State-run Life Insurance Corp of India (LIC) a major domestic institutional investor sold shares worth Rs 12 600 crore (about $2. 32 billion) in companies related to financial
Overseas investors have pumped in a staggering $4 billion into the Indian stock market in the first two weeks of February, taking the investment tally to $8 billion for calendar
Funds focused on banks were the top performers in India in 2012, according to data from fund tracker Lipper, a Thomson Reuters company, after the banking sub-index surged nearly 57
Has the liquidity-driven outperformance of Indian shares among Bric markets this year run its course? Some market participants argue that the reform optimism-led buying may give way to a technical
Indian stock markets have remain attractive for overseas investors, as foreign entities have pumped in over $19 billion so far -- the second highest mark in a year.
Betting big on the Indian equity markets, overseas investors have invested a little over Rs 3,600 crore in stocks this month so far over expectations of more reform measures by
Overseas investors continue to invest in the stock markets with pumping over Rs 3,160 crore in equity shares in this month so far.
From November 1-9, foreign institutional investors (FIIs)
Saurabh Mukherjea, head of equities at Ambit Capital, had stunned the market in February 2011— when Sensex was quoting at 18,500 — by predicting that the index will touch
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