FII flows to Indian stocks hit record in 2019, analysts gung ho about 2020 too
FIIs pumped in a net of more than Rs 1 lakh crore in Indian stocks during the year gone by.
Chakri Lokapriya on how to make money in pre-Budget market
In the absence of any negatives, broader market will begin to show pickup in earni...
Institutional fund flows into stocks at a new high in 2019
FPIs contributed nearly twothirds of the money, while local funds made up the rest...
FPIs pull out Rs 2,418 crore in first three trading sessions of 2020
In 2019, FPIs invested a net sum of Rs 73,276.63 crore in the domestic markets.
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.
UTI Asset Management Company under lens for investment norm violation
The main allegation against UTI is violation of debt investment norms.
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.
RBL Bank raises Rs 676 cr via preferential allotment of shares
The preferential allotment increases the bank's total capital adequacy ratio to 16.31 per cent.
Banks from non-BIS countries now eligible for an FPI licence
Indian regulators have been wary of indirect investment routes.
How RBI's dollar buying impacts rupee
The rupee is the second worst performing Asian currency this year.
Pre-trade share allocation to funds may be mandatory
Institutional investors may have to disclose in advance quantity of shares meant for a fund.
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.
India’s weightage in MSCI EM index set to go up by 70 bps
“Using the current list of constituents, we expect MSCI India’s weight to rise by about 70 bps (basis points) in the semi-annual index review of May 2020, implying passive flows of US $2.5 bn (billion),” said Morgan Stanley.
As dollar flow resumes, 12 FPI-favourite stocks make solid short-term gains
Overall, 26 of BSE 500 stocks, with substantial FPI holdings, delivered double-digit returns.
Midcap, smallcap rally coming next year, but there are riders, say analysts
Half of the incremental earnings growth of non-Nifty stocks are contingent on economic recovery.
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