Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI)

FPIs take out Rs 9,500 crore from equities in New Year

However, these investors continue to remain bullish on the Indian debt market and invested a net amount of Rs 2,353 crore during the period.

FPIs take out Rs 9,500 crore from equities in New Year

FPIs pull out $570 m from Indian equities so far in Jan

Worried by sharp devaluation in the Chinese currency and concerned over its future economic growth, foreign funds have trimmed their exposure to India and emerging markets...

Over 1,800 fresh FPI registrations in April-November

Reflecting a strong interest of overseas investors in the capital markets, over 1,800 new FPIs registered with Sebi during the first eight months of the current financial year.

Over 1,800 fresh FPI registrations in April-November

FPIs’ net inflow drops to $7.4 bn in debt markets in 2015

Overseas investors poured in just about USD 7.4 billion in the Indian debt markets in 2015, after having pumped in a staggering USD 26 billion in the preceding year.

FPIs’ net inflow drops to $7.4 bn in debt markets in 2015

Why 2015 is set to be worst year for FPI inflows into equities since 2011

A favourite of foreign investors for many years, Indian equities seem to have lost the plot this year as the net inflows of the so-called 'hot money' or foreign portfolio investments dipped below $3 billion.

Why 2015 is set to be worst year for FPI inflows into equities since 2011

FPIs take out Rs 5,500 crore from equity markets

Continuing their selling spree, foreign investors have pulled out nearly Rs 5,500 crore from stock markets since the beginning of the month on worries of an interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve.

FPIs take out Rs 5,500 crore from equity markets

FPIs remain bullish on Indian debt

As on Dec 7, FPIs have utilised 99.67% of their investment limit in G-secs

FPIs in selling mode; take out Rs 2,300 cr in a week

Foreign investors continued their selling spree and pulled out more than Rs 2,300 crore from the stock markets in the first week of this month after US Fed chair Janet Yellen hinted at a rate hike.

FPIs in selling mode; take out Rs 2,300 cr in a week

FPIs take out $1 bn from capital markets in November

Overseas investors have pulled out more than USD 1 billion from the Indian capital markets since the beginning of the month due to lacklustre quarterly earnings and concerns over a possible rate hike by the US Federal Reserve

FPIs take out $1 bn from capital markets in November

FPIs take out Rs 2,800 cr in two weeks

The sell-off came after Foreign Portfolio Investor (FPI) inflow had hit a seven-month high in October.

FPIs take out Rs 2,800 cr in two weeks

Foreign flows into India 7th highest

While foreign flows into India’s equity markets in 2015 may have been the worst in the last four years at just $4.32 billion...

Foreign flows into India 7th highest

FPIs take out Rs 4,300 cr in just 5 trading days

Foreign investors have pulled out more than Rs 4,300 crore from Indian capital markets in the past five trading sessions due to muted quarterly earnings and fears of a possible rate hike by the US Federal Reserve.

FPIs take out Rs 4,300 cr in just 5 trading days

In 6 days, FPIs pull out $548 mn from debt

A selloff of this kind was last seen in May when FPIs sold paper worth $1.46 bn in 8 days

FPIs net inflow hit 7 month high of Rs 22,350 cr in October

Foreign investors pumped in over Rs 22,350 crore (USD 3.44 billion) in the Indian capital markets in October, the highest in seven months, buoyed by RBI's rate cut and positive macroeconomic numbers.

FPIs net inflow hit 7 month high of Rs 22,350 cr in October

After two-month lull, FPIs take markets by storm

After two months of intense selling, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have turned net buyers this month, anticipating stability in global equities and better-than-expected macro-economic data from China.

After two-month lull, FPIs take markets by storm
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