FPIs pull out so far Rs 5,689 cr from Indian equities in July

As the macro environment improves and domestic economy starts treading on the recovery path, FPI flows can be expected to rebound.

FPIs pull out Rs 2,249 cr from Indian equities in July so far

Srivastava added that interim profit booking cannot be ruled out given high valuations, while dollar movement could also have an impact on the flows going ahead.

FPIs turn net buyers in June; invest Rs 12,714 crore in Indian markets

India can witness 'V'-shaped growth revival amid forecast of a normal monsoon, supportive monetary policy, a deleverage balance sheet of corporate sector and a well-capitalised banking system, he added.

FPIs invest Rs 13,424 crore in Indian markets in June so far

For the inflows in June, VK Vijayakumar, chief investment strategist at Geojit Financial Services, added that it appears from fourth quarter corporate figures that a cyclical recovery in Indian economy is imminent post the pr

FIIs raise stake in two-thirds of Nifty 50 stocks in Jan-Mar; DIIs sell in 62% firms

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.

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Rupee may fall up to 75.20 against US dollar; FIIs sell-off, COVID, slow vaccination may impact INR

Historically, we have seen that May remains a depreciating month for the rupee in over the last decade; where the Rupee has depreciated 9 out of 10 times in the month of May

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Yes Bank share price under pressure as Axis Bank, FPIs cut stake, Q4 results disappoint; falls 7.6% in Apr

Yes Bank share price is under severe pressure, after heavyweight investors cut stake in the previous quarter, and the company posted disappointing fiscal fourth quarter results

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After March rout and April recovery in share market, why FPIs turned net buyers in May first week | INTERVIEW

Continue with SIP in your mutual funds but be prepared for more volatility as social media and global lockdown will see more scare even though the ground reality is seeing much improvement

FPIs have sold over $14 billion worth of Indian bonds on a net basis since the beginning of 2020.

Budget 2020: कॉरपोरेट बांड में बढ़ेगी FPI लिमिट, 9% से बढ़ाकर 15% करने का प्रस्ताव

कॉरपोरेट बांड्स में फॉरेन पोर्टफोलियो इन्वेस्टर्स (FPI) द्वारा निवेश की सीमा में जल्द ब

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FPIs remain bullish on equities; pump in Rs 2,500 cr in May

Continuing with their bullish stance on India for the third month, foreign investors poured in more than Rs 2,500 crore in stock markets last month on forecast of above-normal monsoon this year.

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Mutual funds top on use of P-Notes, top-10 FPIs have 73% share

Amid concerns over possible misuse of always-in-controversy P-Notes, mutual funds have emerged as the top users of these offshore instruments for investing in Indian markets with a share of over 60 per cent.

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FPIs stay bullish on India, pump in $2 bn in April

FPIs turned net buyers of equities in March after pulling out a massive Rs 41,661 crore from the market in the previous four months (November to February).

FPIs stay glued to Indian market, bring in $1 bn in April

Continuing with their bullish stance on India for the second month, overseas investors have pumped in over USD 1 billion into the capital markets in April so far, buoyed by the recent rate cut by the Reserve Bank and hopes of


FPIs infuse Rs 11,000-cr in stock markets in March

However, they pulled out Rs 1,027 crore from the debt markets during the period under review.


FPIs infuse Rs 4,100 cr in equities in just 4 trading sessions

Overseas investors have pumped in a staggering over Rs 4,100 crore in the Indian equity markets in the last four trading sessions on hopes of rate cut by RBI and positive global cues.


FPIs take out Rs 4,600 cr in Feb on slump in crude prices

Overseas investors have pulled out a massive Rs 4,600 crore from the Indian capital markets this month so far, primarily on account of continuous fall in crude oil prices and fears of a global slowdown.

Foreign portfolio investors trim stake in 30 Nifty stocks in Q3

FPIs, which pulled out over Rs 3,200 crore from stock markets in the October-December quarter, flow in equities may continue to remain weak in the fourth quarter of the ongoing fiscal 2015-16.

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FPIs stay positive on Indian debt despite global volatility

Despite global volatility and a general risk aversion prevailing in the market, foreign investors continue to remain positive on the Indian debt market with the last six sessions bringing in a net inflow of $389.28 million.

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FPIs exit equities at $100 m per day so far this year

As the market correction has intensified, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold nearly $100 million worth equities per day in the past 14 trading sessions.

FPIs bullish on Indian debt markets; put in Rs 3,700 cr in New Year

Overseas investors continued to show good appetite for Indian bonds and pumped in a little over Rs 3,700 crore in such markets in the New Year.


FPIs selling spree continues; withdraw Rs 6,500 cr in December

Continuing their selling spree, foreign investors have pulled out more than Rs 6,500 crore from the capital markets since beginning of the month on account of weak global cues.


Dalal Street heads for worst ride in 4 years; FPIs spoil party

With just four days of trading to go, the Sensex has lost 1,660 points or over six per cent in 2015, after gaining nearly 30 per cent in the previous year. The index had last registered an yearly loss in 2011 when it fell 24

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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.

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