FII (Foreign Institutional Investor)

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FII (Foreign Institutional Investor)

Explanation: FII, or Foreign Institutional Investor, refers to an entity or organization based outside of the country where it invests, which invests funds in financial assets such as stocks, bonds, or other securities within that country’s financial markets. FIIs include foreign mutual funds, pension funds, hedge funds, insurance companies, and other institutional investors. They play a significant role in global capital markets, providing liquidity, diversification opportunities, and capital inflows to the countries where they invest.

Example: As of December 2023, TCS has a FII holding of 12.46%. This means that foreign institutional investors collectively own 12.46% of TCS’s outstanding shares. FII holdings in a company indicate international investor interest and confidence in the company’s growth prospects and financial performance. FII investments can have a significant impact on stock prices and market sentiment, as they represent large-scale capital inflows from foreign markets. Monitoring FII activity and holdings can provide insights into global investment trends and their implications for individual companies and the broader economy.

You can view the FII value for any company on Radar in the Shareholding section.

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