FII and DII Trading activity – September 2019
The Indian Stock Market has seen a huge upswing in the two trading days of last September. The Market boom was done due to the announcement of Corporate Tax cut by the Finance Minister. However the contribution of Foreign Investors remains low as economic factors have not yet returned to the Growth Side.
In September 2019, the FII had bought shares of worth Rs. 1.03 Lakh Crore and Sold shares of worth Rs. 1.10 Lakh Crore. So, the Net Sales turned into Rs. 6,624 Crore for the Foreign Investors at the end of Last month.
At the same time, the Domestic Investors had bought shares of Rs. 84,873 Crore and Sold shares of worth Rs. 72,382 Crore. The DII’s Net Purchase stood at Rs. 12,490 Crore.
There were 19 Trading days in the said period. Among these the FII had sold shares for 14 Days. On the other side, the Domestic investors had bought shares for 17 Days, which is seen as positive for the Indian Stock Market.
The Foreign Institutional Investors have been the Net Sellers in the Indian Stock Market Since May 2019. Mid Cap and Small Cap Stocks have seen a Sharp fall in the past 12 months. At the same time, the Large Cap stocks are considered as over valued.
The Worldwide Economic Slowdown is unresolved. The Trade war between the nations, Border Tensions in Oil Manufacturing countries and the slow down in domestic levels are adverse to the Market.
Listed Companies’ Quarterly earnings, Inflation, GDP and RBI Policy are the domestic factors will move the Market in the upcoming days.
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