Pumping in $33.8 bn so far this fiscal, FPIs' holding at record $592.5 bn

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have pumped in a whopping USD 33.8 billion into domestic equities and debt till February 15 this fiscal year -- the highest since FY15 when it was nearly USD 46 billion --taking their net outstanding investments to a record USD 592.5 billion, as per a report. Of the total FPI assets of USD 592.5 billion, USD 537.4 billion were in equities and USD 51.38 billion in debt, according to the data collated by Care Ratings. The maximum holding is in financial services sector at USD 191.3 billion, followed by software (USD 76.1 billion), oil & gas (USD 50 billion), automobiles & auto components (USD 26.9 billion, pharmaceuticals & biotechnology (USD 22.8 billion), sovereign (USD 21.7 billion--debt), household & personal products (USD 20.2 billion), capital goods (USD 19.8 billion), food, beverages & tobacco (USD 15.7 billion) and insurance (USD13.4 billion). These 10 sectors account for around 78 per cent of total assets under FPI ...

Pumping in $33.8 bn so far this fiscal, FPIs' holding at record $592.5 bn
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have pumped in a whopping USD 33.8 billion into domestic equities and debt till February 15 this fiscal year -- the highest since FY15 when it was nearly USD 46 billion --taking their net outstanding investments to a record USD 592.5 billion, as per a report. Of the total FPI assets of USD 592.5 billion, USD 537.4 billion were in equities and USD 51.38 billion in debt, according to the data collated by Care Ratings. The maximum holding is in financial services sector at USD 191.3 billion, followed by software (USD 76.1 billion), oil & gas (USD 50 billion), automobiles & auto components (USD 26.9 billion, pharmaceuticals & biotechnology (USD 22.8 billion), sovereign (USD 21.7 billion--debt), household & personal products (USD 20.2 billion), capital goods (USD 19.8 billion), food, beverages & tobacco (USD 15.7 billion) and insurance (USD13.4 billion). These 10 sectors account for around 78 per cent of total assets under FPI ...