In the first week of June, foreign investors have invested considerable amount in the Indian stock market. Due to increasing cash in the global market, foreign investors are investing money in emerging markets, so there is an increase in foreign investment in the Indian market.
Actually, Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) have invested Rs 20,574 crore in the Indian capital market from 1 to 12 June. According to the data, during this period FPI made a net investment of Rs 22,840 crore in the stock market of India. However, in the same period, he made a net sale of Rs 2,266 crore in the debt market. In this way, foreign investors made a total investment of Rs 20,574 crore. Earlier, foreign investors were selling in the middle of the Corona crisis. In March, April and May, foreign investors withdrew capital by selling in the Indian market. Foreign investors made net sales of Rs 1.1 lakh crore in March, Rs 15,403 crore in April and Rs 7,366 crore in May.
Significantly, due to the Corona crisis, the investors of the Indian stock market have suffered a major setback. The market is still more than 20 percent below its highest level. However, with a self-sufficient package of 20 lakh crores, the market has returned a bit bright. Which has increased confidence in foreign investors.