In recent times, India has been one of the most favourite equity market for the foreign institutional investors (FII). A Foreign Institutional Investor is allowed to invest in India in__:
- Primary Markets
- Secondary Markets
- Treasury Bills
Select the correct option from the codes given below:
FIIs are not allowed to invest in primary as well as secondary markets in India. In 2014, RBI had prohibited the FIIs from investment in T-Bills in India to save them from interest rate volatility.
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