FPI Investment in September: Why are foreign investors Kind to the Indian Stock Market?

FPI Investment in September: Foreign investors are investing in the Indian stock markets with the expectation that the Federal Reserve may take a soft stance on the rate hike

FPI Investment in September: Why are foreign investors Kind to the Indian stock market?

The Fed can take a soft stance because inflation has started happening now. In August, FPIs had invested Rs 51,200 crore in Indian markets and about Rs 5,000 crore in July.


Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have pumped in Rs 12,000 crore in the Indian stock markets so far in the month of September. 


Foreign investors are feeling that the US Fed may take some soft stance regarding the increase in interest rates. According to depository data, between September 1 and September 16, foreign portfolio investors have invested Rs 12,084 crore in Indian stock markets. 


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FPIs remain net buyers on expectations of continued economic growth momentum. In August, FPIs had invested Rs 51,200 crore in Indian markets and about Rs 5,000 crore in July.


Fed May Adopt A Soft Stance:


Himanshu Srivastava of Morning Star India said, "Foreign investors are investing in Indian stock markets with the expectation that the Federal Reserve may take a soft stance on rate hikes. 


The Fed can take a softer stance because inflation has started now.” FPIs became net buyers in July after nine months of withdrawal from Indian stock markets FPIs became net buyers in July. 


Earlier, between October 2021 and June 2022, FPIs had withdrawn about Rs 2.46 lakh crore from the Indian stock markets. 


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FPI's stance to remain volatile Kotak Securities Head (Equity Research - Retail) Shrikant Chauhan said that FPI's stance will remain volatile in the times to come in view of monetary tightening, rising inflation and geo-political concerns.


How Market was last week, the Sensex had broken 952.35 points or 1.59 percent last week. While the Nifty was down 302.50 points or 1.69 per cent. 


Talking about the last trading session of the week, the Sensex closed at 58,840.79 on Friday, down 1,093.22 points or 1.82 per cent. At the same time, Nifty closed at 17,530.85, down 1.94 per cent or 346.55 points.

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