Foreign Institution investors (FIIs) have consistently reduced their holdings in the Indian equity market in the last 6 months. This selling started in October 2021 when the markets were at their peak.
The expectation of a hike in interest rate by the Fed due to inflation in the US, and rising valuations in the Indian market led to the sell-off.
Apart from this, oil prices and other commodity prices are at their peak due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Which can reduce corporate earnings because the commodity is used as a raw material in many sectors.
In the last 6 months, both Nifty and Sensex have fallen more than 9%.
DIIs have pumped 1.42 lakh crores into Indian equity in the last 6 months. FIIs recorded a sell-off of 18615 crores in a few days of March 2022 start, but DIIs supported the market by investing 12600 crores.
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