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Money Flow Update: FIIs Shift Focus to Fintech, Churn Consumption Basket

In Promoter Block Deals, DIIs absorb Whirlpool, Swan Energy, and Aavas. They also absorb FIIs selling in Kalyan Jewellers.

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Money Flow Update: FIIs Shift Focus to Fintech, Churn Consumption Basket

FIIs Shift Focus to Fintech: A shift in investment patterns between domestic and foreign investors is occurring on Indian stock markets.

YES Securities analysis found that Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) are increasingly investing in Consumer Services and Financial Technology (Fintech) firms, while Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) are focused on Consumer Durables and well-diversified firms.

Key Points To Note:

  • As a result of reshuffling within the NSE 500 index and higher promoter stakes in major companies like Ambuja Cement and ICICI Lombard, promoters’ stakes have increased for the third consecutive quarter.
  • Promoters’ confidence in their businesses’ long-term prospects is evident here.
  • Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) have significantly reduced their holdings over the last two quarters.
  • It could be due to a variety of factors, such as the volatility of the global market or the desire to find better opportunities elsewhere.
  • Despite a significant rise in Demat accounts, retail investor participation has dipped.
  • In other words, new account holders may be more likely to engage in the Futures and Options (F&O) segment rather than directly buying equities.
  • Promoters of multinational corporations (MNCs) like ITC and Whirlpool benefited from high domestic market valuations by selling stakes last quarter.
  • Whirlpool’s shares were absorbed by domestic institutional investors (DIIs), which increased their stake by 21%.

Consumption basket churned by FIIs, favoured by Financial Technology stocks

In Promoter Block Deals, DIIs absorb Whirlpool, Swan Energy, and Aavas. They also absorb FIIs selling in Kalyan Jewellers.

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A sharp decline in FPI and DII stakes in the media sector was caused by the Zee Entertainment debacle.

In contrast, FPIs have increased their investments in Consumer Services and Financial Tech, while DIIs are increasing their stakes in Consumer Durables and diversified companies.

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