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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Foreign investors have pumped in a staggering over Rs 19,000 crore in the Indian capital markets in October so far -- the highest level in six months -- buoyed by RBI's rate cut and positive macro numbers.
After pulling out hefty funds from the capital market over past two months, foreign investors have turned net buyers in October so far and pumped in close to Rs 17,000 crore, buoyed by RBI's rate cut and positive macroeconomi
After pulling out hefty funds from the capital market over the past two months, overseas investors have turned net buyers in October so far and pumped in over Rs 2,000 crore, buoyed by RBI's 50-bps rate cut and an expected de
With the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) increasing the foreign portfolio investment (FPI) limit in government securities and also allowing foreign investment into state development loans (SDLs) in a phased manner, FPI inflows in