Sunday, 27 August 2017

Foreign ownership in BSE-200 rises by 43 bps to 24.93%


Foreigners have ramped up their ownership in domestic equities during the three months to June by 43 basis points to 24.93 percent, which is only a tad less than than the promoters' holdings, according to an industry report.

While foreigners own USD 388 billion in the BSE-200 index companies, domestic institutions investors (DIIs) account for only USD 271 billion, or 12.2 per cent, marginally up from 11.8 per cent three months ago, according to the data collated by domestic brokerage Kotak Securities.
This is 24.93 percent of the USD 1.557 trillion of market cap of the index, which is the single largest ownership of the domestic market, according to the report. In March FPIs' ownership in markets was 24.55 percent.

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