According to NSDL data, foreign portfolio investors (FPI), have made a net investment of Rs 7,575 cr in India so far this September.
The net investment in the equity segment was Rs 4,385 crore. While the net investment in debt segment was Rs 3,220 crore. This includes VRR debt investments.
But, hybrid securities consisting of investments in InvITs and REITs have seen a net outflow at Rs 30 crore.
The net investment in the last year was Rs 16,556 crore.
FPIs continue to flow amid economic recovery and improved macroeconomic numbers.
Both the BSE Sensex and Nifty50 Indian equity indices reached new heights this week. On Tuesday, the BSE Sensex reached a record intraday high of 58.553.07 points, while the Nifty50 of the National Stock Exchange reached its all-time high at 17,436.50.
The Department of Economic Affairs of Finance Ministry published its Monthly Economic Review August 2021 on Thursday. It also stated that global investors are positive and optimistic about India’s economy, and are coming in to make more investments.
It stated that global investors are optimistic about India’s future growth, aided by improvements in economic indicators following the second wave.
According to the report, the ministry stated that India’s foreign currency reserves soared to record levels of $633.56 Billion on August 27, 2021.