Expert Opinion on Buying and Selling of FIIs

13 Jun, 2022

Foreign investors have continued to withdraw from Indian equities markets, withdrawing nearly Rs14,000 crore so far this month, concerned about the developments on the global and domestic fronts. Net outflows from equities by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have reached Rs1.81 lakh crore so far in 2022, according to depositories data.

In addition to stocks, FIIs withdraw Rs600 crore from the debt market during the period under review. They've been drawing money from the debt side nonstop since February. Experts believe that, given the risk-reward ratio and rising interest rates in the United States, Indian debt may not be an appealing investment option for international investors.

Other emerging economies, besides India, have seen outflows this month, including Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand, and the Philippines.

Gaurang Shah's opinion on selling of FIIs

  • India's GDP growth rate better

  • FIIs sometimes sell at the bottom and buy at the top

  • The market has moved beyond the buying and selling of FIIs

  • The market will be strengthened by the purchase of local investors

  • Monsoon expected good yield in agriculture sector

  • Don't copy FIIs

  • Have the ability to take risks

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