Is the great FII sell-off a cause for concern?
It is reasonable to assume that US interest rates and the cost of dollar funds will continue to move up in the foreseeable future
Foreign institutional investors have sold stocks and bonds worth over $4 billion so far this year in Indian markets, the most since the global financial crisis year of 2008. As there is no crisis-like situation in global financial markets, and the global economy is witnessing a synchronized recovery, why are foreign investors selling Indian financial assets? And should this have policymakers worried?
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