FII and DII activity in the cash market from 11th to 15th September, 2023

During the week beginning September 11 and concluding September 15, 2023, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs) made net purchases in the cash market totaling 164.42 crores and 1938.57 crores, respectively.



9/16/20232 min read

Domestic institutional investors, also known as DIIs, and foreign institutional investors, generally known as FIIs, are two of the biggest players on the Indian stock market. The abbreviations for these two categories of investors are FII and DII, respectively. FIIs are foreign investors who buy Indian equities, while DIIs are domestic investors. Mutual funds, insurance firms, and pension funds are a few examples of DIIs. Indian shares are often bought by FIIs, or foreign institutional investors.

Investors closely monitor the activity of both domestic institutional investors (DIIs) and foreign institutional investors (FIIs) in the cash market since their actions might provide information about the market's mood as a whole.

The fact that both international institutional investors and local institutional investors have been making net purchases of stocks is encouraging for the Indian stock market. It indicates that local and international investors are ready to buy government shares and have favorable opinions of the Indian economy. The fact that they purchased government shares demonstrates this. Additionally, according to the research, local investors are more eager to purchase Indian shares than overseas investors are. This contradicts the preceding finding.

Let's examine in more detail the many FII and DII occurrences that occur throughout the course of the seven days of the week:

On the first trading day of the week, FIIs were in charge of 1,473.09 crores in net purchases. The event occurred on September 11th. Additionally, a total of 366.24 billion rupees was used to acquire DIIs on a net basis.

Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were in charge of a net selling total of 1047.19 crores of rupees on September 12. The net purchase amount of 259.49 crores indicates that domestic institutional investors, often known as DIIs, have not slowed down their purchasing in spite of this.

On September 13, a Wednesday, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) sold a total of 1,631.63 crores daily. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net sellers on this particular day, taking in a total of 849.86 crores more than they did the day before.

On September 14, the foreign institutional investors (FIIs) made a net purchase of 294,69 crores of rupees. DIIs, another type of net purchasers, made net purchases worth a total of 50.80 crore.

On September 15, the day after the market opened, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) made a net purchase of 164.42 crores of Indian rupees. Indirect investment companies (DIIs), which accounted for a total net purchase volume of 1,938.57 crores, were also regarded as net purchasers.

Overall, the Indian stock market had a good week as both local and international institutional investors net purchased shares in the cash market. While domestic institutional investors are referred to as DIIs, foreign institutional investors are referred to as FIIs. This shows both Indian and international investors are optimistic about the Indian economy and willing to buy Indian-based stocks.

It is crucial to keep in mind that there are many factors that have an influence on the stock market, and FII and DII activity is only one of them. Several factors impact stocks. Company earnings, economic growth, and interest rates important. Options should be considered before investing.