Overseas investors have pumped in Rs 5,414 crore (about $ 1 billion) in the Indian stock market in April, the lowest in 16-months, amid political and economic worries.
A total of 191 foreign investors have exited Reliance Industries stock in the past two financial years, while companies like ITC, Sun Pharma and TCS have seen a larger number
Foreign funds sold shares worth 3. 68 billion rupees on Wednesday provisional exchange data shows
A four-member committee headed by Department Economic Affairs (DEA) Secretary, Arvind Mayaram, for giving clear definitions to FDI and FII with an aim to remove ambiguity over the two types
Beginning April 1, foreign institutional investors (FIIs), sovereign wealth funds and qualified financial investors (QFIs) will have easier access to Indian corporate bonds and government securities (G-Secs).
Seeking to end ambiguity, the government today proposed to follow the international practice with regard to defining foreign direct investment (FDI) and foreign institutional investors (FII).
"In order to remove
The investment by overseas investors into Indian stock market since the beginning of 2013 has crossed $ 7 billion mark, out of which more than $ 3 billion were pumped
Overseas institutional investors have pumped in more than Rs 24 000 crore ($4. 4 billion) in the Indian stock market in December the highest in 10 months taking
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