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The data released by AMFI shows that Mutual Fund industry‘s Avg. AUM decreased by 0.83% to Rs.38.56 Lakh Crs in February 2022 with net inflow of Rs.31.53K Crs., despite witnessing significant outflows from FIIs due to high global inflationary environment and Russia-Ukraine tension. Domestic investors continue to support the market by investing in Indian equities.

The Equity mutual funds saw a net inflow of Rs.19.70K Crs. in February; and as per SEBI data, Mutual fund industry bought Rs.28.18K Crs. in Indian market which indicates that domestic investors took advantage of the market correction amid foreign institutional investors’ sell-off.

The Debt mutual funds saw net outflows of Rs.8.27K Crs due to uncertainty in the rate movement.

There were positive flows across Equity oriented scheme categories. Flexi Cap Funds continues to lead the inflow pack. Large cap fund inflow also increased to Rs.2.34K Crs. up from Rs.1.89K Crs the previous month.

The SIP contribution fell marginally lower to Rs.11.44K Crs. from Rs.11.52K Crs. in January.

For all these snippets and much more please read through our Mutual Fund Flow Feb-2022 report.