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FPI Investment In India – September 2023

Overall, the FPI investment data for September 2023 is mixed. However, the fact that more sectors witnessed positive growth is of course a positive sign.

Sector-wise FPI Investment Data: 

Sr. No. Sectors Equity (Rs. Crore) Growth in % Growth in Rs. Crore
Jul-23 Aug-23 Sep-23 Sep-Aug Aug-July Sep-July Sep-Aug Aug-July Sep-July
1 Automobile and Auto Components 3,45,726 3,46,220 3,56,446 2.95% 0.14% 3.1% 10,226 494 10,720
2 Capital Goods 2,03,513 2,22,460 2,24,743 1.03% 9.31% 10.4% 2,283 18,947 21,230
3 Chemicals 96,354 99,100 95,978 -3.15% 2.85% -0.4% -3,122 2,746 -376
4 Construction 1,07,868 1,10,354 1,19,216 8.03% 2.30% 10.5% 8,862 2,486 11,348
5 Construction Materials 94,048 93,610 94,657 1.12% -0.47% 0.6% 1,047 -438 609
6 Consumer Durables 1,82,978 1,88,072 1,86,907 -0.62% 2.78% 2.1% -1,165 5,094 3,929
7 Consumer Services 1,34,850 1,45,467 1,50,100 3.18% 7.87% 11.3% 4,633 10,617 15,250
8 Diversified 3,318 3,692 3,853 4.36% 11.27% 16.1% 161 374 535
9 Fast Moving Consumer Goods 3,87,151 3,76,836 3,78,489 0.44% -2.66% -2.2% 1,653 -10,315 -8,662
10 Financial Services 17,71,057 17,53,402 17,74,155 1.18% -1.00% 0.2% 20,753 -17,655 3,098
11 Forest Materials 2,082 2,247 2,607 16.02% 7.93% 25.2% 360 165 525
12 Healthcare 2,89,657 2,90,022 2,96,757 2.32% 0.13% 2.5% 6,735 365 7,100
13 Information Technology 4,97,985 5,20,205 5,33,829 2.62% 4.46% 7.2% 13,624 22,220 35,844
14 Media, Entertainment & Publication 18,973 21,230 20,687 -2.56% 11.90% 9.0% -543 2,257 1,714
15 Metals & Mining 1,68,563 1,59,358 1,59,296 -0.04% -5.46% -5.5% -62 -9,205 -9,267
16 Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels 4,96,204 4,68,400 4,61,509 -1.47% -5.60% -7.0% -6,891 -27,804 -34,695
17 Power 1,80,594 1,87,379 1,95,336 4.25% 3.76% 8.2% 7,957 6,785 14,742
18 Realty 77,502 76,449 80,489 5.28% -1.36% 3.9% 4,040 -1,053 2,987
19 Services 94,562 95,095 91,973 -3.28% 0.56% -2.7% -3,122 533 -2,589
20 Telecommunication 1,40,026 1,35,343 1,45,857 7.77% -3.34% 4.2% 10,514 -4,683 5,831
21 Textiles 17,388 19,278 18,652 -3.25% 10.87% 7.3% -626 1,890 1,264
22 Utilities 914 859 886 3.14% -6.02% -3.1% 27 -55 -28
23 Sovereign 0 0 0 0
24 Others 12,975 13,272 16,233 22.31% 2.29% 25.1% 2,961 297 3,258
Source – NSDL website  

The overall growth in FPI investment in India in the month of September 2023 was 1.6%, or Rs 84,366 crore. 

The FPI investment data for the month of September 2023 shows that the following sectors have witnessed positive growth (September-August) in terms of investment

  • Forest Materials: 16.02% (Rs 360 crore)
  • Realty: 5.28% (Rs 4,040 crore)
  • Information Technology: 2.62% (Rs 13,624 crore)
  • Construction: 8.03% (Rs 8,862 crore)
  • Telecommunication: 7.77% (Rs 10,514 crore)

The following sectors have witnessed negative growth (Sep-Aug) in terms of investment: 

  • Services: -3.28% (Rs -3,122 crore)
  • Textiles: -3.25% (Rs -626 crore)
  • Chemicals: -3.15% (Rs -3122 crore)
  • Metals & Mining: -1.00% (Rs 1,653 crore)
  • Oil, Gas & Consumables: -1.47% (Rs 6,891 crore)

It is important to note that this is just a past three-month snapshot of FPI investment data. FPI flows can be volatile and can vary from month to month. However, the overall trend of growth in FPI investment in India is positive. 

Some important findings: 

  • The fastest-growing sector in terms of FPI investment in September 2023 was Forest Materials, with an increase of 16.02%. This sector has been benefiting from rising demand for timber and other wood products from both domestic and international markets. 
  • The other sectors that witnessed strong growth in FPI investment in September 2023 were Realty, Consumer Durables, Information Technology, and Telecommunication. These sectors are all benefiting from the strong economic growth in India and the rising disposable incomes of Indian consumers. 
  • The sectors that witnessed negative growth in FPI investment in September 2023 were Oil, Gas and consumable Fuels, Financial Services, Chemicals, Metals & Mining, and Construction Materials. These sectors are all facing various challenges, such as high commodity prices, rising interest rates, and global economic uncertainty. 

Overall, the FPI investment data for September 2023 is mixed. However, the fact that more sectors witnessed positive growth is of course a positive sign. This suggests that foreign investors are still optimistic about the long-term growth prospects of the Indian economy. 

Disclaimer: This blog has been written exclusively for educational purposes. The securities mentioned are only examples and not recommendations. It is based on several secondary sources on the internet and is subject to changes. Please consult an expert before making related decisions.  
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