While some experts see a correction, others are optimistic of Nifty 50 touching 18,600
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) pumped in Rs 13,154 crore in equities and Rs 13,363 crore in the debt segment between September 1-30.
The settlement norm would pose operational challenges to foreign investors who are in different time zones
Sebi is of the view that FPI only need to tweak their systems to meet the new settlement norm
This was largely on the back of robust net inflows from FPIs, coupled with the strong performance of the Indian equity markets
Overseas investors pumped in a net Rs 2,085 crore between August 2-13 in equities, but pulled out a net Rs 2,044 crore from the debt segment
Asian stocks traded mixed on Tuesday as the Delta coronavirus variant spread in key markets in the region and put Chinese authorities on high alert
FPI flows can be expected to rebound and the BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty may scale new highs.
The current account surplus is an important factor representing the strength of a country’s external sector.
Asian stocks traded higher on Tuesday, tracking a US equity rebound as the prospect of very gradual policy tightening tempers some of the concerns abo