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Record high: Foreign investors lap up corporate bonds worth $19 bn in 2014

Dec 22, 2014

Record high: Foreign investors lap up corporate bonds worth $19 bn in 2014

In a record high, foreign investors have purchased Indian debt securities worth $19 billion this year, which marked a 20 percent jump from the previous year and even saw the so-called 'junk' bonds being lapped up aggressively despite poor corporate and sovereign ratings. #FIIs #RBI #Investment #SEBI #FDI #stocks #Hot Money #Bonds #govt #FIS #fund flows
Review foreign investment policy in defence Assocham to govt

Jun 09, 2014

Review foreign investment policy in defence Assocham to govt

Industry body Assocham on Monday asked the government to review foreign investment policy, particularly related with FIIs, in the defence sector. #India #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #ASSOCHAM #FII #Defence Investments
Sensex up 130 points in morning trade on firm Asian cues

Jun 02, 2014

Sensex up 130 points in morning trade on firm Asian cues

The benchmark BSE Sensex surged by 130 points in morning trade on Monday on buying in capital goods, realty, refinery, banking and metal sector stocks, triggered by firm Asian cues amid fresh capital inflows from foreign funds. #Sensex #India #nifty #FIIs #NewsTracker #BSE #markets

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Why new interest rate futures contracts will be a hit among investors

Jan 21, 2014

Why new interest rate futures contracts will be a hit among investors

The IRF 2014 version opened on the NSE on 21 January and is clocking volumes of over Rs 400 crore in about initial two hours of trading. The IRF will open on the BSE on 28 January. Volumes are likely to shoot up as the IRF trades on all exchanges. #Sensex #nifty #govt bonds #Interest rate #ConnectTheDots #Benchmark bond #BSE #NSE #FII #IRF
Worry not, FIIs will not pull money out of the Indian debt market

Jun 07, 2013

Worry not, FIIs will not pull money out of the Indian debt market

The arbitrage for FIIs is the rising yield curve prospects in the US and falling yield curve prospects in India. FIIs will invest in INR bonds to take advantage of this fundamental arbitrage. #India #Stock market #Debt #Bonds #FII