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
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
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.
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
Investments through participatory notes in the domestic capital market rose to Rs 78,110 crore at the end of March, amid positive market sentiments
As per the data, the fund inflow through P-notes in October this year was the lowest since March 2009, when the cumulative value of such investments stood at Rs 69,445 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.
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
P-notes are issued by registered FPIs to overseas investors who wish to be part of the Indian stock markets without registering themselves directly
Investments in the domestic capital market through participatory notes (P-notes) plunged to a nearly eight-and-a-half-year low of Rs 1.19 lakh crore in January-end amid stringent norms put in place by regulator Sebi to check misuse
Sebi decided to relax the entry norms for foreign portfolio investors willing to invest directly in Indian markets rather than through participatory notes.
Instead of Sebi tightening rules for participatory notes, govt should ban them lock, stock and barrel
Sebi steps haven’t resulted in a significant drop in PN investments shows that so long as it is alive, crooks would be tantalized to use and abuse them
This is longest decline for benchmark Sensex since March 2015
In other words the suspicion could be round-trippers could have found comfort in Panama where names simply do not matter. Are FPIs guilty of giving quarters to such opaque investments from Panama? This could be the angle that the SIT wants to pursue.
According to Sebi data, the total value of P-Notes investment in Indian markets - equity, debt and derivatives - fell to Rs 2,10,731 crore at the end of June, from Rs 2,15,338 crore in May-end
Total value of P-Notes investment in Indian markets stood at Rs 2.58 lakh crore, Rs 2.54 lakh crore, Rs 2.35 lakh crore and Rs 2.31 lakh crore in October, November, December and January, respectively
Investment through Participatory Notes (P-Notes) into India's capital markets has hit a 15-month low of Rs 2.35 lakh crore (about USD 16 billion) at the end of December
Investments via p-notes rebounds in September after falling continuously in preceding three months