FII Inflow Data in India since 1993: Debt and Equity



Since the Indian economy was liberalized in 1991 and Foreign institutional investors were allowed to participate in Indian Stock Markets, flood of money has come to Indian equities and debt instruments since then. Though it remained a bit sluggish in initial years but has picked up pace since 2004 when we received around 40000 crores from FIIs. 

In 20 year period between FY-1993 and FY-2013 we had only two years FY-1999 and FY-2008 when FII were net sellers and taken money out. FY-2013 witnessed record inflows of 140000 crores or $26 billion USD which is more than the inflows of first 10 years put together. 

Financial Year
Equity
Debt
Total
1992-93
13
0
13
1993-94
5,127
0
5,127
1994-95
4,796
0
4,796
1995-96
6,942
0
6,942
1996-97
8,546
29
8,575
1997-98
5,267
691
5,958
1998-99
-717
-867
-1,584
1999-00
9,670
453
10,122
2000-01
10,207
-273
9,933
2001-02
8,072
690
8,763
2002-03
2,527
162
2,689
2003-04
39,960
5,805
45,765
2004-05
44,123
1,759
45,881
2005-06
48,801
-7,334
41,467
2006-07
25,236
5,605
30,840
2007-08
53,404
12,775
66,179
2008-09
-47,706
1,895
-45,811
2009-10
110,221
32,438
142,658
2010-11
110,121
36,317
146,438
2011-12
43,738
49,988
93,726
2012-13
140,033
28,334
168,367
Total
628,377
168,467
796,844
Source: SEBI
Amount in INR (Crores)

To know the FII and DII activity for the current day check out the following link: FII Inflow data today



2 comments:

Gaurav said...

Hi Amit,

Nice inputs.

But when you say "FY-2013 witnessed record inflows of 140000 crores or $26 billion USD which is more than the inflows of first 10 years put together"
How can you compare these numbers without indexation.

Amit Agarwal said...

These numbers are on absolute basis and yes with indexation we would have better understanding on the relative inflows compared to previous years.

But is needs to be seen in the context that not every asian country received such gigantic flows. After all $26 billion was $26 billion 20 years ago also, it's just the purchasing power of that money is not same.

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