FPI transfers net buyers on stock market in first week of October by transmitting ₹2,440 cr

The first week of October saw more money entering the stock market from foreign portfolio investors (FPI). Despite the volatility in the stock market due to global difficulties, FPI pumped in about 2,440 crore here so far in October. So far, buying demand is better than the debt market as earlier this month recorded an outflow afterwards.

According to the NSDL data, the total 2,440 crore was pumped by FPIs domestic share for the period from 3rd to 7th October, expansion of the debt market recorded cash flow 2,948 crore. On the other hand, debt-VRR sees a cash flow 459 crore while hybrid devices record marginal flow 89 crore.

In September 2022, FPIs paused their buying sequence for two consecutive months and pulled out 7,624 crore as inflationary pressures intensify and recession fears escalate in major economies amid tightening monetary policy.

August is the biggest shopping month so far in 2022, with cash flow 51,204 crore on the stock market followed by July, where 4,989 crore was invested.

So far in October, FPI has eliminated 138 crore in the overall Indian market (equity, debt, debt-VRR and hybrid) as shares minimize the speed of capital outflow.

From the beginning of the year until now, FPI has deleted about 1,66,349 crore from shares only. When considering other instruments, the Indian market as a whole has seen the flow 1,72,891 crore so far in the current year.

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