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Investment experts believe that people may have had stop investments due to financial pressure, but they should press the ‘pause’ button and not the ‘exit’ button

Joydeep Ghosh New Delhi
Stock market indices may have recovered from its March-lows, but investors in pure equity funds don’t seem too enthused. The June data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India shows that flows into equity schemes have fallen to a four-year low of just Rs 249 crore. Even the systematic investment plan (SIP) book fell to a dismal Rs 196 crore.

There are many reasons for this weak show. The most important: Many investors are facing a fund crunch due to layoffs or salary cuts. So, they have either resorted to reducing or entirely stopping their investments. Also, industry players

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First Published: Jul 17 2020 | 4:49 PM IST

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