Annual FPI inflows for India near $20 billion mark this year
India has an 8.9% weight in MSCI’s EM index which is seen rising to 9.6% by next May.
Modi Govt likely to withdraw higher surcharge on FPIs
The government is likely to announce a slew of market-friendly changes including withdr...
Govt to lift FPI cap on some sovereign bonds
Sovereign bonds have rallied since the announcement of lifting the investment limits.
New Singapore treaty harsher than GAAR, may impact FPI flows into India
Investors based out of Singapore continue to avail several tax benefits for putting money in India.
FPI surcharge rollback has not created differential regime between FPIs, domestic investors: CBDT
This differential regime existed even prior to the 2019 Budget, CBDT said.
Companies, FPIs stare at tax confusion
Should the FPIs be taxed as per India’s tax treaties or as per the domestic tax rates?
Higher surcharge to impact 40% FPIs: Finmin math
FinMin is trying to find out why FPIs are using the trust structure and how this benefits them.
Private banks get to invest client money as FPI: But will it meet client objectives?
The Sebi regulations and guidelines seem to be silent on this aspect.
Finance ministry may consult Law ministry on FPI surcharge
Govt exploring various options, the one considered most effective & legally feasible to be taken up.
Government likely to withdraw higher surcharge for FPIs
The Finance ministry is like to withdraw the FPI surcharge. Sources to ET NOW say higher surcharge via notification or ordinance may be with...
Banking, oil & gas get lion’s share of FPI flows
FPIs have sold shares in sectors such as pharma, IT, utilities, textiles, FMCG and auto.
FPIs looking to move shops to Singapore to escape high taxes after budget proposal
FPIs plan to restructure their pooling vehicles and registering new entities in Singapore to hold Indian stocks.
FPIs turn net buyers; put in $6.3 billion in December quarter
This comes following a net outflow of $3.22 billion by FPIs in the quarter ended September 2019.
View: Dining with the dragon
India’s concern is real because China has been involved in dumping of steel in the past and the same allegation has been made by other countries when it comes to automobiles and electronics. Given China’s superior economic position today amidst good valuations from an investors’ standpoint, leveraging the same makes business sense.
FPIs remain net buyers in December; invest over Rs 2,600 crore
Barring January, July and August, FPIs have been net buyers for rest of the months in 2019.
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