FII cashflow | FIIs pull out Rs 24,162 from Indian equities in past two months

The foreign institutional investors (FIIs) are on selling spree in the Indian equities markets for past two consecutive months. Their cash outflow in the past two months stands at around Rs 24,000 crore. On YTD basis, their cash inflow in the equities market stands at Rs 34,352 crore.
 
They were net sellers in the cash markets with net cash outflow of Rs 1546 crore in previous trading session. However, their net cash inflow in index options and index futures stood at Rs 1301 crore and Rs 342 crore, respectively.
 
Nifty closed at 9,788 levels up 19 points or 0.20% and BSE Sensex closed flat at 31,283 levels marginally up by 1 point in Friday’s trading session. There were 1,077 advances, 569 declines and 317 unchanged stocks on NSE, reflecting a positive undertone floating in the market.

 

Calender Year Equity (Rs crore) Debt (Rs crore) Total (Rs crore)
January -1177 -2319 -3496
February 9902 5960 15862
March 30906 25355 56261
April 2394 20364 22758
May 7711 19155 26866
June 3617 25685 29302
July 5161 18867 24028
August -12770 15447 2677
September -11392 1349 -10043
Total – 2017 34352 129863 164215

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