foreign investors have been clubbed together by Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to create a new investor category called foreign portfolio investors.

The strong inflows in the recent months have taken the cumulative net investments of foreign investors into India to $195 billion. In rupee terms, their investments are at Rs 9.35 trillion.
 

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