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In June, net inflow for the Mutual Fund industry was at Rs 15,320 crore as against net outflow of Rs 38,602 crore in May. Scheme wise, the flows were as follows:
• Income/Debt Oriented Schemes: Net outflow in June is Rs 7,595 crore versus outflow of Rs 63,453 crore in May.
• Growth/Equity Oriented Schemes: Net inflow in June is Rs 4,609 crore versus inflow of Rs 9,235 crore in May.
• Hybrid Schemes: Net inflow in June is Rs 12,361crore versus inflow of Rs 6,217 crore in May.
Equity Investments by Mutual Funds and Foreign Institutional Investors-
Mutual Funds were net equity buyers to an amount of Rs 6,437 crore in June as against net buyers of Rs 105.45 crore in May.
FIIs were net equity buyer for an amount of Rs 10,932 crore as against net seller of Rs 5,360 crore in May.
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