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The Downside Of High FII Ownership

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The markets have slid to the lowest levels in a year and the situation brings along itself the downside of a market being heavily dependent on FII flows. As billions rushed in over the last two years, most of them piled up into stocks that were perceived as the bluest of blue-chips. Now, as money pulls back, these companies could be vulnerable. Bloomberg TV India brings to you an analysis of the FII flows witnessed in the last few months.