RBI stockpiles US treasury holdings by more than $2b
Investors are moving to safe haven assets such as the US dollar or the US dollar denominated Treasury securities.
Market engine on overdrive, this time on FPI fuel
On Monday, the Nifty reclaimed 11,600 and the Sensex closed above 39,000.
FPI limit in corporate bonds raised to 15% for FY21
At present, FPIs can invest Rs 3.17 lakh crore in Indian corporate bonds.
Rs 82,575 crore: FPI inflows in 2019 highest in Modi Era
At Rs 82,575 crore so far in 2019, foreign funds have sent in the maximum amount of money since the Modi era began in May 2014. FPIs infused Rs 97,350 crore in domestic equities in 2014. However, about Rs 41,000 crore came in between January and May, while Modi took oath on May 26, 2014. Between 2015 and 2018, the total FPI inflow into equities was Rs 57,656 crore.
FPIs pump in net Rs 1,086 cr so far in October
Going forward, continuation of accommodative stance by global central banks may ensure flow of foreign investments into emerging markets including India, said Himanshu Srivastava, Morningstar India.
Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Monday
With the earnings season gaining pace, one cannot rule out the possibility of erratic swings, Ajit Mishra of Religare Broking said.
Banks from non-BIS countries now eligible for an FPI licence
Indian regulators have been wary of indirect investment routes.
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.
FPI exit creating a cascading effect on market: Lakshmi Iyer
Liquidity in the banking system is fairly comfortable, says Kotak MF’s CIO-debt and head-product.
Sebi comes out with operational guidelines for new FPI regulations
A company will have to appoint any one depository as its designated depository for the purpose of monitoring the foreign investment limits.
Risk indicators now scarier than 2008, more pain could follow
The risk indicators seem stark, making reference to the 2008 subprime sinkhole more relevant.
Foreign Portfolio Investors sell-off triggered rise in yields
The gauge yielded 6.24% on Thursday versus 5.99% on Monday. Bond yields rise when prices fall. Select long-term investors including insurers and pension funds were seen buying some papers from exiting overseas investors, dealers said.
Sebi initiates steps to usher in T+1 settlement
The discussion between Sebi and the market intermediaries in the matter is at a preliminary stage, said two people familiar with the development.
RBI’s dollar buying weakened Re in 2019 despite good FPI inflows
The Reserve Bank of India stepped up its dollar buying by 14 per cent in 2019.
New FPI/FDI classification by Sebi to hit many offshore funds
In FY19, inflows through the FDI route amounted to $62 billion, central bank data showed.