Directions (Q. Nos. 1 to 4)
A passage is
given below followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn fro
the facts stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference
separately in the context of the passage and decide, upon its degree of
truth or falsity, Mark answer
(a) if the inference is definitely
true ie, it properly follows from the statement of facts given.
(b) if the inference is probably true though not definitely true in the
light of the facts given.
(c) if the data are inadequate, ie, from the facts given you can not say
whether the inference is likely to be true false.
(d) if the inference is ‘definitely false’ ie, it cannot possibly be drawn
from the facts given or it contradicts the give facts.
One of the promising features of the current market is
that domestic institutions seem to heave turned buyers after very long time.
They have been net buyers this month with inflows exceeding by by 80 crore
till early this month. That admittedly a small amount, but its significance
lies in the fact that domestic institutions have been net sellers every
month this financial year except in September when their net purchases
amounted to a microscopic Rs. 28 crore. The financial year’s net sales by
domestic institutions amounted to Rs. 2964 crore, which has substantially
offset the net inflows of Rs. 3187 crore by Flls. The net purchases by
domestic institutions could indicate that money is once again flowing into
equity funds, eager not to miss the widely expected rally. Part of this
reason could be a shift in invest portfolios, as people lighten up on debt
and put that money into equity.