Household savings coming into stock market is a trust we must protect, says FM

Sitharaman 2


Story continues below Advertisement

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on May 14 underscored the rapidly evolving dynamic of household savings, and said families are actively opening demat accounts believing in the Indian stock market.

Speaking at the Viksit Bharat 2047 event at BSE, Mumbai, FM Sitharaman said households savings is finding way into equities, that shows the trust in the market. “Middle class families realise that even if it is risk laden, there are better returns,” thus showing willingness to investing in stocks and share, FM added.

Story continues below Advertisement

REITS and InvITs, the Finance Minister added are also two fantastic instruments introduced by the Indian Financial market. “Today, sovereign funds are happy to come and invest in them because they see them as a very powerful instrument transfer instrument through which they are able to invest and earn money, ” she noted adding that the growth which we have seen in the last 5 years – the combined NAV surging from Rs 10,000 crores around 5 years ago to Rs 2.5 lakh crores today. The bond markets, debt markets have also come along with the corporate bond market size that is outstanding amounts growing by about 30 percent in the last 3 years, Sitharaman added.

So they may not be actually any fluctuation despite the win-seek and FPI movements. Indian owned savings which are coming from small retail investors is providing the shock observer Sitharaman said. “This persistent flow of domestic surge savings towards the stock market has actually played one very important role. They have become now the counterbalancing force when FPI’s come and go.”

“We must guard and build from strength to strength the trust that Indians are showing in the stock market”, FM added.

Story continues below Advertisement

Disclaimer: The views and investment tips expressed by investment experts on Moneycontrol.com are their own and not those of the website or its management. Moneycontrol.com advises users to check with certified experts before taking any investment decisions.



This article was originally published by a www.moneycontrol.com

Read it HERE

Share

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *