Foreign funds flock to Indian markets with over $30 billion inflows in 2017

Foreign investors are flocking to the Indian capital markets in a big
way with a net inflow of more than Rs 2 lakh crore
of so-called 'hot money' in 2017, with equities alone getting over USD 8
billion - an amount bigger than the cumulative investment of the
previous two years.

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