Sunday, January 6, 2019, 7:39 PM
Overseas investors pulled out over Rs 83,000 crore from the capital markets in 2018, after pouring in a record Rs 2 lakh crore in the preceding year, on the back of rate hikes in the US, rise in global crude prices and rupee depreciation. Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) made a net withdrawal of about Rs 83,146 crore from the Indian markets in 2018.
Sunday, December 9, 2018, 3:32 PM
Foreign investors have pulled put close to Rs 400 crore from the Indian stock market in the last five trading sessions amid weakness in global equities due to the arrest of a high-profile Chinese executive. This comes following a net inflow of over Rs 6,900 crore in the equity market by Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) on easing crude oil prices and a strengthening rupee.
Monday, October 29, 2018, 7:35 PM
India and Japan have decided to enter a $75 billion currency swap agreement, a move that is expected to stabilise and bolster the confidence of forex and capital markets in the country. "With this arrangement in place, prospects of India would further improve in tapping foreign capital for country's developmental needs," the Finance Ministry said in a statement on October 29.
Sunday, July 22, 2018, 12:25 PM
Continuing their selling spree, foreign investors have pulled out over Rs 2,000 crore from the capital markets this month so far on higher crude oil prices and a depreciating rupee. The latest sell-off comes after foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) withdrew over Rs 61,000 crore from the capital markets in the last three months (April to June).
Sunday, July 15, 2018, 11:11 AM
Continuing their selling spree, foreign investors have pulled out nearly Rs.1,200 crore from the debt markets in the first two weeks of the month on higher fuel prices and possibilities of rate hike by the US Federal Reserve. The latest sell-off comes after foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) withdrew an amount close to Rs 50,000 crore from the debt markets in last five months.
Saturday, June 16, 2018, 9:33 PM
The Reserve Bank has eased investment norms for foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) in debt, especially into individual large corporates, a move that can help attract more overseas flows and thereby help arrest the recent fall in the rupee on one hand and also lift the recent fall in demand for corporate bonds.
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