Overseas investors have poured in nearly Rs 12,000 crore (about $2.2 billion) into the Indian equity market so far this month.
Overseas investors pumped in Rs 638 crore in the Indian stock market last week, amid concerns over high current account deficit and political uncertainty.
The net inflow of Rs 638
Overseas investors seem to be on a share purchase spree in the country's three leading private sector lenders -- ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank -- even as non-institutional
Overseas investors have pulled out more than Rs 680 crore from the Indian equity market last week amid political and economic worries.
The net outflow of Rs 681 crore during
Overseas investors have poured in Rs 639 crore into Indian equities during the first week of the current fiscal, but experts fear a possible sell-off in the coming days amid political and economic worries.
Foreign Institutional Investors have poured in a record Rs 1. 4 lakh crore ($ 26 billion) in the Indian stock market in FY 2012-13 the highest ever since overseas
Overseas investors have pumped in $ 2. 5 billion into Indian debt market so far this year out of which over $ 1 billion has been invested in March
Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) continued buying into Indian markets despite the lacklustre earnings performance holding up the market.
FIIs have injected nearly $ 34 billion since January 2012 which
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