An Impact of Foreign Institutional Investors on National Stock Exchange

Authors

  • Seema Thakur GNIOT College, Management Department,Gr .Noida, India.
  • Khan Ilya Associate Professor, KCC Institute of Management, Gr.Noida, India.
  • Alam gair Asstt.Professor, School of Business studies, Sharda University, Gr.Noida, India.

Keywords:

FII, NSE, SEBI, BSE

Abstract

Foreign Institutional Investor refers to an institution established or incorporated outside India, which proposes to make investment in India stock market. In order to trade in Indian equity market foreign corporations must register with the Securities and Exchange Board of India as an international institutional investor. One of the major market regulations pertaining to FIIs involves placing limits on FII ownership in Indian companies. In order to invest in the stock market, it is very necessary that foreign investors have a good idea about NSE, BSE….etc. There are Institutional investors that include hedge funds, insurance companies, pension funds and mutual funds. According to research there are 1484 FIIs and 38 foreign brokers registered to securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI). This paper attempts to study the impact of FIIs variation on NSE& The relationship between them.

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2021-09-03

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