FII and DII Trading activity – February 2020
The Country’s GDP stood at 4.7 Percent in the October – December 2019 quarter, according to the official report last week. This is the lowest level in the last seven years. The Country’s economic growth which was 7.7 Percent in the early 2018, has started to decline.
Global Economy conditions are not favorable for the current January – March Quarter. Economic growth will be slower in the March 2020 quarter than in the December 2019 quarter.
Most of the Automobile Companies have experienced a spike in their February Sales. There is a possible of downturn in the upcoming months due to uncertainty. Over the past two months, many people have died in China due to Coronavirus – Covid – 19. The impact is spreading rapidly in other nations as well.
Due to Globalization, the above said factor will affect the state policy too. Even it will hurt a small country that is somewhere. The Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) had a Net Sales of Rs. 12,684 Crore in the month of February 2020 in the Indian Equity Market.
On the other side, the Domestic Institutional Investors (DII) had bought shares of worth Rs. 16,933 Crore in the month of February 2020. There are about 20 trading days in the last month, where the FII had the Net sellers for most of the trading days. Comparing to the FII, the domestic investors had bought shares with a positive position for the month of February.
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