1. Nifty FII and DFI ownership improved over March quarter

Nifty FII and DFI ownership improved over March quarter

The Nifty FII and DFI ownership has improved over the past quarter, according to a report by Nomura. FII holdings have increased to 24.7% for the March 2017 quarter compared with 24% in the past quarter, and increased from 24.5% a year ago.

By: | Mumbai | Published: June 16, 2017 4:16 AM
Nifty FII, DFI ownership, HDFC, Kotak Mahindra Bank, DFI, Nifty MIDCAP FII holdings increased to 14.1% in the March 2017 quarter compared with 13.9% in the past quarter, and decreased from 14.2% a year ago. DFI holdings increased to 8.1% from 7.9% in the past quarter and increased from 7.8% a year ago. (Reuters)

The Nifty FII and DFI ownership has improved over the past quarter, according to a report by Nomura. FII holdings have increased to 24.7% for the March 2017 quarter compared with 24% in the past quarter, and increased from 24.5% a year ago. Domestic financial institution (DFI) holdings increased marginally to 11.9% against 11.8% in the past quarter and rose from 11.3% a year ago. Among the Nifty top-five stocks, FII holdings increased in the March 2017 quarter vs the December 2016 quarter for: Bharti Infra to 34.3% from 24.9%, Yes Bank to 46.7% from 42.0%, Kotak Mahindra Bank to 39.7% from 36.8%, Indiabulls House to 62.8% from 60.1%, and HDFC Bank to 34.4% from 32.0%. The top five stocks where FII holdings decreased were: Dr Reddy’s Labs to 32.4% from 36.3%, Aurobindo Pharma to 21% from 24.1%, ICICI Bank to 35.7% from 37.8%, Lupin to 31.9% from 33.3% and Hero MotoCorp to 42.7% from 44.1%.

The top five stocks in which DFI holdings increased in the March 2017 quarter vs the December 2016 quarter were: ITC to 26.6% from 24.4%, Dr Reddy’s Labs to 10.3% from 8%, ICICI Bank to 30.2% from 28.1%, Hindalco Inds to 17.7% from 15.8%, and Aurobindo Pharma to 12.4% from 10.7%. The top five stocks in which DFI holdings decreased were: Tech Mahindra to 12.7% from 14.76%, Axis Bank to 8.3% from 10.4%, Ambuja Cement to 8.7% from 10.6%, HDFC Bank to 10.5% from 12.05% and HDFC to 9.2% from 10.7%.

FII holdings increased to 14.1% in the March 2017 quarter compared with 13.9% in the past quarter, and decreased from 14.2% a year ago. DFI holdings increased to 8.1% from 7.9% in the past quarter and increased from 7.8% a year ago.

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Within the Nifty MIDCAP, the top-five stocks in which FII holdings increased in the March 2017 quarter compared with the December 2016 quarter were: Vakrangee to 22.4% from 16.9%, Adani Power to 22.1% from 17.3%, RECL to 21.3% from 17.6%, Apollo Hospitals to 46.9% from 43.2% and Bharat Electronics to 6.7% from 4.3%. The top five stocks in which FII holdings decreased were: Ramco Cement to 14.5% from 21.4%, Karur Vysya Bank to 20.1% from 24.4%, CEAT to 23.9% from 27.4%, Jubilant Life to 20.7% from 23.4% and Jindal Steel to 15.2% from 17.6%.

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