The trend of foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) has once again turned towards the Indian stock market.
Last week, FPIs invested over Rs 7,600 crore in India on a net basis, according to depository data.
After the Hindenburg report, between February 7 and February 12, FPIs sold shares worth Rs 3,920 crore.
With the Indian market recovering from Adani's shock, the trend of FPI in the Indian stock markets has increased once again.
Let us tell you that FPI is an investment made by an individual or organization in a company of another country.
The full form of FPI is Foreign Portfolio Investment. FPIs are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).
Under FPI, the person or institution buys shares or bonds of the concerned company or provides a loan to it.
Let us tell you that in the week ending February 17, FPIs bought shares worth Rs 7,666 crore on a net basis.
According to statistics, a stable economy, strong macro data, and high growth prospects are the main reasons for this investment.
Some stock market experts believe that FPIs can once again sell at higher levels. retail investors should be careful.