Capital Market Review
Trends in Primary Market
Equity and Debt Issue
During January 2013, US$ 0.09 billion were mobilised in the primary market by way of two issues as compared to Rs 11,206.0 crore mobilised through nine issues in December 2012, showing a decrease of 95.7 percent over the previous month. In January 2013, there was one equity issues which was an IPO. The cumulative amount mobilised for the ﬁnancial year 2012-13, so far, stood at US$
billion through 42 issues as against US$ 8.10 billion raised through 57 issues during the corresponding period in 2011-12.
Resource Mobilisation by Mutual Funds
During January 2013, mutual funds saw a net inﬂow
11.23 billion as
compared to a net outﬂow of US$ 7.56 billion during December 2012.
During the ﬁnancial year 2012-13, so far, mutual funds net mobilised US$
33.49 billion as compared to
11.19 billion mobilisation during the corresponding
period in 2011-12. The market value of assets under
management stood at US$
billion as on January
31, 2012 as compared to US$
billion as on
December 31, 2012, indicating an increase of 8.7
Trends in the Secondary Market
The monthly turnover of BSE (cash segment)increased by 12.5 percent from US$ 9.32 billion in December 2012 to US$
10.49 billion in January 2013.
Monthly turnover of NSE (cash segment) also increased by 22.9 percent from US$
billion in December 2012 to US$
billion in January 2013.
Trends in Institutional Investment
Trends in Investment by Mutual Funds
Mutual Funds made net investment of US$
billion in the secondary market in January 2013 as compared to investment of US$
billion in December 2012. During January 2013, Mutual
funds net sold US$
billion in equity as compared to US$
billion sold in December 2012. Further Mutual Funds net invested US$
billion in debt
market in January 2013 as compared to US$
billion invested in December 2012.
As on January 31, 2013 there were a total of 1,212 schemes under mutua l funds of which Income / Debt oriented schemes were 782 (64.5 percent), Growth/equity oriented scheme were 343 (28.3 percent), Exchange Traded Funds were 34 schemes (2.8 percent), Balanced schemes were 32 (2.6 percent) and Funds of Fund investing Overseas schemes were 21 (1.7 percent). The number of schemes at the end of 2011-12 was 1,309 of which Income/Debt oriented schemes were 872 (71.9 percent), Growth/equity oriented scheme 352 (29.0 percent), Exchange Traded Funds were 35 schemes (2.9 percent), Balanced schemes were 30 (2.5 percent)and Funds of Fund investing Overseas schemes were 20 (1.7 percent).
Trends in Investment by Foreign Institutional Investors
There was a net inﬂow of US$
billion in January 2013 by Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) compared to inﬂow of US$ 267.92 billion in December 2012. FIIs invested US$
billion in equity in January 2013 as compared to US$
4.64 billion invested in December 2012. In addition, FIIs invested US$
billion in debt market in January 2013 as compared to
billion invested in December 2012.
The asset under custody of FIIs at the end of January 2013 stands at US$
253.74 billion , out of which the value of participatory notes including PNs on derivatives is US$
247.12 billion , constituting 11.8 percent of the total asset under custody of FIIs.
Trends in Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers
In January 2013, 11 public offers with total value of US$
billion were made to public against 8 public offers worth US$
0.014 billion last month. Out of those 11 public takeover offers during January 2013, no offer was in take over the control of management while 8 offers worth US$
were for Consolidation of Holdings.
Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI )