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Listed foreign funds bring in USD 685-mn in Oct

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

saw an inflow of USD 685 million from listed foreign funds in October, primarily driven by strong capital infusion in exchange-traded funds (ETFs), according to a report.

With this, the total inflow from listed foreign funds has reached USD 1.09 billion this year.



"Listed fund flows to remained positive in October. has seen USD 685 million of flows, driven by ETF flows of USD 406 million," said a Kotak Institutional Equities report.

The listed funds -- passive exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and active non-ETFs -- generally account for a large part of foreign portfolio investor (FPI) activity in India.

ETFs saw higher inflows compared with non-ETFs during the month under review. Indian market witnessed inflow worth USD 406 million and USD 280 million in ETFs and non-ETFs segments, respectively.

The report, which offers a comprehensive view on fund flows of listed funds into and other emerging markets, said that saw inflows of USD 704 million from listed foreign funds during the same period.

Allocations to and constitute more than one-third of the average Asia (excluding Japan) fund's portfolio.

"Allocation to by Asia (excluding-Japan) funds have increased to 13.9 per cent in October from 13.4 per cent in the previous month. Fund allocation to by emerging market funds remained around 11 per cent in October," the report noted.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Listed foreign funds bring in USD 685-mn in Oct

India saw an inflow of USD 685 million from listed foreign funds in October, primarily driven by strong capital infusion in exchange-traded funds (ETFs), according to a report. With this, the total inflow from listed foreign funds has reached USD 1.09 billion this year. "Listed fund flows to India remained positive in October. India has seen USD 685 million of flows, driven by ETF flows of USD 406 million," said a Kotak Institutional Equities report. The listed funds -- passive exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and active non-ETFs -- generally account for a large part of foreign portfolio investor (FPI) activity in India. ETFs saw higher inflows compared with non-ETFs during the month under review. Indian market witnessed inflow worth USD 406 million and USD 280 million in ETFs and non-ETFs segments, respectively. The report, which offers a comprehensive view on fund flows of listed funds into India and other emerging markets, said that China saw inflows of USD 704 million ... saw an inflow of USD 685 million from listed foreign funds in October, primarily driven by strong capital infusion in exchange-traded funds (ETFs), according to a report.

With this, the total inflow from listed foreign funds has reached USD 1.09 billion this year.

"Listed fund flows to remained positive in October. has seen USD 685 million of flows, driven by ETF flows of USD 406 million," said a Kotak Institutional Equities report.

The listed funds -- passive exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and active non-ETFs -- generally account for a large part of foreign portfolio investor (FPI) activity in India.

ETFs saw higher inflows compared with non-ETFs during the month under review. Indian market witnessed inflow worth USD 406 million and USD 280 million in ETFs and non-ETFs segments, respectively.

The report, which offers a comprehensive view on fund flows of listed funds into and other emerging markets, said that saw inflows of USD 704 million from listed foreign funds during the same period.

Allocations to and constitute more than one-third of the average Asia (excluding Japan) fund's portfolio.

"Allocation to by Asia (excluding-Japan) funds have increased to 13.9 per cent in October from 13.4 per cent in the previous month. Fund allocation to by emerging market funds remained around 11 per cent in October," the report noted.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Listed foreign funds bring in USD 685-mn in Oct

saw an inflow of USD 685 million from listed foreign funds in October, primarily driven by strong capital infusion in exchange-traded funds (ETFs), according to a report.

With this, the total inflow from listed foreign funds has reached USD 1.09 billion this year.

"Listed fund flows to remained positive in October. has seen USD 685 million of flows, driven by ETF flows of USD 406 million," said a Kotak Institutional Equities report.

The listed funds -- passive exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and active non-ETFs -- generally account for a large part of foreign portfolio investor (FPI) activity in India.

ETFs saw higher inflows compared with non-ETFs during the month under review. Indian market witnessed inflow worth USD 406 million and USD 280 million in ETFs and non-ETFs segments, respectively.

The report, which offers a comprehensive view on fund flows of listed funds into and other emerging markets, said that saw inflows of USD 704 million from listed foreign funds during the same period.

Allocations to and constitute more than one-third of the average Asia (excluding Japan) fund's portfolio.

"Allocation to by Asia (excluding-Japan) funds have increased to 13.9 per cent in October from 13.4 per cent in the previous month. Fund allocation to by emerging market funds remained around 11 per cent in October," the report noted.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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