FIIs net sellers in cash markets on Friday

Indian equities markets closed on a flat note on Friday after witnessing a choppy trade throughout the day within a narrow range of 40 points. Nifty managed to hold crucial support zone of 9,640-9,600 levels and ended well above the same.

The intraday losses were recovered by the benchmark indices as heavyweights like Reliance Industries and HDFC Bank witnessed buying interest from the lower levels in the closing hours.

The foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net sellers in the cash markets with net cash outflow of Rs 522 crore, while the domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought around Rs 720 crore in the cash markets. FIIs were net sellers in the index futures with a net cash outflow of Rs 761 crore, while their net cash inflow in index options stood at Rs 434 crore.

The following is combined FII/FPI and DII trading data across NSE, BSE and MSEI collated on the basis of trades executed by FIIs/FPIs and DIIs:
Category Date Buy Value Sell Value Net Value (Rs   crore)
FII/FPI 07-Jul-2017 3685.53 4207.61 -522.08
DII 07-Jul-2017 3084.09 2364.01 720.08

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