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Will FIIs remain excited by the Indian markets?

Monday, July 23, 2007

The month of July 2007 saw huge fund inflows from Foreign Institutional Investors, FIIs into the Indian markets. The inflow is to the tune of Rs 21,450 crore, which was equivalent to first 6 months figure for CY07.

However, Mutual Funds, MFs turned net sellers at Rs 900 crore in the market. So one can see that mutual funds have acted in the opposite direction of the FIIs.

If one sees the total inflow for the current year uptill now, FIIs have pumped in Rs 40,382 crore. Interestingly, in the year 2005 FIIs pumped in their best, which was Rs 47,000, according to the currency, which was listing in 2005.

The year still has 5 months to go, so one could expect to surpass the Rs 47,000 mark of 2005.

The month of July was 5x greater than the month of June with money inflow due to the DLF IPO and ICICI Bank FPO. In June FIIs were net buyers, at Rs 8381.40

FIIs and MFs investments over the years



Year

FII

MF

% Chg Sensex

2007

40382

-919

10.16

2006

36540

14484

32.52

2005

47182

13295

30.77

2004

39167

1911

-5.61

2003

30559

422

31.36

2002

3848

-2967

-7.85

2001

13295

-5011

-28.91

FIIs and MFs investments during the month of July every year

Month

FII

MF

Jul-07

21451

-1207

Jul-06

1145

-81

Jul-05

7934

393

Jul-04

914

-470

Jul-03

2447

71

Jul-02

349

-288

Jul-01

723

-446

Jul-00

-1418

-248

Posted by FR at 11:15 PM  

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