Sectorally, bulk of the FPI selling over the past 12 months has been concentrated around IT, banks, NBFCs and industrials.
The net investment in the equities segment stood at Rs 2,083 crore, while that in the debt segment stood at Rs 14,376 crore, including those debt investments made through VRR.
The FPIs have made a comeback after a net outflow of Rs 11,308 crore in July.
Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI) have made a total net investment of Rs 15,520 crore in Indian equities so far in June.
Mumbai: Foreign portfolio investments (FPI), which have touched record highs amid the pandemic, have continued to pour into the Indian equity market post the Union Budget for FY22. Net FPI inflow into equities in the month of February has been Rs 20,593 crore, as per NSDL data. Since January, FPIs have invested over Rs 39,000 […]
Mumbai: Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Saturday called for public comments over its panel’s recommendations on “Know Your Client (KYC) Requirements for Foreign Portfolio Investors”. The recommendations have been made by SEBI’s working group that was set up to look into the concerns raised by the overseas Indian investor community. […]