FII outflow moderates to ₹252 crore, DIIs infuse ₹823 crore with Nifty 50 up 1% on week; What lies ahead?
Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) continued to sell on Friday, November 10, although volume eased due to a hawkish pause in interest rates by the US Federal Reserve as well as a decline in crude oil prices. The domestic institutional investors (DIIs) tried to counterbalance the sell-off as emerging net buyers folded in ₹823 crore in Indian stocks today.
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