This is on top of Rs 23,843 crore already being infused in the entire 2014. In comparison, Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) made a net investment of just Rs 16,674 crore during the period.
However, in the last three years, foreign funds have made an average investment of USD 20 billion (around Rs 1 lakh crore) each in the Indian stock markets.
According to the latest Sebi data, domestic mutual fund (MF) managers have invested a net Rs 70,173 crore in the equity markets in 2015. The inflows could be much higher for this year as four trading sessions are still left.
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