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FPIs infuse Rs 17,985 cr in June amid increasing liquidity, risk appetite

According to the latest depositories data, a net sum of Rs 20,527 crore was pumped into equities by FPIs between June 1-19, while they withdrew a net Rs 2,569 crore from the debt segment

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Household and personal products, oil and gas and telecom stocks have attracted most of FPIs'' attention over the past month, he added.

Press Trust of India New Delhi
Foreign portfolio investors (FPI) have infused a net Rs 17,985 crore into the Indian capital markets in June so far amid increasing liquidity and higher risk appetite.
 
According to the latest depositories data, a net sum of Rs 20,527 crore was pumped into equities by FPIs between June 1-19, while they withdrew a net Rs 2,569 crore from the debt segment.

This took the total net investment to Rs 17,985 crore.

Prior to this, overseas investors remained net sellers for three consecutive months. They pulled out a net Rs 7,366 crore in May, Rs 15,403 crore in April and a

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First Published: Jun 21 2020 | 5:15 PM IST

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