Investment via participatory notes declines to Rs 86,706 crore in May

FPIs will reverse selling stance in one/two quarters, return to India's equities: Experts

Over the past three months, FMCG stocks have cornered the highest FPI flows at $1.7 billion, according to an analysis by IIFL Alternative Research.

This was the eighth consecutive month of net pull-out by FPIs from equities.

New Delhi
Investment in the Indian capital markets through participatory notes (P-notes) dropped to Rs 86,706 crore until end-May from the preceding month, while experts say foreign investors will reverse their selling

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