[Ed. Note: Wonder where the QE money all goes? Well, $4 BILLION of it went to India in May alone. Catherine Austin-Fitts dissects the Bernank’s QE fiat flow… here.]
from The BRICS Post:
Foreign investment pumped in more than $4 billion in the Indian stock market in May, the highest level in three months.
The staggering inflow in May comes after a 16-month low in April.
With this, the total foreign investor investment in the country’s equity market has reached $15.35 billion since the beginning of 2013.
This data was released by India’s market regulator SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India)
According to market experts, foreign investors are pouring money into Indian stock market due to global liquidity.
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