Mutual Fund Tracker - Equities See Seven Consecutive Months Of Outflows; Capital Goods In The Limelight: Motilal Oswal
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Mutual Fund Tracker - Equities See Seven Consecutive Months Of Outflows; Capital Goods In The Limelight: Motilal Oswal

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Motilal Oswal Report

The Nifty ended its three-month winning streak at 2.5% (or 347 points lower) at 13,635 in January 2021.

The month was characterised by extreme volatility, with the benchmark oscillating in a wide range (approximately 1,150 points) and pulling back significantly from record highs.

Much of the market anxiety is attributable to the caution ahead of the Union Budget.

Foreign institutional investors inflows were robust at $2 billion. Domestic flows remain negative (at $1.6 billion).

Equity assets under management (including equity linked savings scheme and index funds) of domestic mutual funds decreased 2.3% month-on-month to Rs 9.3 trillion in January 2021.

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