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Domestic institutional investors: The influence of DII on domestic stocks continued to increase in December in the context of stable capital flows


DII includes local mutual funds, insurance companies, pension funds, and banks. Their growing participation has reduced the impact of higher market volatility on Indian stocks compared to peers in emerging markets.

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​DIIs include local mutual funds, insurance companies, pension funds, and banks. Their growing participation has reduced the impact of higher market volatility on Indian stocks compared to peers in emerging markets.

ET Intelligence Group: Ratio of equity assets under management (AUM) of domestic institutional investors (DII) to foreign portfolio investors (FPI) hits a record 0 ,9 in December 2022, reflecting the growing influence of the old group of investors. According to data from NSDL, this rate is nearly 10% higher than the long-term average. DII includes local mutual funds, insurance companies, pension funds, and banks. Their

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