FIIS

AcronymDefinition
FIISFire Island National Seashore (US National Park Service)
FIISForeign Institutional Investor
FIISFidelity Investments Institutional Services (Fidelity Investments Institutional Operations Company, Inc.)
FIISFarm Income Insurance Scheme (Department of Agriculture & Cooperation; India)
FIISFitzroy Industry and Infrastructure Study (Fitzroy- Rockhampton, Australia)
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Domestic institutional investors sold equities to the tune of Rs7.20 billion, while Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) bought shares worth a net Rs16.74 billion, provisional data showed.
REAG relies on well-defined investment processes for FIIs and FIMs.
While some feel, it would come into effect from April 1 and that could put further pressure on the rupee with FIIs moving away from India, the likes of Singhania do not agree.
Of the total Rs 7,287 crore subscription that has come in, Rs 5,325 crore came in from insurance companies and Rs 925 crore from FIIs.
The bank's report said, 'Foreign investor sentiment has dipped sharply, with FIIs withdrawing over USD7bn of funds so far from Asian equities in 2016 (up to January 24).
In February so far FIIs have remained net sellers to the tune of $348 million.
The FIIs were net sellers in the capital market segment during the week under review due to the global volatility.
Hence, FIIs are expected to gain from capital appreciation on bonds as well.
6 of 2013 that FIIs investment will not be permitted in companies intending to manufacture defence items has brought the entire process of issuance of industrial licenses to domestic private sector companies to a standstill and, therefore, it needs to be reviewed.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the country's market regulator, said that FIIs can now buy government bonds without purchase permits from it until the overall investment reaches 90%.
Most FIIs sold as their lenders, facing a cash crunch in their home markets, asked them to bring their money back.
The $5bn increase shall be available for investments only to foreign institutional investors (FIIs) registered with Sebi under the categories of SWFs, multilateral agencies, endowment funds, insurance funds, pension funds and foreign central banks.