In November, foreign investors spent Rs 36,239 crore on Indian stock markets.

Foreign portfolio investors infused funds worth Rs 36,239 crore in Indian stock markets in November . In September and October, they were net sellers amid booming US dollar index, a weak rupee, and tightening of monetary policy .

New Delhi, India, December 1: According to data from National Securities Depository, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) infused funds worth Rs 36,239 crore in Indian stock markets in the month of November and became net buyers again.In September and October, they were net sellers amid a booming US dollar index, a weak rupee, and tightening of monetary policy.On Thursday morning, Indian stock indices soared sharply higher and hit their lifetime highs for the fourth day in a row.The investors' mood was buoyant after a year of robust foreign fund inflows into Indian stocks, including the rising Rupee, and notes from the US central bank about the moderating interest hikes, according to VK Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services.

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