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Top 6 stocks in which FIIs increased their stakes

 As we know that the today's market is driven by FIIs it is important to check in which stocks they have increased their holdings.

 In the Financial year 2021 the foreign investors have pumped a lot of money into the Indian Stock Market. According to NSDL data the net inflow of Foreign Portfolio investors in this year was 2.74 Lakh crores which is the highest net inflow since 1992-1993. The overall stakes of foreign investors in NSE listed companies was 21.7% as of December 2020. However, the stakes of mutual funds is just 7.4% and retail investors stakes was around 9%. 

So, we can see that how foreign investors plays an important role in our equity market. 

Today, in this article we have covered Top 5 stocks in which FIIs have increased their stakes. 


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Stocks in which FIIs increased their stakes-

  1. Jubilant Foodworks:
  2. ICICI Bank:
  3. Hindalco Industries:
  4. Apollo Hospital Enterprise:
  5. HDFC Bank:
  6. Axis Bank:

Jubilant Foodworks:



Jubilant Foodworks is an Indian food service company which have its outlets all over the world. The company holds master franchisee rights of the brands such as Domino's Pizza, Popeyes and Dunkin' Donuts. These brands have good brand equity in both domestic market and global markets. 

FIIs holding in Jubilant Foodworks
Source:Google|Created by Moneycontrol.com



According to March 2021 data, FIIs has increased their stakes in Jubilant Foodworks from 30.94% in March 2020 to 40.87% in March 2021.

Financials of the company:


  1. If we talk about the companies profitability then company's Return on Equity (ROE) is 23.26% and Net profit margin is around 7.66%. 
  2. The debt to equity ratio of the company is 1.45 which is very high and it's very crucial for the company's management to work on it. 
  3. In last 5 years, the sales of the company has been grown up with the compounded annual growth rate of 13.42%. 
  4. In last one year company's share has been risen by 80.35%. 
  5. In last 5 years, company have generated  compounded Annual Return by rate of 43.56%. 
  6. The company P/E ratio is 251.58 which is very high as compare to sectors P/E. 

The company have breaked out its old high and touched a new 52 week high of  Rs 3,239.9 on 4th June, 2021.

ICICI Bank:


Market Cap: 4,50,120 crore      P/E: 24.41

ICICI Bank is India's one of the largest private sector Bank. ICICI Bank stock has been the World's most tracked stock for last 2 years. 

FIIs holding in ICICI bank
Source: Google|Created by Moneycontrol.com


As we can see that in the above chart the FIIs has increased their stake in ICICI Bank which was 43.7% in March 2020 to 47.8% in March 2021. This shows the FIIs have a faith on the company's business. 

Financials of The company:


  1. The Return on equity of the company is 14.95% and Net profit margin is around 22.84%.
  2.  In last 5 years, the revenue of the Bank is incresed by 8.5% compounded rate. 
  3. The P/E ratio of the Bank is 24.41%. 
  4. In last one years the company's share have been increased by 81.69%. 
  5. In last 5 years, the company's share have given compounded annual returns to their shareholders by the rate of 23.91%.
Brokers have upgraded the recommendations or target price in last 3 months. 

Tagets given to ICICI Bank:


Brokering firms                         Target

  • Sherkhan                             -            770
  • Motilal Oswal                      -            700
  • Arihant Capital Market     -            647

 Hindalco Industries:


Market Cap: 89,463 crore      P/E: 24.54

Hindalco Industries is the flagship company of Aditya Birla Group. The core business of the company is mining of Copper and Aluminium. 

FIIs holding in hindalco industries
Source:Google|Created by Moneycontrol.com



Financials of The company:


  1. The return on equity is 6.1% and net profit margin is around 2.88%
  2. The FIIs has increased their stakes in the company from 18.5% to 25%. 
  3. In last 5, the sales of the company have been increased by the rate of 5.97%. 
  4. The debt equity ratio of the company is 1 which is the average debt to equity of entire sector. 
  5. In last 1 year the share of the company have been increased by 178.2%. 
  6. The share have given 30.45% compound annual returns to its shareholders in last 5 years. 
  7. The P/E ratio of the company is 23.54


 Apollo Hospital:


Market Cap: 49,255 crore       P/E: 236.17

Apollo Hospital is involved in hearth care and pharmacy business. The FIIs has increased their stakes in Apollo Hospital from 46.6% to 54.5%.

FIIs holding in Apollo Hospital
Source:Google| Created by Moneycontrol.com

Financials of the company:

  1. If we talk about the valuation then company's P/E is 233.17 which is very high as compare to its other competitors companies of the sectors. 
  2. The company's return on equity is 13.63% and net profit margin is 2.7%. 
  3. The debt to equity ratio of the company is 1.04 which is one of the highest of the sector. 
  4. In last 5 years company's  sales have been grown by 17%. 
  5. In last one year the share price of the company is increased by 142.52%.
  6. In last 5 years the company share has  given 19.09% compounded annual returns to its shareholders. 
The company share have shown a good recovery from its 52 week low on 12 June 2020. The company share is near to its 52 week high of Rs 3435.

 Housing Development Finance Corporation Bank (HDFC) :


Market Cap: 8,39,046 crore      P/E: 26.40

HDFC Bank is the largest private sector Bank of India as its market capitalization. HDFC is the parent company of HDFC Bank with 21% holdings. The Bank offers several services such as wholesale banking, retail banking, loan against property, personal loans, home loans, debit and credit card facilities etc. 

Fiis holding in HDFC BANK
Source: Google| Created by Moneycontrol.com



The FIIs have increased their holding in HDFC Bank from 36.68% in March 2020 to 39.35% in March 2021.

Financials of  The company:


  1. The return on equity of the Bank is 16.49% and net profit margin is around 40.02% in March 2021.
  2. The debt to equity ratio of the Bank is 0.85 which meant the company have less debt as compare to its equity fund. It means the company have enough funds to meet its short term capital requirements. 
  3. The Net profit of the company is risen by 18% to Rs 818651 in March 2021 which was just Rs 692769 in March 2020.
  4. In last 1 year the share price of the company is risen by 46%.
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Axis Bank:


Market Cap: 2,30,067 crore         P/E: 31.29

Axis Bank is one of the leading private sector Bank in India. The Bank have nearly about 4594 branches and 11,333 ATMs across the country. 

Fiis holding in AXIS BANK
Source: Google| Created by Moneycontrol.com


The FIIs have increased their holding in HDFC Bank from 45.49% in March 2020 to 51.43% in March 2021.

Financials of the company:


  1. The return on equity of the Bank is 7.58% and net profit margin is around 30.71% in March 2021.
  2. The bank has reported a net profit of Rs 2,677 crore in March 2021.
  3. In last 1 year the share price of the company is risen by 82.05%.

Closing Thoughts:


As FIIs has increased their holdings in the company's mentioned above have shown good quarter results also the companies are continuously performing well. In near future the share price of these companies can rise. So, keep these stocks in your watchlist. 

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