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DIIs net sell Rs 798cr, FIIs net buy Rs 648cr

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Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net sellers of Rs 798.48 crore (provisional) today, according to data released by BSE.

While made gross purchases of Rs 1,034.47 crore, gross sales totalled Rs 1,832.95 crore.

Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net buyers of Rs 648.05 crore today. While made gross purchases of Rs 2,854.32 crore, gross sales totalled Rs 2,206.27 crore.

FIIs were net buyers of Rs 2,139.80 crore on Thursday, December 6, according to data released by today. While FIIs made gross purchases of Rs 4,143.50 crore, gross sales totalled Rs 2,003.70 crore.

Mutual funds (MFs) were net sellers of Rs 229.50 crore on Thursday. made purchases of Rs 456.60 crore and sales of Rs 686.10 crore.

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DIIs net sell Rs 798cr, FIIs net buy Rs 648cr

Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net sellers of Rs 798.48 crore (provisional) today, according to data released by BSE.

Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net sellers of Rs 798.48 crore (provisional) today, according to data released by BSE.

While made gross purchases of Rs 1,034.47 crore, gross sales totalled Rs 1,832.95 crore.

Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net buyers of Rs 648.05 crore today. While made gross purchases of Rs 2,854.32 crore, gross sales totalled Rs 2,206.27 crore.

FIIs were net buyers of Rs 2,139.80 crore on Thursday, December 6, according to data released by today. While FIIs made gross purchases of Rs 4,143.50 crore, gross sales totalled Rs 2,003.70 crore.

Mutual funds (MFs) were net sellers of Rs 229.50 crore on Thursday. made purchases of Rs 456.60 crore and sales of Rs 686.10 crore.

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