Foreign exodus from India stocks threatens to reduce key support

Foreign institutional investors have been net sellers every month since September, dumping $7.9 billion worth of local shares since

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Indian stocks are facing the longest run of foreign outflows in five years, an exodus that’s stalling the market’s steady surge from pandemic lows in March 2020.

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First Published: Jan 28 2022 | 12:41 PM IST

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