Poll jitters: Foreigners most short since 2012, FPIs pull out $4 billion in this quarter


Foreign buyers are the most pessimistic in over a decade on Indian shares amid hypothesis over BJP profitable fewer seats in the continued nationwide elections than beforehand estimated. Net short positions – measured because the distinction between the variety of index futures contracts on which world funds are lengthy to these on which they maintain a short place – surged to 213,224 contracts, information compiled by Bloomberg confirmed.The hole is the widest since information going again to 2012.
The bearish positions in the derivatives market have come at a time when abroad buyers have pulled out about $4 billion from native shares since early April.

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