More than $2.5 billion in foreign institutional investment flowed into India's stock market in October for the second straight month of net inflows. "Since September 2013, markets have been witnessing buoyant FII inflows, not merely on the back of continued global liquidity as the U.S. Fed appears to have postponed withdrawal of its monetary stimulus for now, but also on account of our receding external risks," according to one market analyst.

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