Mutual Fund Report For March: IDBI Capital
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Mutual Fund Report For March: IDBI Capital


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IDBI Capital Report

Assets under management of the mutual fund industry decreased by 0.67% month-on-month (Rs 21,350 crore) to Rs 31.42 lakh crore in March 2021.

AUM of income/debt funds decreased by 3.12% MoM and 5.1% QoQ basis; this category witnessed net outflow of Rs 51,571 crore in March 2021.

AUM of equity oriented schemes increased by 1.47% MoM (Rs 14,478 crore) to Rs 10.01 lakh crore in March 2021.

AUM of hybrid schemes increased by 1.4% (Rs 4,742 crore) to Rs 3.43 lakh crore in March 2021.

AUM of Gold ETF increased by 0.15% MoM; further its registered net inflow of Rs 662 crore.

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IDBI Capital Mutual Fund Holding Report_Mar 2021.pdf


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