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Month of September :

DateGross Purchase (FII)Gross Sales (FII)Net Purchase / Sales(FII)Gross Purchase (DII)Gross Sales (DII)Net Purchase / Sales(DII)
Month till date18,239.3920,538.49-2,299.1012,388.9412,106.55282.39
02-Sep-20226,332.116,340.90-8.795,646.076,314.81-668.74
01-Sep-202211,907.2814,197.59-2,290.316,742.875,791.74951.13
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Month of August :

DateGross Purchase (FII)Gross Sales (FII)Net Purchase / Sales(FII)Gross Purchase (DII)Gross Sales (DII)Net Purchase / Sales(DII)
Month till date193,337.27171,311.6522,025.62117,263.25124,331.88-7,068.63
30-Aug-202216,145.2511,979.394,165.866,519.547,176.26-656.72
29-Aug-20225,253.275,814.49-561.226,370.856,226.77144.08
26-Aug-20226,125.886,177.00-51.125,408.574,954.98453.59
25-Aug-20226,813.776,444.71369.065,678.306,012.61-334.31
24-Aug-20227,251.047,227.8523.194,986.065,308.40-322.34
23-Aug-20227,652.457,089.45563.005,575.905,791.10-215.20
22-Aug-20226,625.437,079.20-453.776,533.576,618.63-85.06
19-Aug-20227,018.495,907.591,110.905,683.427,316.63-1,633.21
18-Aug-20228,396.7410,102.74-1,706.007,491.597,020.80470.79
17-Aug-20228,665.91 6,318.692,347.225,729.846,240.07-510.23
16-Aug-202219,799.10 18,422.261,376.845,260.395,396.63-136.24
12-Aug-20228,260.135,219.673,040.465,752.426,591.87-839.45
11-Aug-20229,030.90 6,732.822,298.085,758.116,487.67-729.56
10-Aug-20229,357.948,296.061,061.885,466.366,234.81-768.45
08-Aug-202215,834.69 14,384.991,449.705,126.305,267.03-140.73
05-Aug-20228,348.696,742.881,605.817,260.627,756.56-495.94
04-Aug-20228,705.19 7,230.421,474.775,255.265,302.05-46.79
03-Aug-202210,148.589,383.41765.175,865.376,383.79-518.42
02-Aug-20227,526.336,701.15825.186,208.866,091.07117.79
01-Aug-202216,377.4914,056.882,320.615,331.926,154.15-822.23
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Month of July :

Date Gross Purchase (FII)Gross Sales (FII)Net Purchase / Sales(FII)Gross Purchase (DII)Gross Sales (DII)Net Purchase / Sales(DII)
Month till date143,497.20150,064.91-6,567.71120,405.31 109,859.2910,546.02
29-July-20228,787.997,317.821,470.17446.62894.11-447.49
28-July-202212,072.895,621.806,451.09575.061,314.50-739.44
27-July-20224,892.174,986.17-94155.07693.60-538.53
26-July-20224,034.035,311.75-1,277.721,122.07941.38180.69
25-July-202213,631.4814,206.24-574.76194.861,115.49-920.63
22-July-20225,351.045,966.13-615.091,018.911,849.27-830.36
21-Jul-20228,274.086,399.101,874.981,422.33925.75496.58
20-Jul-20227,606.045,825.101,780.946,032.736,262.95-230.22
19-Jul-20226,177.595,201.19976.405,085.735,186.46-100.73
18-Jul-202215,055.0114,898.93156.086,273.775,429.44844.33
15-Jul-20225,300.676,950.03-1,649.365,278.664,219.201,059.46
14-Jul-20227,139.026,829.96309.064,224.294,780.69-556.40
13-Jul-20225,093.207,932.72-2,839.526,217.624,418.401,799.22
12-Jul-20224,650.666,216.34 -1,565.683,493.933,353.22140.71
11-Jul-20225,294.475,464.98-170.514,558.104,855.09-296.99
8-Jul-20226,319.876,429.18-109.315,321.645,287.0334.61
7-Jul-20225,847.896,773.11-925.226,974.095,993.50980.59
6-Jul-20227,355.767,685.89-330.137,751.446,287.111,464.33
5-Jul-20226,675.595,379.751,295.845,191.055,448.64-257.59
4-Jul-20223,981.286,130.84-2,149.566,461.144,772.751,688.39
1-Jul-20224,979.597,304.33-2,324.746,588.465,277.751,310.71
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Month of June :

