Participatory notes investment of Rs. 79247 Crore in November – SEBI Data

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Participatory notes investment of Rs. 79247 Crore in November – SEBI Data

Participatory Notes is a fancy word for the Overseas Investors.

Participatory Notes are referred as P-Notes or PNs are the investment products are helpful to invest by the overseas investors in the Indian Capital market through the registered Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI). The FPIs are issued the participatory notes to the overseas investors, so they can invest in the Indian share market without registering themselves directly with the SEBI.

SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) is the market regulator, they can permit the Foreign Portfolio Investors to register and participate in the Indian Stock Market. After a 114 months low ofย  FPI investment, it rose to Rs. 79,247 Crore in the month of November 2018.

The Participatory Notes was hit a record high of 4.5 lakh crore rupees in the period of October 2007, it went down drastically for the last three to five years. The Trend said that after the changes in Regulatory for the P-Notes and asked the FII (Foreign Institutional Investors) to reduce their participation, these investments were decreased.

In the Current calendar year 2018, it started with Rs. 119,556 Crore in the January, it was fell down 11 percent in the next month to Rs. 106,760 Crore. In the month of May 2018, the Participatory notes investment went down below to 93,497 Crore rupees.

Last October 2018, the P-Notes were stood at Rs. 66,587 Crore, which was the 114 months low since March 2009. After the low on nearly last decade, the participatory notes were increased to Rs. 79,247 Crore in the month of November 2018.

The Notional value of Offshore Derivative Instruments (ODIs) on equity rose to Rs. Rs. 62,971 Crore from 50,584 Crore rupees. The notional value on Debt market in the November were at Rs. 15,044 Crore from the Rs. 14,563 Crore which came in the October 2018.

The Participatory notes investment on Derivatives market were decreased to Rs. 1,232 Crore in the last month. In the previous month (October), the derivatives investment was at 1,441 Crore rupees as per the SEBI Report.

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