Business Standard

India continues to charm FIIs

Despite policy inaction and slowing growth, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) continue to bet on India’s long-term attractiveness.

In fact, India is at the top of the chart of major Asian countries in receiving net inflows from so far this year. FIIs have net bought Indian shares worth $10.68 billion (Rs 59,559 crore) in this year till August 2, highest among the 10 Asian countries for which Bloomberg data are available. South Korea ($6.06 billion), Japan ($4.40 billion) and the Philippines ($2.20 billion) are the other favourite Asian markets among FIIs this year(Click on graphic)

Read more on:   

India continues to charm FIIs

Despite policy inaction and slowing growth, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) continue to bet on India’s long-term attractiveness.

Despite policy inaction and slowing growth, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) continue to bet on India’s long-term attractiveness.

In fact, India is at the top of the chart of major Asian countries in receiving net inflows from so far this year. FIIs have net bought Indian shares worth $10.68 billion (Rs 59,559 crore) in this year till August 2, highest among the 10 Asian countries for which Bloomberg data are available. South Korea ($6.06 billion), Japan ($4.40 billion) and the Philippines ($2.20 billion) are the other favourite Asian markets among FIIs this year(Click on graphic)

image

Read More

A river and a lake

BSE, formerly Bombay Stock Exchange, has been seeing a continuous churn at the top management level with Lakshman Gugulothu, CEO of the SME platform ...

Recommended for you

Advertisements

Quick Links

Market News

Sensex ends above 27,900 amid volatile session

Provisionally, the Sensex gained 134.71 points to end at 27,944.06 and the Nifty rose 27.80 points to close at 8,448.80

Sangam (India) zooms over 50% in four days on stake hike by promoter

The stock is currently trading at its record high of Rs 125 and has rallied 54% from Rs 81 on May 19.

Sagar Cements surges after turnaround in Q4

The stock surged 16% to Rs 408 after reported net profit of Rs 21.70 crore in March quarter against loss of Rs 11.36 crore in the year ago ...

SBI pares early gains post Q4 results

The stock surged 5% to Rs 305 after reported 23% year on year jump in standalone net profit at Rs 3,742 crore in March quarter.

Markets hold gains amid firm global cues

Sensex has soared 214 points to trade at 28,023 levels while the Nifty has surged 55 points to quote at 8,476 mark

 

Back to Top