Foreign investors withdraw from the Indian market for the fifth consecutive month, so far this month has withdrawn Rs 18856 crore

This is the fifth consecutive month that foreign funds have withdrawn from the Indian markets. FPIs have withdrawn Rs 48646 crore so far this year.

In January, foreign investors had withdrawn Rs 33303 crore from the Indian stock market.

Between rising global tensions and rising inflation foreign investors ,Foreign Investors) are making frequent withdrawals from the Indian market. foreign portfolio investors ,Foreign Portfolio Investors) has so far withdrawn Rs 18,856 crore from the Indian markets in the month of February. geopolitical tensions and US central bank ,US federal reserveFPI outflows have increased amid the possibility of a hike in interest rates. According to depository data, during February 1 to 18, FPIs withdrew Rs 15,342 crore from equities and Rs 3,629 crore from the bond market. During this, he has invested Rs 115 crore in hybrid mediums.

His net withdrawal in February has been Rs 18,856 crore. This is the fifth consecutive month that foreign funds have withdrawn from the Indian markets. FPIs have withdrawn Rs 48646 crore so far this year. According to NSDL data, in January, foreign investors made a huge withdrawal of 33303 crores from the Indian stock market.

Market eye on Federal Reserve

Himanshu Srivastava, Associate Director-Manager Research, Morningstar India, said, “FPIs have been exiting Indian stocks in recent times amid geopolitical tensions and the possibility of a hike in interest rates by the Federal Reserve. Their selling has also intensified after the US central bank indicated a hike in interest rates.

Investors attracted towards bonds and gold

Shrikant Chauhan, Head of Equity Research (Retail), Kotak Securities said rising tensions between the US and Russia over Ukraine have turned investors towards safer investment options like bonds and gold. He said that in the last one year, FPIs have pulled out about $ 8 billion from Indian stocks. This is the highest figure since 2009.

If the Federal Reserve increases interest, then the selling will increase.

Selling by FPIs increased after the US Federal Reserve signaled to give up the soft monetary stance. Bond yields have risen globally after the US central bank signaled a hike in interest rates. “Inflation in the US has reached a 40-year high. In such a situation, the US central bank can increase interest rates aggressively in the coming months. This may further increase the outflow of foreign funds from Indian stocks. Inflation in England broke the record of 30 years.

stock market performance this week

Sensex (Senex) of the top 10 companies of market cap ,Market Cap) increased by Rs 85,712.56 crore last week. Tata Consultancy Services among the biggest gainers (TCS) doing. The market capitalization of TCS rose by Rs 36,694.59 crore to Rs 14,03,716.02 crore in the week under review. Reliance Industries (Reliance Industries) stood at Rs 16,39,872.16 crore with a jump of Rs 32,014.47 crore. The market position of Hindustan Unilever (HUL) increased by Rs 12,781.78 crore to Rs 5,43,225.5 crore.

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