FPIs turn buyers, snap 11-session selling streak

[ad_1] Foreign portfolio investors turned buyers on Friday for the first time in May, snapping a 11-session selling streak that saw a selloff of over ₹37,000 crore in the cash market. Market pundits attribute the recent bout of selling to...

Indian equities dictated by passive flows: Kotak Institutional Equities

[ad_1] The Indian equity market is being dominated by passive flows — overseas money coming in through exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and domestic flows through monthly systematic investment plans (SIPs). The growing role of non-institutional investors has resulted in weakening linkage...

FPIs withdraws ₹17,000 crore from equities in May on political uncertainty amid general election

[ad_1] Foreign investors pulled out a massive ₹17,000 crore from Indian equities in the first 10 days of the month owing to the general election and the uncertainty surrounding its outcome coupled with expensive valuations and profit booking.Also read:FPIs dump...

Indices crack on FPI selling, election uncertainty

[ad_1] The benchmark indices witnessed a sharp selloff on Thursday amid selling by overseas investors and nervousness around the outcome of the Lok Sabha elections. The Sensex slid 1,062 points, or 1.45 per cent, to 72,404; while the Nifty50 settled...

FPIs exercise caution amid US yield surge, await June 4 electoral results

[ad_1] After pumping in $25 billion into Indian equities in 2023-24, FPIs have begun FY25 on a sombre note, turning net sellers of over $1.05 billion (₹8,671 crore) in April. Data with depositories showed that they were net sellers on the...

AIFs can now issue offshore derivative instruments from Gift IFSC 

[ad_1] The market for offshore derivative instruments (ODIs) at Gift IFSC may get a fillip with non-bank entities allowed to issue such instruments. Also read:RBI breather for lenders on AIF investmentsSuch entities have to be registered with the Securities and...

FPIs dump Indian equities worth ₹6,300 cr in Apr on sustained rise in US bond yields

[ad_1] Foreign investors pulled out domestic equities worth ₹6,300 crore in April on concerns over tweaks in India's tax treaty with Mauritius and sustained rise in US bond yields.This came following a whopping net investment of ₹35,098 crore in March...

FPIs selling in equities continue unabated in April, withdrawing ₹6,300 crore till April 26

[ad_1] Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) remained bearish on Indian equities going by the net outflows of ₹6,300 crore so far this month (till April 26) amid concerns around Mauritius Tax Treaty and US Bond Yield surge. The geopolitical concerns arising from...

FPIs infuse over ₹13,300 crore in equities in April so far amidst bullish economic outlook

[ad_1] Foreign investors have infused over ₹13,300 crore in Indian equities in the first two weeks of the month owing to a resilient domestic economy with promising growth prospects. Going ahead, concerns over changes in India-Mauritius tax treaty will weigh...

Israel-Iran tensions, Mauritius tax uncertainty could drive FPI caution

[ad_1] The ongoing Israel-Iran tensions and uncertainty surrounding the India-Mauritius double tax avoidance agreement (DTAA) could unsettle equity markets, potentially triggering increased outflows of foreign portfolio investments next week, warn experts. After being net sellers of ₹325 crore in first week...
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