The sound of India’s development is being heard abroad also. Investors from many countries are investing in the Indian Stock Market. Japanese investors are leaving Japan and trusting India. He believes that India is the next China, which is developing rapidly. Bloomberg presented a report in this regard, according to which the total assets of Japanese Investment Trust related to Indian stocks increased by 11 percent, after which their assets became Rs 13.41 thousand crore.
Last month, Japanese investors got a return of about 14 thousand crore yen i.e. Rs 7920.04 crore by investing in funds related to Indian shares. Whereas funds related to Japanese stocks recorded negligible inflows. Therefore, Japanese investors are turning to the Indian stock market.
Japanese investors are showing interest in which stock?
Indian investors are showing great interest not in any particular stock of India but in the whole of India. Among other emerging countries, they are giving more importance to India. Tax free investment accounts started this year are also the reason behind this.
Daiju, CEO of Japan’s UBS Sumi Trust Wealth Management Company, believes that in view of India’s economic growth, the attraction of Japanese investors in the Indian stock market has increased. Japanese investors do not want to invest money in the shares of a particular company, but His interest is visible for the whole of India.
Investment is falling rapidly in China
In the emerging countries of the world, the confidence of Japanese retail investors in India is increasing in terms of investment. At the same time, investment in China’s stock market is falling. Even though India’s Nifty 50 index remained almost flat in rupee terms last month, it went up by 4.2 percent due to the fall of the Japanese currency Yen.
On the basis of population also this environment is in favor of India. According to a United Nations report, India’s population may increase by 17 percent by the year 2050, but China’s population is expected to decline by 7.9 percent.