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Institutional Holdings

Explanation: Institutional Holdings refer to the collective ownership of a company’s shares by institutional investors such as mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies, and hedge funds. These entities pool funds from individual and institutional investors and invest them in various financial instruments, including stocks. Institutional investors play a significant role in financial markets, often holding substantial ownership stakes in publicly traded companies.

Institutional holdings can be classified into:

  • Foreign Institutional Investors (FII): These are institutional investors based outside the country where they invest.
  • Domestic Institutional Investors (DII): These are institutional investors based within the country where they invest.
  • Government: Government entities may also hold institutional holdings in companies, particularly in state-owned enterprises or strategic industries.

Example: TCS has a total Institutional holding of 21.99% of December 2023. This means that institutional investors collectively own 21.99% of TCS’s outstanding shares. Institutional holdings can influence stock prices and market sentiment, as institutional investors often make large-scale investments based on their analysis of a company’s fundamentals, growth prospects, and industry dynamics. Monitoring institutional holdings prstock andights into the confidence and interest of professional investors in a particular company’s stock, and understanding the composition of institutional holdings allows for a deeper understanding of the investor landscape.

You can view the Total Institutional Holdings and their breakdown for any company on Radar in the Shareholding section.

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