According to Sebi data, total value of P-Notes investment in Indian markets (equity, debt and derivatives) declined to Rs 2,35,534 crore at the end of December from Rs 2,54,600 crore in the previous month.
Explaining the rationale behind the split, Analjit Singh said at a press conference: "Over the years, we have been told that a lot of investors are interested in parts of what we do, but not necessarily the entire piece."
According to Amisha Vora of Prabhudas Lilladher the largecaps currently seemed to be poised interestingly and so would be a good time to start looking at them.
The Reserve Bank of India on Monday notified that foreign institutional investors/registered foreign portfolios investors (RFPIs) can now invest up to 49 percent of the paid up capital of SITI Cable under the portfolio investment scheme.
There will be a very good mix of small and mid-sized IPO, coupled with a few large ones in 2016, says V Jayasankar of Kotak Investment Banking.
Going ahead, Udayan Mukherjee believes liquidity for emerging markets is going to continue to shrink, considering FIIs have been selling out of most emerging markets.
The central bank said the foreign shareholding by FIIs/RFPIs in V-Mart Retail have gone below the revised threshold limit.
â€œFIIs/ RFPIs can now invest up to 45 percent of the paid up capital of Jubilant Life Science under the Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS),â€ a RBI statement said.
The Government of India currently has 79.65 percent equity shareholding in the company while foreign institutional investors have 9.04 percent stake and domestic institutional investors 8.44 percent stake as of September 2015.
"Registered foreign portfolios investors/foreign institutional investors/qualified foreign investors can now invest up to 12 percent and non resident Indians (NRIs)/ persons of Indian origin (PIO) up to 2 percent of the paid up capital of Pipavav Defence under portfolio investment scheme (PIS)," the Reserve Bank said.
This defeat may force the government to review its policies and wonder whether a more left of centre kind of an approach may be more beneficial in the run up to the UP election in 2017, which is more important than Bihar, says CNBC-TV18 consultant Udayan Mukherjee
The RBI today stated that the company has passed resolutions at its Board of Directors' level and a special resolution by the shareholders, agreeing for enhancing the limit for the purchase of its equity shares and convertible debentures by FIIs/RFPIs.
"The government will continue to take necessary reforms measures to improve the state of the economy and also to strengthen the inherent stability factor in our economy."
This is both because of the fundamental merits of the local fixed income market and also because the government continues to open the market gradually to foreign capital, says the GREED & Fear newsletter of brokerage house CLSA
Under Indian rules, government debt is usually sold via auction - rather than "on tap" for most foreign investors once they use more than 90 percent of the total debt limits.
Hemant Thukral of Aditya Birla Money is of the view that Nifty will range between 8050 and 8100 with a stop loss of 7850.
As per data available on BSE, FIIs held 22.16 percent stake in the company as of quarter ended June 2015.
The Supreme Court in its order said the Castleton matter is now laid to rest as the government has agreed to abide by the MAT circular. Post this, no dispute remains in the Castleton case, the apex court said.
The Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday notified that foreign institutional investors/registered foreign portfolios investors can now invest up to 49 percent of paid up capital of Eveready Industries India under the portfolio investment scheme.
Neeraj Deewan of Quantum Securities believes the short-term commentary will be back to what is happening in China and our own interest rates. This in turn can lead to volatility in the market
In an interview to CNBC-TV18's Shereen Bhan, Edelweiss Group Chairman and CEO Rashesh Shah says that much of the recent outflows can be attributed to short term players like exchange traded funds.
The Reserve Bank of India on Monday notified that foreign institutional investors/registered foreign portfolios investors/qualified foreign investors can now invest up to 40 percent of the paid up capital of Maruti under the portfolio investment scheme.
RBI monitors the ceilings on FII/NRI/PIO investments in Indian companies on a daily basis and has fixed the cut-off points two percentage points lower than the actual ceiling.
Overall there was a global consolidation ahead of Federal Reserve's two-day meeting beginning September 17.
Equity mutual funds have witnessed net inflows for sixteen consecutive months till August, aggregating to USD 19 billion, the longest and highest streak of inflows on record