Jagran Business Special - FII's Return to India - Must Watch

Publish Date: 26 Jul, 2022 |
 

The market has been buoyed by foreign investor purchases and the quarter's excellent results. See our special report to find out what these favourable signs mean for the market.

FIIs return to India

FIIs- Day wise (Jul 18- Jul 22)

Buy-Sell(Rs in Crore)

Monday

156

Tuesday

976

Wednesday

1781

Thursday

1799

Friday

-675

Net Buy

4,037

 

India benefits from fall in commodity prices

Commodity

52 W- High Level

Current Price

Fall From High

Brent Crude ($/bbl)

139.13

103.61

25%

Gold (Ounce/$)

2085.20

1725.30

17%

Urea (Ton/$)

1000

555

45%

Natural Gas (mmbtu/$)

9.664

8.305

14%

Steel (Yuan/MT)

6198

3829

38%

Copper (Pound/$)

5.01

3.32

34%

Aluminium (Ton/$)

3966

2469

38%

Rubber (Kg/$)

185

155

16%

Sunflower Oil (Ton/$)

2400

1500

38%

Wheat (Bushel/$)

1340

755

44%

Cotton (lbs/$)

155.93

91.18

42%

 

Indian companies' results mixed, outlook better

Company

Results

Outlook

TCS

Muted

Positive

Federal Bank

Positive

Positive

HDFC Bank

Muted

Positive

Mindtree

Positive

Positive

Indusind Bank

Positive

Positive

HUL

Positive

Positive

Ambuja

Muted

Neutral

Jindal Steel

Muted

Positive

ICICI Bank

Positive

Positive

Reliance

Below Expectations

Positive

Infosys

Muted

Positive

 

Boost the Indian Economy by Purchasing Oil at a Discount from Russia

India imports 85 percent of its crude oil each year.

Oil accounts for roughly 20% of India's total import bill.

India gains Rs 16700 crore from the $1/bbl discount.

Russia is offering a $35/bbl discount.

Prior to the Ukraine war, India purchased only 3% of its oil from Russia.

Following the Ukraine war, Russia's oil purchases increased by 20%.


In the Russo-Ukraine War, there was a lack of aggression.

Russia and Ukraine agreed to reduce Russia's attacks on Ukraine.

Other Western countries are slowly preparing for war.

What is the meaning of FIIs?

The portfolio investment scheme allows Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs), Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), and Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) to invest in India's primary and secondary capital markets (PIS).


Who are India's FIIs?

FPIs/FIIs (Foreign Portfolio Investors/Foreign Institutional Investors) have been a major driver of India's financial markets, investing Rs. 50,089 crore (US$ 7.06 billion) in the calendar year 2021. Because of its well-developed primary and secondary markets, the country has attracted FIIs/FPIs.





 

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