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Which categories of debt mutual funds received the highest inflows or outflows in FY24? Here comes the break – Market Shift

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Market change
In FY24, debt mutual funds saw a total outflow of Rs 23,097.48 crore, with the highest being Rs 1.98 lakh crore in March. In FY23, the funds saw a total outflow of Rs 1.83 lakh crore.

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Money market funds
Money market funds saw a total inflow of Rs 29,859.01 crore in FY24. In FY23, the category saw an outflow of Rs 12,669 crore.

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Corporate bond funds
In FY24, the category witnessed a total inflow of Rs 5,758.12 crore. In FY23, the total outflows stood at Rs 3,446.38 crore.

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Gilt funds and long duration funds

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Gilt funds and long duration funds

In FY24, golden and long duration funds witnessed a total inflow of Rs 3,729.08 crore and Rs 2,996 crore, respectively.

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Medium to long duration funds

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Medium to long duration funds

In FY24, the category witnessed a total inflow of Rs 798.50 crore. In FY23, total outflows stood at Rs 1,468 crore.

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Gilt Fund with a constant duration of 10 years and a short duration fund

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Gilt Fund with a constant duration of 10 years and a short duration fund

In FY24, Gilt Fund with 10-year constant duration and long duration funds witnessed a total inflow of Rs 621.11 crore and Rs 427.33 crore, respectively.

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Dynamic bond fund
The fund witnessed a total outflow of Rs 145 crore in FY24 as against an inflow of Rs 2,911 crore in FY23.

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Liquid funds and ultra-short sensitivity funds

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Liquid funds and ultra-short sensitivity funds

In FY24, these two categories saw an outflow of Rs 1,370 crore and Rs 2,162 crore, respectively.

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Three categories with outflows of Rs 3,000 crore

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Three categories with outflows of Rs 3,000 crore

Three categories – Medium Duration Funds, Credit Risk Funds, Low Duration Funds – witnessed an outflow of Rs 3,091 crore, Rs 3,468 crore and Rs 3,557 crore, respectively.

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Bank Fund and PSU and Floating Fund

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Bank Fund and PSU and Floating Fund

In FY24, these two categories saw outflows of Rs 5,601.86 crore and Rs 6,685.37 crore, respectively.

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Night fund
Overnight funds witnessed the highest outflow of Rs 41,204 crore in FY24, compared to an outflow of Rs 14,395 crore in FY23.

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