As per depositories data, overseas investors took out Rs 15,342 crore from equities and Rs 3,629 crore from the bonds market between 1 to 18 February. At the same time, they invested Rs 115 crore in hybrid instruments.
The reversal of buying trend came after FPIs invested Rs 17,304 crore in March, Rs 23,663 crore in February and Rs 14,649 crore in January
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
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.
Following the FATF notice, some fund managers knocked on SEBI's door overnight, raising concerns over validity of FPI registration done through the tax haven.
Boosting investments: Govt gives up obsession with round-tripping; need of hour to spur foreign fund inflows, make India manufacturing hub
Investments in the domestic capital market through participatory notes, led by equity allocation, rose to Rs 81,220 crore at the end of April 2019 on hopes of favourable market conditions.
Rupee rises to 5-week high of 70.77 against dollar on stocks rally, trade optimism; rising crude restricts domestic unit's gain
Rising crude prices and a strong dollar against major global currencies restricted the rupee's gain, dealers said.
Sensex plunges 600 points in afternoon trade on weak global cues; Hero MotoCorp, Axis Bank among top losers
Top losers in the Sensex pack in early trade on included Tech Mahindra, HCL Tech, Hero MotoCorp, Axis Bank, Bajaj Auto, HDFC, Bharti Airtel, M&M, TCS and Tata Motors.
Tough time ahead for steel producers, equity markets continue to remain under pressure; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro
In the near term, China’s steel production cuts that are targeted at reducing pollution could influence output trends, and therefore prices.
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
The government's rollback of enhanced surcharge on select investors, announced as part of a series of measures to boost the economy last week, has not created a differential regime between FPIs and domestic investors, CBDT said in a statement on Wednesday
Nomura upgrades India to 'overweight' after Nirmala Sitharaman announces a slew of measures to stimulate growth
Giving in to the demands of overseas investors, Sitharaman on Friday announced a rollback of enhanced surcharge on foreign portfolio investors levied in the Budget.
'Strong, decisive' leadership seen as desirable, but Sitharaman's reversals to boost economy display its limitations
A few things happened this week that may have surprised those who were under the impression that India was doing very well economically.
No 'out of ordinary steps' in Nirmala Sitharaman's presser, but willingness to offer solution is positive sign for investors
The biggest takeaway from Nirmala Sitharaman's presser is that the government seems to have finally woken up to the economic slowdown and is showing a willingness to offer solutions
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
CAD inches up to 2.1% at $57.2 bn in FY19, but more than halves in Q4; net services receipts increase 5.8% to $21.3 bn
Overall trade performance was the prime influencer for both the contraction in CAD for the March quarter as well as a widening for the full year.
Foreign portfolio investors poured over Rs 17,000 cr in February, highest since November 2017 on positive sentiments
Foreign portfolio investors (FPI) had pumped in a net amount of around Rs 19,728 crore into Indian stocks in November 2017
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday withdrew the 20 percent limit on investments by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) in corporate bonds of an entity with a view to encourage more foreign investments
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das on Tuesday said he had an interactive meeting with foreign investors in Hong Kong
Sebi has also exempted housing finance companies and systemically important NBFCs from disclosure of increase or decrease in shareholding due to encumbrance or release of encumbered shares