Mutual Fund Tracker - Equity Inflows See Slowdown; Technology, Capital Goods In The Limelight: Motilal Oswal
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Motilal Oswal Report
The Nifty reached a fresh high of 15,916, ending June 2021 ~1% higher month-on-month at 15,722.
The rally was on the back of strong foreign institutional investor inflows, the recession of the second Covid-19 wave boosting confidence in economic recovery, and an in-line earnings season.
FIIs continued their buying streak at $1.5 billion in June-21.
Domestic institutional investors saw inflows for the fourth consecutive month at $1 billion.
Midcaps/Smallcaps outperformed largecaps by 3.7%/4.1% in June-21.
However, investors capitalised on the market rally to book profits and rebalance the portfolio as markets continued to achieve new highs, leading to moderation in domestic mutual fund net inflows.
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