Continuing their bullish stance on Indian debt market, foreign investors pumped in over 18,500 crore rupees into the Indian debt market so far in February. But Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs)  pulled out 424 crore rupees from the Indian equity market during the same period under review.

The investment in debt market comes following a net investment

of over 19,836 crore rupees in January, making it the highest monthly inflow in more than six years. This was the highest inflow since June 2017, when they infused Rs 25,685 crore FPIs infused 18,302 crore rupees in the debt market in December, 14,860 crore rupees in November, and 6,381 crore rupees in October.

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