NEW DELHI – India is on the verge of receiving a substantial influx of foreign investments, estimated at around $100 billion, as it secures a spot in global bond indices. This development is expected to draw significant attention from institutional investors, including sovereign wealth funds and pension funds, looking to diversify their portfolios.
The inclusion of India in these indices is a nod to the country’s credible monetary and fiscal policies, as well as recent economic enhancements and policy reforms. These factors have collectively elevated India’s position in the eyes of global investors, making it a compelling investment destination.
With the stock market valuation arriving at the $4 trillion mark, India’s economic landscape is bolstered by a robust presence of foreign portfolio investment. This growing confidence in the Indian market is partly due to its strategic positioning as an alternative to other markets, notably China, which has faced various challenges.
HSBC Mutual Fund and HSBC Asset Management are among the financial institutions that have expressed optimism about the potential for capital inflows following India’s inclusion in global bond indices.
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