AMFI CEO says Debt Inflow May Continue to be Weak
Feb 22 2019
News Category: Industry Update
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According to media reports, Association of Mutual Funds in India’s (AMFI) CEO said that debt fund inflow may continue to witness a slowdown for Feb 2019. Investors are hesitant and are staying on the sidelines following the Infrastrucure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) default. However, systematic investment plans have stayed strong despite the market volatility.

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