India's services sector recorded 85.5 percent surge in inflows of foreign direct investments (FDI) during April - December 2015 period. This is 17 percent of the total FDI that India received during the period. The services sector contributed over 60 percent to the country's GDP.
Stock-picking fund managers are testing their investors’ patience with some of the worst investment returns in decades. With bad bets on financial shares, missed opportunities in technology stocks and too much cash on the sidelines, roughly 85 percent of active large-cap stock funds have lagged their benchmark indexes through Nov. 25 this year, according to an analysis by Lipper, a Thomson Reuters research unit. It is likely their worst comparative showing in 30 years, Lipper said.
The new programs of RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan have resulted in higher investment rate in the Indian equity markets.
According to a recent Lipper report, there have been fifteen weeks of outflows recorded for 2013.
Investcorp's Skrill sale made bankers prepare for debt investment of around GBP300 million or US$456.16 million.
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