FPIs (Foreign portfolio investors) have bought stocks of net worth Rs 1,426.59 Crore from the secondary equity markets on Thursday, 11 May 2017. This inflow was on account of gross purchases of Rs. 5,103.75 Cr, and gross sales of Rs 3,677.16 Cr. Prior to that, the foreign investor’s net outflow for the two days, i.e on 9 & 10 May 2017, was Rs 1,299.3.
On 11 May 2017, there was a net inflow of Rs 8.29 Cr in category of Primary Market & Others, which was with the effect of gross purchases done by them for Rs 8.29 Cr, without gross sales.
Till 11 May 2017, FPIs have sold stocks of a net worth Rs 356.02 Cr, into the secondary equity markets, while they have purchased shares of a net worth Rs 34,486.13 Cr, in calendar year 2017, and they sold stocks of net worth Rs 1,645.32 Cr in April 2017.
As on 11 May 2017, FPIs have purchased shares worth Rs 12,094.42 Cr, Cr, from the secondary equity markets in 2016 as against their purchase of stocks worth Rs 645.82 Cr, from the category Primary Market & Others in May 2017. The net inflow from FPIs in this category had totaled Rs 8,471.76 Cr, 2016.
The investment volume of Foreign portfolio investors & Domestic Institutional Investors together with global market trends, the rupee movement against US Dollar and crude oil price movement will dictate trend on the BSE and NSE in week ahead.