FII and DII Trading activity – February 2019

FII and DII Trading February 2019

FII and DII Trading activity – February 2019

On 14th February, it was not a Valentine’s Day this year in India. About 40 Soldiers were killed in a Major Suicide attack in the Pulwama District of Jammu and Kashmir. In response, the Indian Air Force (IAF) attacked the terrorist where they stayed in the Balakot of Pakistan.

It was reported that 300 Terrorists were destroyed by the IAF in the Balakot Air Strike. The Stock Market, which had been in the place of Down trend for more than ten days in the period of February 2019. It was getting to climb a little over the next three days, meanwhile the tensions in the border between India and Pakistan were also caused a Staggering moment in the Indian Stock Market.

Pakistan’s KSE (Karachi Index) reported a tumor in the border on Wednesday (27-02-2019), with a loss of more than 4 percent or about 1500 points. The Nifty and Sensex too volatile in the said period of IAF Air Strike. Generally, the Terror attack and Trade war were the recent factors that are highly influential in the Indian Stock Market.

At present, the market are ahead of upcoming Elections. The tension between the two countries has now been reduced. US-China Trade war is also expected to end this month – March 2019. For the FII (Foreign Institutional Investors), the month of February 2019 is a positive one with their trading activity in the Indian Share Market.

The Foreign Institutional Investors had a total net purchase of Rs. 13,564 Crore in the month of February, on the other side the Domestic Investors had a total net sales of Rs. (-568) Crore in the above said period. Foreign Investors were had only 6 negative trades (Net Sales) out of 20 Trading days in the February 2019.

For the Domestic Institutional Investors(DII) had 12 days of Positive and 8 days of Negative trades in the last month. The DII had a Gross purchase of Rs. 67,192 Crore and Gross Sales of Rs. 67,758 Crore for the entire period of 20 Trading days. On the other hand, the FII had a gross purchase of Rs. 1,09909 Crore and with the gross sales of Rs. 96,345 Crore in the month of February.

You can see the FII data tells that they are selling for the consecutive three days after the Pulwama Attack and then they are aggressive on Purchase continuously by Seven Days. The DII had sold with a highest value of Rs. 5,240 Crore in the last trading day of the month.

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