Overseas investors remained net buyers in the domestic capital markets with an investment of over 12,000 crore rupees in November so far as market sentiments improved following economic reforms by the government.
The latest depositories data showed that Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI) infused around 6,434 crore rupees in equities and 5,674 crore rupees in debt segment between first to ninth of this month.

This took the total net investment in the domestic markets (both equity and debt) to around 12,108 crore rupees.

The latest inflows come after two consecutive months of foreign investments. In October, FPIs invested around 16,465 crore rupees while in September they had put in 6,558 crore rupees.

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