The long term funds accounted for Rs 9.1 lakh crore or 22.7% of the total FPI AUM in February, according to the NSDL data.

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The value of the total FPI’s equity AUM was Rs 40 lakh crore at the end of February, accounting for nearly one-fifth of India’s market capitalization.

ET Intelligence Group: Indian equities received disproportionate inflows among the emerging markets in the 12 months to February. This has raised concerns over the possibility of flight of money amid rising stock market volatility. However, the gradual increase in the share of long term foreign investors in the total assets under management (AUM) of the foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) may offer some solace. The long term funds accounted for

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