FII Investment in india very low

The total investment by FIIs in Indian stock market during 2011-12 is Rs 47,935 crore and which was the ever low in the past 3 years. As per the SEBI data, In 2010-11 it was Rs 1.1 lakh crore and Rs 96,857 crore during fiscal year 2009-10.
The same kind of trouble situation happened in 2008. In 2008-09 fiscal year, Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) had sold shares worth Rs 47,706 crore which brought the market completely down. Because of global economy slowdown,inflation, interest rates, revised norms and the rupee fall made the foreign investors to be very cautious in financial year 2011-12.
But in Jan-March 2012 period of the fiscal saw good FII inflows in the market. In Rs 47,935 crore, Rs 43,951 crore came during the last quarter of FY12. with the current FII inflows the market will be looking good in the near future and one can start investing from now on.
"FIIs have been infusing money into the Indian market due to change in RBI's monetary policy that has added liquidity to the system. This liquidity will help in growth of the country," Wellindia executive director Hemant Mamtani said."Indian market will continue to witness inflows in the whole year, if the liquidity conditions remain strong," he added.


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