The stock market increased significantly in the week ending March 17. Because of the Holi festival, this week was shorter than other weeks. According to the report, the market has experienced a four percent increase. According to the report, 60 small caps have increased by 10% to 25%.
Net buyers were foreign investors.
After 10 weeks, foreign institutional investors appeared to be net buyers, according to the report. The impact of the easing of tensions between Russia and Ukraine on crude oil prices has been visible. The BSE Sensex ended the week 2,313.63 points (4.16%) higher at 57,863.93, while the Nifty 50 ended the week 656.6 points (3.94%) higher at 17,287.05.
The auto and bank indices both increased.
All sectoral indices finished in the green, with the Nifty Auto and Bank indices each rising over 5%, and the Realty index rising 4.7 percent. In terms of the broader index, the BSE Mid-cap and Small-cap both gained 2%, while the Large-cap index increased by 4%.
So much was purchased by FII.
FIIs bought equities worth Rs 1,685.87 crore, according to the report, while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) appeared to be net buyers. DII invested Rs 1,290.97 crore in the stock market. FIIs have sold equity worth Rs 41,617.18 crore so far in March, while DIIs have bought shares worth Rs 31,620.02 crore.