Foreign portfolio investors remain net buyers in November, invest record Rs 60,358 crore in equities
Global investors are preferring investing in emerging markets more than developed markets as the potential upside is much higher, said Harsh Jain, co-founder and COO at Groww
Sensex jumped 224 points on Friday, driven by gains in HDFC, ITC and HUL despite weak cues from global markets.
FPIs invest over Rs 17,000 cr in equities so far in May largely driven by block deals; no respite for debt markets
Equities saw a net outflow of Rs 6,883 crore in April and Rs 61,973 crore in March, hit by coronavirus-induced disruptions.
Market regulator SEBI has said that entities providing capital and debt market services will continue to remain operational during the nationwide lockdown which has been extended for another two weeks contain the spread of COVID-19
Remaining risk-averse amid the coronavirus pandemic, overseas investors have withdrawn net Rs 10,347 crore from Indian capital markets in April so far
Foreign investors from Mauritius to continue being eligible for FPI registration with increased monitoring: SEBI
The SEBIannouncement comes after the tax haven was put on the ‘grey list' of Financial Action Task Force (FATF)—an inter-governmental policy-making body that sets anti-money laundering standards
Investments in the Indian capital market through participatory notes (P-notes) continue to decline and hit a nearly 11-year low of Rs 64,537 crore till the end of December 2019
Foreign investors turned net buyers in the Indian markets in the December quarter, pumping in a staggering $6.3 billion on the back of the government's intent to bring reforms for supporting the economic growth
After declining for four consecutive months, investments through participatory notes (P-notes) in the Indian capital market marginally rose to Rs 76,773 crore at the end of October
Why Nirmala Sitharaman’s back-to-back growth booster pills aren’t working yet to cure India's big consumption collapse
It was in August when Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman began announcing back-to-back measures to address the economic slowdown
The RBI, the most aggressive major central bank in the world this year for easing, is expected to cut the repo rate at its sixth meeting in a row in December, a <em>Reuters</em> poll showed last month,
Dropping for the fourth consecutive month, investments through participatory notes (P-notes) in the Indian capital market stood at Rs 76,611 crore at the end of September
Investments through participatory notes (P-notes) in the Indian capital market stood at Rs 79,088 crore in August-end, registering the third consecutive month-on-month decline
FPI flows to remain under pressure despite tax surcharge reversal, benign monetary policy: India Ratings
Foreign funds flow into India is expected to remain under pressure over the near-to-medium term despite the government rolling back tax surcharge on FPIs and benign global monetary policy stance, said India Ratings on Wednesday
Giving in to the demands of overseas investors, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday announced a rollback of enhanced surcharge on foreign portfolio investors levied in the Budget.
US industry hails India's mini-Budget, proposed reforms to provide stimulus for economy; sees investment atmosphere improving
"As a package, the proposals will strengthen India's position as a global investment destination," US India Business Council president Nisha Desai Biswal said
Rupee snaps 5-day losing streak; settles 20 paise up at 70.69 against dollar driven by sharp gains in domestic equities
Forex dealer attributed the uptick in the rupee to reports of rollback of recently imposed a higher tax on foreign portfolio investors.
The government on Monday said it will soon hold discussions with representatives of foreign portfolio investors, amid continuing overseas fund outflow from the markets following the decision to impose a surcharge on a certain class of such investors
Foreign investors pull out Rs 2,881 cr in just two trading sessions in August; impact of domestic, global headwinds
Foreign investors withdrew more than they invested as the US-China trade war has started brewing again which is not helping investors' sentiments
Former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor, Bimal Jalan, has warned that the higher income taxes the government introduced in its budget could lead to a flight of funds from the country