Foreign investors remained net buyers in the Indian capital market for the third straight month in November this year, putting in 22,872 crore rupees on a net basis. Analysts said expectations of a trade deal between the US and China, and more relief measures, as well as disinvestment drive by the government among other factors, helped keep FPIs stuck on the capital markets.
A net sum of 25,230 crore rupees was flowed into equities by FPIs in November. However, they pulled out around 2,358 crore rupees from the debt segment, translating into a total investment around 22,872 crore rupees by FPIs in November. FPIs had invested around 16,038 crore rupees in October and around 6,558 crore rupees in September this year.