Amid growing cases of Covid-19, foreign investors are restless in various states after the announcement of public restrictions and they are withdrawing from the Indian market.
Amid increasing cases of Kovid-19, there is uneasiness among foreign investors after the announcement of public restrictions in various states and they are withdrawing from the Indian market. According to the depository data, foreign investors pulled out Rs 4,643 crore from the shares net from April 1 to 16 and infused Rs 28 crore into the letter of credit or bond market. In this way, his net withdrawal from the Indian capital market was Rs 4,615 crore.
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FPI made a net investment of Rs 17,304 crore in the markets in March, Rs 23,663 crore in February and Rs 14,649 crore in January. Restrictive steps have been taken to curb. Fearful of rising cases of infection and a fall in the exchange rate of the Indian currency, foreign investors are withdrawing funds.
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S Ranganathan, head (research), LKP Securities, said, “The spread of the corona virus has affected the overall sentiment.” Several states have taken steps to stop the spread of the epidemic. All other indices, except pharma, were in losses last week.