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What is the minning of FII ?

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Asked by ilesh ponkia, 06 Feb '08 09:47 am
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Fear of capital flows is, in part, rooted in their incomprehensibility. The process of removing capital controls in India is leading to a buildup of empirical experience with financial globalisation.

An examination of data about FII inflows into India yields fascinating explanations at the level of both macroeconomics and firm characteristics.

FIIs have convertibility on the equity market, and this is the most important single element of India's de jure openness. It is, hence, important to study FII flows.

Between March 2001 and March 2007, the market value of shares owned by FIIs went up from $9.7 billion to $124 billion. What was going on here? What explains FII flows?

A fairly long time-series of monthly data for net FII inflows is now available. A problem with this time-series is that when inflows are expressed in million dollars per month, the values for the early years are very small when compared with recent values. In the statistical analysis, ...more
Answered by chaitali srivastava, 06 Feb '08 09:51 am

 
  
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