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Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) are significant players in global financial markets, comprising various entities such as mutual funds, pension funds, and hedge funds, among others. They invest substantial capital across international borders, influencing the market dynamics, liquidity, and investment trends, thus playing a crucial role in shaping global investment landscapes and economic development. 

Here are stocks in which FII increased their stake up to 5.3% in Q1FY25 from Q4FY24;

Gokaldas Exports Ltd 

Gokaldas Exports Limited is an Indian garment maker and exporter. The company offers garment goods such as outerwear, activewear, and fashion wear. It exports to fashion companies and stores worldwide, with a delivery network spanning 50+ countries. 

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With a market capitalization of Rs 6,730.29 crore, the shares closed at Rs 945.60 per share, decreased around 0.63 percent as compared to the previous closing price. 

The foreign institutional investors of the company increased their stake by 5.3%, from 21.21% in Q4FY24 to 26.55% in Q1FY25. Additionally, 32.26% is owned by retail investors, 31.79% is held by domestic institutional investors, and 9.42% is owned by promoters. 

The company’s revenue stood at Rs 812 crore in Q4FY24, during the same time frame, net profit stood at Rs 44 crore. 

Arvind SmartSpaces Ltd. 

Arvind SmartSpaces Limited is an India-based real estate developer with projects in residential, commercial, and industrial sectors. The Company’s operational business sector builds commercial and residential properties. The company primarily serves the residential market in Ahmedabad, Pune, and Bengaluru. 

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With a market capitalization of Rs 3,175.97 crore, the shares closed at Rs 698.60 per share, increased around 0.45 percent as compared to the previous closing price. 

The foreign institutional investors of the company increased their stake by 1.4%, from 0.41% in Q4FY24 to 1.82% in Q1FY25. Additionally, 35.57% is owned by retail investors, 12.34% is held by domestic institutional investors, and 50.27% is owned by promoters. 

The company’s revenue stood at Rs 117 crore in Q4FY24, during the same time frame, net profit stood at Rs 20 crore.

Transformers & Rectifiers (India) Ltd 

Transformers and Rectifiers (India) Limited is an India-based company, which manufactures power, furnace, and rectifier transformers. The Company is a manufacturer of a range of transformers, which provides to both the domestic and the international market. 

With a market capitalization of Rs 11,623.92 crore, the shares closed at Rs 774.50 per share, decreased around 0.76 percent as compared to the previous closing price. 

The foreign institutional investors of the company increased their stake by 3.6%, from 4.45% in Q4FY24 to 8.00% in Q1FY25. Additionally, 19.50% is owned by retail investors, 6.33% is held by domestic institutional investors, and 66.16% is owned by promoters. 

The company’s revenue stood at Rs 513 crore in Q4FY24, during the same time frame, net profit stood at Rs 42 crore. 

Written by:- Abhishek Singh

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