LIC, FPIs hike stake in Kotak Mahindra Bank
Shares of Kotak Mahindra Bank closed 3.01 per cent higher at Rs 1376.80 on Monday, while the benchmark BSE Sensex settled 1.12 per cent up at 40,431.
FPIs pump in net Rs 1,086 cr so far in October
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P-notes investment drops in Sept but FPIs positive on domestic mkt, say experts
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These midcaps saw brisk buying by FPIs in Sept quarter even when stocks rally slowed
FPIs hiked their stake in Indiamart Intermesh by 652 basis points to 21.67 per cent from 15.15 per cent sequentially.
FY21 an aberration, FPIs will lap up stocks, bonds: ICICI Sec’s Saraf
Globally, debt market yields are falling, driving investors to equity markets that hold potential for higher investment returns. Interest rates are at historically low levels with bank fixed deposits yielding just about 4% post-tax. The proportion of equity investment is increasing in search of higher returns.
Cayman Islands top choice for FPIs to invest in India
A key reason for this popularity is Sebi’s liberalised rules for FPIs that allowed structures like Segregated Portfolio Companies or SPCs. Under Cayman laws, SPC is an exempted structure that can have separate portfolios and can be operated independently.
Beware! Stocks rally ageing, Nifty50 on FPIs’ life support; pullback likely
FPIs have been the sole supporters of the market in October till date. They have pumped in money to the tune of Rs 5,000 crore while DIIs have continued their selling spree by offloading equity to the extent of approximately Rs 2,200 crore.
FPIs may be allowed to buy bad loans directly
Sebi nod likely soon; move part of RBI effort to enhance liquidity in stressed asset market
Government proposes to cap surcharge on dividend income for FPIs with trust structure at 15%
The government has also proposed tax exemption on the income of category III Alternate Investment Funds in the International Financial Services Centre from masala bonds, derivatives or overseas investments.
FPIs turn net sellers after 3 months in Sept; pull out Rs 3,419 cr
Foreign investors withdrew Rs 3,419 crore on net basis from Indian markets in September, according to depositories data. A net of Rs 7,783 crore was withdrawn from equities while the debt segment saw inflows of Rs 4,364 crore.
FPIs pull out net Rs 476 cr so far in Sept from Indian markets
They had invested Rs 46,532 crore in August, Rs 3,301 crore in July and Rs 24,053 crore in June on net basis.
A new worry haunts FPIs
The new electronic invoicing system, taking effect from October 1, requires entities to upload the invoice details on the GST portal on a real-time basis. After FPIs upload, the portal will assign an Invoice Reference Number (IRN), which needs to be mentioned in the invoice.
At Rs 47,000 cr, FPIs buy record stocks in August
Bucking the trend of selling in most emerging market equities, foreign fund managers have been buying in India in August. The chief reason is the sensex that was rising through the month, prompting mainly exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to buy in the domestic market.
Indian market 'attractive' proposition for FPIs; net investment at Rs 3,944 cr in Sep so far
Overseas investors bought equities worth a net Rs 1,766 crore and put in Rs 2,178 crore in the debt segment between September 1 and 18, depositories data showed.
Low F&O rollovers to Oct series hint at growing unease
“The outlook is turning negative as foreign investors are selling. Provisional rollovers are lower than the previous series and people have exited long positions,” said Chandan Taparia, derivatives analyst at Motilal Oswal. “10500 is likely to be hit in the next series.”