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FIIs Rush In, Retail Sits Out - K.V. Kamath

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K. V. Kamath says, "Capital outflows could occur in one to two years, as QE unwinds," adding that global quantitative easing (QE) withdrawal is expected soon. India needs to get its house in order before the global QE rollback, he says. While Europe remains a slow growth are, Kamath sees the US and Far-East Asia, especially Japan, doing well with their equity market performances reflecting an upturn. If the interconnected world does well, so would India, he adds.