FPI fund flow into markets may slow down in near term
After two months of stocking up Indian equities, foreign portfolio investors turned net sellers, wary of US’s war on inflation and tempted by cheaper Chinese stocks
After two months of stocking up Indian equities, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) turned net sellers in December, wary of America’s war on inflation, tempted by cheaper Chinese stocks, and booking profits as usual at the year’s end.
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