Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) were net buyers in Indian share market in the January-March quarter to the tune of $7.3 billion, increasing stakes in a majority of Nifty 50 and Nifty 500 companies.
If the US Treasury yields continue to rise, inflation continues to climb, and an improving economy pushes central banks to change policy stance, then it may lead to massive foreign fund outflows, forcing India’s share marke
According to BofA Securities, FIIs have increased their overweight position in financials, IT, and discretionary sector while maintaining their underweight position in materials, healthcare, utilities, telecom, staples, and i
YES Bank shares hit their new all-time high in Thursday's trade after the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs on Wednesday approved YES Bank's proposal to increase foreign investment limit in the bank to 74 per cent
Foreign institutional investors have reduced their holdings in 19 blue chip firms that are part of the 30-share benchmark Sensex during July-September quarter as they recast their portfolio on account of several domestic and