FIIs pump in Rs 631 cr in domestic stock markets
Mumbai: Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) on Thursday made a net investment of Rs 630.94 crore in the Indian stock markets, helping the key indices to gain fairly.
FIIs were the gross buyer of shares worth Rs 2,698.97
crore, while they sold equities valued at Rs 2,068.03 crore,
resulting in a net investment of Rs 630.94 crore, provisional
data available with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) shows.
Domestic institutional investors purchased net shares
worth Rs 182.85 crore.
On Wednesday, overseas investors were the net seller of
shares worth Rs 110.50 crore, the latest data available with
the market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India
Besides, in today`s trade, proprietors also bought shares
worth Rs 125.55 crore, according to the BSE data.
However, non-resident Indians and brokers, on the behalf
of their clients, booked profit and in total were the net
seller of shares worth Rs 335.31 crore.
The BSE`s key index Sensex today closed at 15,518.49, up
3.32 per cent or 498.33 points.
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