Monday, 4 December 2017

FIIs invested USD 3 billion in equities in November

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Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) invested three billion dollars in Indian equities in November, which marks as the highest since March. The net November Foreign investor’s investment of USD 3.05 billion is the highest since the USD 5.1 billion in March. Their net investment so far this year stands at USD 8.86 billion.  This jump is attributed on the recapitalization of banks coupled with, global risk-on trade.

On 24 October, the govt announced a Rs. 2.11 trillion bank recapitalization plan for state-run lenders weighed down by bad loans, seeking to motivate the flow of credit.

Foreign institutional investment is used commonly in India to refer to outside companies investing in Indian financial markets.

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