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2011: FIIs Sell, DIIs Buy

Last year has been quite about foreigners running out the door, while domestic institutions have been buying.


And if you want to see the scale, let’s invert the FII figure and track them together:


FIIs sold over 26,000 cr. worth of cash securities, which is about $5 billion.

  • Ashish says:

    What does it mean Deepak? DIIs believe in the India growth story and FIIs dont? Or are there other lucrative markets abroad? Or further fall in Rupee so dollar hedging?

  • Vishal says:

    Can I please have this data from you or is there another source where I can get it from? Would love to check this out in more detail. Also where do you get the daily FII and DII data?
    Looks interesting. Thanks.

  • Ganesh says:

    I was always thinking that the DII was an order of magnitude lower than FII. Eye opener for me. This means domestic investors have the capability to move the market.
    So say in next three years the FII come back to India, and domestic investment also rises due to lower interest rates, then the stock market should shoot through the roof