Foreign investors have surged back into Indian equities this month, injecting a robust Rs 12,170 crore into the market following the latest general election results. According to National Securities Depository Ltd (NSDL) data, the total debt inflows stand at ₹10,575 crore till the third week of June. The influx is primarily motivated by optimistic forecasts of ongoing policy reforms and steady economic expansion.

FPIs had been largely on the sidelines awaiting the election outcomes. They pulled out 25,586 crore rupees from equities and

withdrew more than Rs 8,700 crore from the debt market in April. Before that, FPIs made a net investment of 35,098 crore rupees in equities in March and 1,539 crore rupees in February, while they took out Rs 25,743 crore in January. Data with the depositors showed that With the latest investment, the total outflow now stood at 11,194 crore rupees so far in 2024 till June 21.
The current resurgence underscores renewed investor confidence in India’s economic trajectory and policy stability.

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