New Delhi: Investments through participatory notes in domestic capital market rose to ₹78,110 crore at the end of March, amid positive market sentiments.
Participatory notes (P-notes) are issued by registered foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) to overseas investors who wish to be a part of the Indian stock market without registering themselves directly after going through a due diligence process.
As per the latest Sebi data, the total value of P-note investments in Indian markets -- equity, debt, and derivatives -- stood at ₹78,110 crore till March-end.
At the end of February, the same was at ₹73,428 crore.
"The increase in P-notes investment is in line with the higher net inflows of FPIs in the cash segment, which increased from ₹13,500 crore in February to ₹32,000 crore in March," Vinod Nair, head of research at Geojit Financial Services, said.
Of the total P-note investments made till March-end, ₹56,288 crore was in equities, ₹20,999 crore in debt and ₹119 crore in derivatives markets.
"An increase in the India equity exposure is motivated by risk-on strategy adopted in emerging markets, as global bond yield reduced and increased liquidity supported by central banks due to slowdown in world economy," Nair said.
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