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This paper investigates the e ect of foreign institutional investors on the sta- bility of Chinese stock markets. Previous literature views this investor group as destabilizing feedback traders. We use the abolition of ownership restrictions on A shares as a natural experiment. There is strong evidence that foreign in- stitutions have a stabilizing e ect on Chinese stock markets and contribute to market e ciency. This nding is robust across exchanges, sample periods, size quintiles and alternative model speci cations. By contrast, domestic investors appear to engage in positive feedback trading. Our results have important ...
Chinese mainland stock exchanges were previously closed off to foreign investors due to China's exercise of tight capital controls which restrict the movement of assets in-and-out of the country. As of February 2009, a total of 79 foreign institutional investors have been approved under the QFII program. Foreign access to China's yuan-denominated "A" stocks are still limited, with quotas placed under the QFII program amounting to US$30 billion.
BGR Energy Looks To Raise Rs 350Cr By Diluting 5-6% Stake | VCCircle
Chennai-based BGR Energy Systems Ltd, a heavy electrical equipment maker, is hitting the road for raising around Rs 350 crore by diluting 5-6% stake. The company's road shows are already underway as it looks to support its capex and possibly bring down promoter stake to 75%, which will also meet the upcoming requirement of 25% minimum float, sources tracking the development said. The Rs 3,000-crore company may look at issuing preferential shares, or could explore stake sale by promoter, as it talks to a clutch of foreign institutional investors for fundraising. One source said, the company was exploring stake dilution at a ... market research, surveys and trends
Investment From Abroad is Right or Wrong?
One of the outstanding features of globalization in the financial services industry is the increased access provided to non-local investors in several major stock markets of the world. Increasingly, stock markets from emerging markets permit institutional investors to trade in their domestic markets. Indian stock market opened to Foreign Institutional Investors in 14th September 1992, initially with lot of restrictions. The regulation on them are liberalized and minimized now, since 1993 has received a considerable amount of portfolio investment from foreigners in the form if FIIs investment in equities. This has become a ... market research, surveys and trends


Asian Development Outlook 2001 - Part II. Economic Trends and ...
As reforms have slowed, the impulses to economic growth generated by earlier reforms have almost faded. Furthermore, structural impediments have prevented the economy from taking full advantage of the liberalized economic environment. A concerted effort is thus needed to prevent the economy from slipping to a slower growth path of 5�6 percent in the medium term, that is, well below the Government�s target of 9 percent. The optimism that prevailed at the beginning of 2000 over the prospects for economic expansion became more muted in the face of unfavorable weather conditions and sluggish industrial recovery. The real GDP growth ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Hynix Creditors Sell 6.7% Stake for 923.2 Billion Won (Update2 ...
March 16 (Bloomberg) -- Hynix Semiconductor Inc. creditors sold a 923.2 billion won ($814 million) stake in the world’s second-largest maker of computer-memory chips after three failed attempts. The shares rose after they were sold at no discount. Hynix creditors sold 39.28 million shares at 23,500 won apiece, the stock’s closing price yesterday, to domestic and foreign institutional investors, main lender Korea Exchange Bank said in a statement today. The shares, representing 6.7 percent of the company, were offered yesterday at 22,800 won to 23,500 won apiece. Better-than-expected chip prices will help Hynix post ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
June quarter sees intense churning by FIIs
Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) have actively churned their holdings in Indian companies in the quarter ended June 30, 2010. They have increased stake in six out of every 10 companies and their holdings have gone down in the rest. Domestic funds and retail investors have been more circumspect, preferring to reduce their stake in more companies. Ninety-seven companies from the BSE-500 basket have announced the shareholding pattern for the June quarter to the stock exchanges so far. External investors have hiked their holding in 55 of these companies while they have cut their stake in 40 companies. Changes in shareholding ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
MSCI Announces the Results of the 2010 Annual Market Classification Review
GENEVA, Jun 21, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- MSCI Inc. , a leading provider of investment decision support tools worldwide, announced today that there will be no changes in market classification as part of the 2010 Annual Market Classification Review. All countries that were considered for potential reclassification will remain under review for the 2011 Annual Market Classification Review. MSCI also released today the 2010 Global Market Accessibility Review for each of the markets under its coverage. As a reminder, every June MSCI communicates its conclusions following ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Foreign Institutional Investors: Investment Preferences in India
growing markets have made India an attractive destination for foreign institutional investors. (FIIs). Portfolio investments brought in by FIIs have been ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
foreign institutional investors have opened over seven thousand accounts for .... Foreign institutional investors' share of securities trading was only 1.7 ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Portfolio Preferences of Foreign Institutional Investors Reena ...
Portfolio Preferences of Foreign Institutional Investors. Abstract. This paper examines the investment allocation choices of actively-managed U.S. mutual ...
  1. profile image jeetesh21 FIIs net bought Rs 1583 crore in F on Monday: The foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net buyers of Rs...
  2. profile image sansankar FIIs net bought Rs 1583 crore in F on Monday: The foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net buyers of Rs 158...
  3. profile image India_IN FIIs net bought Rs 1583 crore in F on Monday: The foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net buyers of Rs 1583.89 crore in future...
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Sensex refers to "Sensitivity Index" and is generally associated with the stock market indices. There are currently two major stock exchanges in India, The Bombay Stock exchange (BSE) and The... Impact of Foreign Institutional Investors in Indian economy? FI investment is a part of FDI. Foreign Institutional Investors are the instrument of FDI which specifically invests in finance sector of the economy. Answer. FI investment is a part of FDI. Foreign... How do you invest in a foreign stock market ? hai Evey Body; first of all complitly know about company and products then now how is going and how will be go in future ...
What is the meaning of FDI and FIIs? - Yahoo! Answers
With foreign investments in critical sectors becoming a controversial issue, RBI and finance ministry have asked the department of industrial planning and promotion to define FDI and FII unambiguously. The initiative also comes close on the government's plans to enhance the limits for foreign investment in some of the key financial key sectors. The definition change could have a large scale impact on how foreign investors tap into the growing Indian story. As per current guidelines, FIIs can invest only up to 24% in a company. Further investments would need special approval from the company's board and in any ...