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After a muted first half of 2022, global investors turned net buyers of Indian stocks in July as its equity markets provide respite from widespread economic gloom. (Source photos by AFP/Jiji and screenshot from BSE's website) 
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India stocks and bonds lure in foreign investors

Growing expectation of inclusion in benchmark global index

SAYAN CHAKRABORTY, Nikkei staff writer | India

BENGALURU -- Foreign investors have India in their sights as its equity markets provide respite from widespread economic gloom while its bonds are expected soon to be added to a benchmark global index.

After a muted first half of the year, global investors turned net buyers of Indian stocks in July. Since then net foreign investment in Indian equities has reached 657 billion rupees ($8.3 billion), compared with net outflows of 2.17 trillion rupees (approximately $27.5 billion) between January and June.

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