pradeep pardeshi on Sat, Jan 24th, 2015 2:04:18 pm
Thanks Madam for this informative article
Bhagyashree Joglekar on Mon, Jan 12th, 2015 2:27:14 pm
An eyeopener, the general perception is that since equities have given very good returns in the past few months,FIIs are higher on equities than then debt,in reality it is just the opposite.Thank you, madam for this posting.
Chandan Hande on Sat, Jan 10th, 2015 2:30:27 am
As a retail Indian Investor this story inspires me to allocate long term funds into Equity(100%) by End of Jan 2015
Venkataramana on Fri, Jan 9th, 2015 10:21:03 pm
Good observation madam with comprehensive data.One things needs to know is that FII outflow brings in negative returns and it is high time indian (institutional and large no of retail)investors start investing in the capital market to avoid future shock as the global markets are uncertain and equity being the best asset class beating inflation is well known in the long run.. Hope the government and Not for Profit Organization takes necessary steps to bring in capital money through new innovative schemes and education across the country !!
VINODBHAI VADVALA on Fri, Jan 9th, 2015 2:52:16 pm
JAY SHREE KRISNA
Very nice informative
GOD BLESS YOU
DEEP on Fri, Jan 9th, 2015 7:25:39 am
very nice and informative article madam.
Ramasubramanian on Fri, Jan 9th, 2015 4:31:27 am
RBI is nudging corporates to approach Bond markets for working capital rather than depending on Banking system. Hence Bond markets will improve in terms of volume and quality instruments. Coupon on bonds will stabilise may be over about 1% over the 10 year gilts.
krishna kishor tiwari on Thu, Jan 8th, 2015 9:22:14 pm
with stable govt.& positive attitude we are going to grow.US economy is also on growth path.we are hopeful for overall economic recovery.Europe & Japan are making efforts to stimulate there economies.India growth story is intact with new govt.inflow from FIIs in equity may cotinue in2015.