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Nifty to stay range bound in dull year-end
DNA

Domestic inflows likely to keep market strong: Credit Suisse

In the last 3 months purchases by domestic mutual funds have more than offset foreign institutional investor outflows. It is tempting to assume that persistent domestic inflows into the equity market are likely to keep the market strong, Neelkanth Mishra of ... Money Control, 13 hours ago
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Daily Mirror Sri Lanka

New laws to give resident visas for foreigners bringing big bucks

By Chandeepa Wettasinghe The Sri Lankan government will be legislating new laws to allow foreign investors to obtain residency in Sri Lanka easily, Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake told a mediabriefing yesterday. Anyone who brings in US$ ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka4 days ago Should you invest in FFO of CPSE ETF?  India Infoline3 days ago China Opens Up Opportunities for Foreign Investment to Boost Competitiveness, Attract Foreign Capital  Yibada5 days ago Foreign Trade University announces research topics  StoxPlus.com4 days ago
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FM must cast a magic spell on Budget 2017: Kotak Mahindra AMC

Emphasising on the need to ensure FII (foreign institutional investor) taxation continuity in FY18, Kotak Mahindra Asset Management’s big gun Nilesh Shah has said the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley must "cast a magic spell" on the Union Budget 2017.
 Money Control4 days ago
Money Control

Nifty Moves Out Of Consolidation Mode

Indian equities continued display resilience despite low but sustained foreign institutional outflows in the cash segment with the benchmark hovering around two-month highs on Wednesday. The Nifty 50 index advanced 1.1 percent to close at 8,380. Its ...
 Bloomberg-Quint5 days ago Re likely to hit all-time low against $ in 2017  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Infosys, TCS make a killing on weak rupee but should you worry?  Money Control1 month ago Foreign fund movement to steer the equity markets  Sify1 month ago
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Should mutual fund investors worry about FII outflows?

Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) sold Indian equities worth Rs 325 crore on January 10. The FIIs pulled out Rs 3,008 crore so far in January, NSDL data shows. The outflows in December was Rs 8,176 crore. Market analysts are attributing the ...
 Economic Times5 days ago Should investors worry about FII outflow for the fourth consecutive month ?  India Infoline3 days ago Fall in re to spook FIIs; see mkt range-bound in near term: Citi  Money Control1 month ago FIIs flag worries over Tata Sons' preferential access to info  Money Control2 months ago
Financial Express

Stock markets: Even as FPIs exit India, domestic institutes take up slack

The share of foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) in the Indian market could fall further after hitting a 30-month low
 Financial Express5 days ago Consumer stocks losing out to industrial ones as market corrects  Rediff.com1 month ago No need for investors to react to every unfolding event  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Markets surge in morning trade, Nifty crosses 8300 mark  Financial Express6 days ago

Buy the dips

The biggest talking point of last week was the return of foreign institutional investors (FII) buying.
 Money Control1 month ago BusinessLine twenty years ago today: Sensex moves up 142 points on FII buying support  Business Line1 month ago Good time to buy on dips; like 2-wheelers, staples, banks: Elara  Money Control1 month ago

Sebi examines proposals to let FIIs in commodities

Allowing foreign institutional investors (FIIs) in commodity trading is under consideration, but no decision has been taken, the finance ministry on Thursday said. “Many suggestions have come with regard to permitting FIIs into commodity trading. But no ...
 Asian Age2 months ago FIIs may get to trade in commodity futures soon  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Permitting FIIs in commodity trade under consideration: Das  Business Standard2 months ago Watch: Sebi may consider FIIs in commodity trading  Money Control2 months ago
DNA

Mistry to brief Tata firms’ investors

MUMBAI: Ousted Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry plans to hold a series of meetings with institutional and foreign investors starting next week to brief them on his position in the ongoing boardroom battle with interim chairman Ratan Tata.
 The Hindu1 month ago No impact of Mistry's exit on plans, CLSA says 'buy' Tata Steel  DNA2 months ago N. Chandrasekaran must improve dividend payout to Tata Trusts: V.R. Mehta  Livemint.com3 days ago Tatas face tall order in Mistry ouster  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

FPI inflows at $4.5 billion in Q2; DIIs turn net sellers: ICICI

Foreign investors' inflows into equities more than doubled to $4.5 billion (nearly Rs ?29,937.37 crore), while domestic institutional investors turned net sellers to the tune of $1.5 billion (nearly Rs 9979.15 crore) during the second quarter of the current ...
 DNA2 months ago FPI inflows at USD 4.5 bn in Q2; DIIs turn net sellers: ICICI  Business Standard2 months ago
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