FPI boost: Adani Power, IDFC First Bank, Paytm see the highest increase in Sept holdings

Nov 29, 2023

By: Sourabh Jain

HDFC Bank

HDFC Bank has seen the highest increase in FPI holdings from 33.36 percent in June 2023 to 52.13 percent in September 2023, an increase of 18.77 percent.

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IDFC First Bank

IDFC First Bank, another bank that has seen an increase in FPI holdings. With an increase of 9.59 percent, the FPI holdings have increased from 13.73 percent to 23.32 percent.

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Coforge

Coforge is a close third, with a 9.58 percent increase in FPI holdings. The FPI holding in the company has increased from 24.78 percent to 34.36 percent.

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Adani Power

Gautam Adani-owned Adani Power has seen a 5.56 percent increase in FPI holdings from 11.95 percent in June 2023 to 17.51 percent in September 2023.

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Paytm

The FPI holding in payments app PayTM has increased from 16.86 percent in June 2023 to 21.4 percent in September, a 4.54 percent increase.

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Piramal Enterprises

Piramal Enterprises has seen the biggest decrease in FPI holding, from 26.05 percent in June 2023 to 19.68 percent in September 2023, a decrease of 6.37 percent.

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Adani Enterprises

The next company that has seen a significant decrease in FPI holding is Gautam Adani’s Adani Enterprises. The FPI holding has decreased from 19.34 percent in June 2023 to 14.53 percent in September 2023, a decrease of 4.81 percent.

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UPL

UPL, a player in the chemical industry, is next on the list with a decrease of 4.39 percent. The FPI holding in the company has decreased from 37.95 percent to 33.56 percent.

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Fortis Health

The FPI holding in Fortis Health has decreased from 30.03 percent in June 2023 to 26.32 percent in September 2023, a decrease of 3.71 percent.

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Adani Ports

Adani Ports, another company from the Adani Group has seen a reduction of 3.17 percent in FPI holding. The FPI holding in the company decreased from 16.99 percent in June 2023 to 13.82 percent in September 2023.

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