FPI net inflows hit 15-mth high of Rs 17,220 crore in February
Updated : March 04, 2019 07:32 AM IST
Foreign investors have poured in close to Rs 17,220 crore on a net basis into Indian equities in February this year.
It is the highest since November 2017, amid clarity on government spending plans and positive sentiments.
FPIs pumped in Rs 1,17,899.79 crore into equities and pulled out Rs 1,00,680.17 crore in February, a net investment of Rs 11,183 crore into the stock market.
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