scorecardresearchLong-term overseas funds stay invested in Indian stocks despite broader sell-offs

Long-term overseas funds stay invested in Indian stocks despite broader sell-offs

Updated: 18 Jul 2022, 10:18 AM IST
TL;DR.
A higher share of sticky funds is mainly driven by sovereign wealth funds and government-owned entities as they selectively participate in primary market offerings
An increasing share of long term funds will augur well for the health of Indian equities as they will lower redemption pressures 

An increasing share of long term funds will augur well for the health of Indian equities as they will lower redemption pressures