RBI may infuse another Rs 1.6 lakh crore via open market operations in March quarter: Bank of America Merrill Lynch
BofAML said it does not rule out the possibility of the RBI cutting the cash reserve ratio (CRR) by 1 per cent if foreign portfolio investors (FPI) flows remain weak.
Foreign investors' bullish stance continues; inflow at Rs 6,310 crore in November on rise in rupee and fall in oil prices
Foreign investors pumped in Rs 6,310 crore into Indian capital markets this month so far, after pulling out massive funds in October, on easing crude oil prices and a strengthening rupee.
On a month-on-month basis, foreign portfolio investors were net buyers of equities worth $330 million in July and $260 million in August. However, they turned net sellers of $1.49 billion in September.
The rupee came under pressure following heavy selling in domestic equities and the crude oil breaching the $80 per barrel mark
The decline in investment could be attributed to several measures taken by the SEBI to stop the misuse of the controversy-ridden participatory notes, experts said.
Mutual fund houses have made investments of over Rs 11,600 crore in domestic equities in September despite volatility in stock markets, even as foreign investors pulled out a massive Rs 10,825 crore.
Of the total investments made last month, P-note holdings in equities were at Rs 66,233 crore and the remaining in debt and derivatives markets.
Sensex recovers over 100 pts on value buying in healthcare, consumer durables stocks; Nifty reclaims 11,000
Rising crude and global trade tensions weighed on market sentiment ahead of the US Federal Reserve's meeting.
Rupee free fall: Merely blaming external factors for Indian currency depreciation won't do; govt should think out-of-the-box
The US-Sino trade war has caught India in the crossfires just the US beef against Turkey damaged the Indian rupee a month ago.
SEBI to review proposed new norms for foreign investors, will take into account views of all stakeholders
SEBI said it is "preposterous and highly irresponsible" to claim that $75 billion will move out of India because of Sebi's circular issued in April 2018.
Sensex erases early gains to end lower by 333 points, posts fourth straight session fall on rupee woes
Selling was more pronounced in FMCG, realty, power, banking, auto, oil & gas, PSU, IT, tech, infrastructure and capital goods stocks that dragged the indices into the negative zone.
In a relief to foreign portfolio investors (FPIs), markets regulator SEBI on Tuesday extended the deadline by two months till December for providing a list of beneficial owners, and assured them that issues raised will be looked into by an expert panel
Sensex, Nifty erase early gains after hitting record highs in opening trade ahead of US-China trade talks
Sensex spurted 124.21 points, or 0.32 percent, to hit a new high of 38,402.96, surpassing its previous record of 38,340.69 marked on Monday.
Taking positive cues from global equities, the 30-share index was trading higher by 262.91 points, or 0.69 percent, at 37,926.47. The index had lost 188.44 points in the previous session.
P-notes are issued by registered foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) to overseas investors who wish to be part of the Indian stock market without registering themselves directly
Sensex breaches 38,000-mark for the first time; Nifty hits a new high of 11,495.20 on persistent buying by foreign investors
All sectoral indices are trading in the green, with maximum gain seen in metal, energy and PSU banks.
Sensex turns choppy, Nifty slips below 11,000-mark on weak Asian cues; bank stocks among top laggards
Sensex fell 74.69 points, or 0.20%, to 36,466.94 after touching a high of 36,558.71 in opening trade.
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) held 21.56 percent stake in Manpasand Beverages at the end of the previous quarter -- 31 March 2018
Global investors adopting 'wait and watch' approach on India ahead of 2019 general elections, says US-based risk consulting firm
Poor governance, lack of transparency and fraud risk are among the factors affecting the sentiment of foreign investors towards India.
Foreign investors have pumped in over Rs 3,000 crore in the Indian capital markets in the last five trading sessions after pulling out hefty funds during April-June