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Goldman Sachs cuts 2022 FPI flow projection to India by over 80% to $5 bn

Equity inflows over the last three years from 2019-2021, according to a note by BofA Securities, totaled over $40 billion, out of which nearly $14 billion has left in the first quarter of 2022

FPIs or foreign portfolio investors may have started responding to the second wave by cutting back on their India exposure
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Puneet Wadhwa New Delhi
Foreign portfolio investor (FPI) flows into India may remain tepid in 2022, said a recent note by Goldman Sachs, who now peg the foreign portfolio investment into India at $5 billion in 2022, down from their earlier forecast of $30 billion with risks skewed to the downside.

“There has been $15 billion of equity outflows YTD in India already, and the IPO of the largest insurance company has been pushed out. Additionally, with no mention of India’s inclusion in global bond indices in the Union Budget, there are risks to our already conservative base case assumption of an announcement of

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First Published: Mar 30 2022 | 4:13 PM IST

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