Date Gross Purchase (FII)Gross Sales (FII)Net Purchase / Sales(FII)Gross Purchase (DII)Gross Sales (DII)Net Purchase / Sales(DII)
Month till date111,267.07168,241.39-56,974.32127,855.3882,634.3545,221.03
30-Jun-20229,684.5410,822.59-1,138.056,230.964,852.761,378.20
29-Jun-20225,946.836,797.89-851.068,308.267,460.80847.46
28-Jun-20225,348.856,593.29-1,244.445,177.243,971.611,205.63
27-Jun-20224,539.255,817.67-1,278.425,101.293,916.821,184.47
24-Jun-20224,658.857,012.62-2,353.775,651.603,438.162,2438.31
23-Jun-20224,603.676,922.73-2,319.614,861.573,002.501,859.07
22-Jun-20224,516.037,436.64-2,920.614,861.573,002.501,859.07
21-Jun-20224,617.837,319.04-2,701.216,527.223,460.813,066.41
20-Jun-20224,355.025,572.14-1,217.126,099.484,006.092,093.39
17-Jun-202210,292.6318,111.24-7,818.619,889.703,802.786,086.92
16-Jun-20224,573.977,831.62-3,257.656,604.584,675.441,929.14
15-Jun-20223,943.457,474.60-3,531.155,417.162,829.162,588.00
14-Jun-20224,423.528,925.77-4,502.257,035.273,227.673,807.60
13-Jun-20223,927.388,091.39-4,164.016,969.984,155.482,814.05
10-Jun-20224,287.938,261.88-3,973.956,105.563,274.492,831.07
09-Jun-20226,196.557,709.19-1,512.645,297.493,672.591,624.90
08-Jun-20225,468.827,953.07-2,484.255,508.573,604.241,904.33
07-Jun-20225,637.327,931.07-2,293.285,062.403,751.261,311.14
06-Jun-20224,546.526,944.17-2,397.655,593.213,653.211,940.00
03-Jun-20225,804.839,575.34-3,770.516,890.494,529.982,360.51
02-Jun-20227,131.807,583.62-451.824,677.174,546.54130.63
01-Jun-20226,446.028,376.18-1,930.165,457.084,472.97984.11
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FIIs – Foreign Institutional Investors : (an overview)

Institutional investors in India can be both foreign investors and domestic investors. When India opened its market to foreign investments, they were called Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs). To streamline the process of foreign investments in India, the government introduced new Foreign Portfolio Investor (FPI) regulations in 2014. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) implemented these regulations. In short, FIIs are known as a single foreign investor or a group of foreign investors who bring foreign portfolio investment.

An FII invests in securities in another country, and can hold up to 10% equity in a company.

Until the 1980s, the Indian stock market was majorly driven by traditional market players such as retail investors, partnerships, HUF, companies, societies, and trusts. Also, the nation’s development strategy was concentrated on import substitution, debt inflows, and official development assistance.

However, post liberalisation of the Indian economy in 1991, FIIs have been allowed to invest in Indian stock markets. Securities such as shares, debentures, and warrants issued by Indian companies and schemes issued by the domestic fund houses formed the primary investment medium for FIIs. India is one of the emerging global economies, offering a higher growth opportunity than many other developing nations, has emerged as an attractive investment destination amongst the foreign institutional investor community over the last couple of decades.

Comprising of hedge funds, mutual funds, insurance companies, and investment banks, FIIs have emerged as the primary source of an international fund to the Indian economy and have helped businesses by providing the required capital. With the steady rise of FII investment in India, they have also emerged as crucial market movers as they generally tend to purchase and sell securities in mammoth quantities.

DIIs – Domestic institutional investors : (an overview)

Domestic Institutional Investors are institutions like insurance companies, mutual fund houses, pension funds, or provident funds. DIIs generally pool money from the small investors of the country and then trade in different securities and assets of the country. Based on the current economic trend and the political scenario in the country, the DIIs invest in a different class of financial assets and securities, both traded and non-traded. Like the FIIs, over the years, DIIs have also emerged to become an essential source of domestic funds for the companies and play a significant role in the economy’s net investment flow.

Today, both FII and DII have emerged to become critical enablers of the Indian business community and economy as they have been able to provide capital funding to the business houses sustainably. Foreign portfolio investors or FPIs play a vital role in the Indian stock market. They own nearly 18-20% of the value of shares traded on the Bombay Stock Exchange, according to the data on the custody of shares held by the National Securities Depository Ltd or NSDL.

How FIIs and DIIs impact the equity markets :

The major trading in the stock market is dominated by institutional investors. However, in the recent past there are some changing trends. In 2021, retail investors dominated the market and had a share of 45%, up by 12% compared to 2016. But still institutional investors are known as the market makers. That is because they trade in a much larger quantity of securities than an average individual investor. Stock prices can rise and fall depending on their trading activities. Though this impact may be short-term, it affects the market when anyone buys or sells shares in large quantities. The presence of these investors also provides the necessary thrust to the market.

When a foreign investor invests in a market, it shows investor confidence in that market. If more foreign investors invest in India, our economy and our markets will look more attractive for other investors. It also helps in keeping positive cash flows in the capital account and balance any deficit in the current account.

As institutional investors have the advantage of performing a better due diligence compared to individual investors, a higher institutional stake in any company is considered a positive sign for a stock. But this can’t be the sole criteria for investment; other factors also need to be evaluated before making any investment.

> You can check the FII and DII buy/sell data on the NSE website here – https://www1.nseindia.com/products/content/equities/equities/fii_dii_market_today.htm

Conclusion :

Since they can make the market move as they trade in large quantities, institutional investors are rightly called the “whales of MARKET”. As an investor, apart from taking into consideration other factors, you need to look at FIIs and DIIs to understand how the market will move.

The above overview is adopted from ICICI Direct and Moneycontrol.

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