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October 4, 2015
A 50 basis points repo rate cut could attract an average annual flow of Rs 48,000 crore in government bonds from overseas investors

Mumbai, April 18, 2016
Overall, so far this year, FPIs have invested Rs 8,515 crore in equities while withdrawing Rs 2,810 crore in the debt market, resulting in a net inflow of Rs 5,705 crore.

Avneet Kaur
April 8, 2016
To honour redemptions, mutual funds had to liquidate their holdings in the capital market after nearly two years. Mutual funds pulled out Rs 2,698 crore in April 2014, after which they continued to infuse funds till March 2016 when they were net sellers to the tune of Rs 10,199 crore.

New Delhi, April 4, 2016
This also marks the first outflow since May 2014, when MFs had pulled out Rs 1,078 crore. Prior to that, they had been continuously infusing money into stock markets.

Mumbai, December 14, 2015
In contrast, the debt market kept overseas institutional investors captivated with its relatively steadier return promise and attracted net inflows in the excess of Rs 50,000 crore.

Niti Kiran
December 3, 2015
FPIs had invested Rs 20,691.5 crore in the capital markets in October 2015.

New Delhi, November 1, 2015
This is the highest investment by FPIs since March when they had poured in Rs 20,723 crore into Indian markets.

New Delhi, October 25, 2015
This is the highest investment by FPIs since April, when they had poured in Rs 15,333 crore.

Mumbai, October 5, 2015
According to India Ratings, RBI's front loaded monetary action and accompanying policy changes have a significant positives for fixed income and the rupee.

Mumbai, August 9, 2015
This comes on top of a net inflow of Rs 5,323 crore in equities and debt witnessed during the last month.

New Delhi, August 2, 2015
According to market analysts, rout of Chinese equities and crisis in Greece has helped the Indian stock markets.

New Delhi, June 22, 2015
Foreign investors have pulled out money mainly on account of better returns from Asian peers, concerns over a slow revival in corporate earnings and continued worries over taxation issues.

New Delhi, January 26, 2015
Market analysts attributed the huge inflow to low inflation levels and the surprise rate cut by RBI on January 14, when it slashed the repo rate by 25 basis points.
January 19, 2021
SIP, FPI, FII: What dominated equity inflows in 2020?

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