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Latest BSE V/s NSE Facts, News Updates March 2017


BSE - Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd.
 &
NSE - National Stock Exchange Ltd.

 




What is BSE ?



BSE Means Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is an Indian stock exchange. Established in 1875, the BSE is Asia’s first stock exchange. It claims to be the world's fastest stock exchange, with a median trade speed of 6 microseconds.




                                          



Type    Stock exchange

Location          Delhi / Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Founded          9 July 1875
Key people      Ashish Kumar Chauhan (MD & CEO)
Currency         Indian rupee (₹)
No. of listings 5,749[citation needed]
Market cap      US$ 1.43 trillion (Mar. 2016)
Total Volume US$ 93 billion (June 2014)

Website           www.bseindia.com


What is NSE?


NSE means National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) located in Mumbai.

NSE was established in 1992 as the first demutualized electronic exchange in the country.

 NSE was the first exchange in the country to provide a modern, fully automated screen-based electronic trading system which offered easy trading facility to the investors spread across the length and breadth of the country.



                                      





Type                 Stock exchange

Location          Mumbai, India
Founded          1992
Owner National Stock Exchange of India Limited
Key people      Vikram Limaye, (MD & CEO)
Currency         Indian rupee (₹)
No. of listings 1,696
Market cap      US$1.41 trillion (March 2016)[1]
Volume           US$442 billion (June 2014)

Website           www.nseindia.com



What is BSE and NSE in stock market?


It was in April 1993 that NSE was recognized as stock exchange under the Securities Contract Act 1956. NIFTY is an indicator of 50 major companies of the NSE.



        



What is Sensex? How is it calculated?


The base period of Sensex is 1978-79 and the base value is 100 index points. ... The calculation of Sensex involves dividing the Free-float market capitalization of 30 companies in the Index by a number called the Index Divisor.

It is a free-float market-weighted stock market index of 30 well-established and financially sound companies listed on Bombay Stock Exchange.


What is nifty ? How is it calculated?


Just like the Sensex which was introduced by the Bombay stock exchange, Nifty is a major stock index in India introduced by the National stock exchange. ...

NIFTY is an indicator of 50 major companies of the NSE. 50 top stocks are selected from 24 sectors. It is India's Oldest Stock Exchange with listing of over 4000 scripts with it.



 Is BSE or NSE open on Saturday and Sunday?


BSE, NSE to stay open on Saturday. Trading will start at 11:15 a.m. IST and end at 12:45 p.m. IST for both exchanges. The opening on Saturday comes as the BSE is testing its disaster recovery software, allowing live trading during the time frame. The NSE has decided to also open during those hours.

SENSEX  latest index


BSE SENSEX

INDEXBOM: SENSEX - 1 Mar, 2017
28,956.95 Price  increase 213.63 (0.74%)

NIFTY latest index


NIFTY 50
NSE: NIFTY - 1 Mar, 2017
8,940.90Price,  increase61.30 (0.69%)

BREAKING DOWN 'National Stock Exchange



  



The National Stock Exchange was originally founded in Cincinnati in 1885. It was formerly known as the Cincinnati Stock Exchange,

but moved to Chicago in 1995 and changed its name in 2003. The National Stock Exchange can also refer to stock in India or Australia.





Top 5 Gainers of BSE SENSEX Report March 1, 2017



Security
LTP
(
)
Change
% Ch.
344.45
+53.90
+18.55
94.75
+9.15
+10.69
120.70
+9.10
+8.15
343.30
+19.85
+6.14
6.34
+0.34
+5.67



Top 5 Losersof BSE SENSEX Report March 1, 2017

Security
LTP
(
)
Change
% Ch.
15.90
-0.57
-3.46
779.20
-24.15
-3.01
1081.40
-25.90
-2.34
568.00
-11.95
-2.06
827.00
-17.30
-2.05



                                          




NSE Nifty report  March 1, 2017

Gainers
Symbol
LTP
% chng
Volume
191.60
497.85
2,922.85
693.80
819.15
3.93
3.14
2.56
2.18
2.13
1,24,52,189
39,76,096
6,96,352
35,50,294
18,51,184



Losers
Symbol
LTP
% chng
Volume
656.60
23,810.15
451.20
114.65
160.90
-2.01
-1.33
-1.22
-1.04
-0.95
25,71,414
50,312
49,72,726
1,14,99,506
63,73,037



BSE vs. NSE Repoert


The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE) are the leading stock exchanges in India. While BSE has the distinction of being the oldest stock exchange in Asia, NSE is the largest in the country.



How many companies are listed in BSE & NSE?

There are about 5,749 + listed companies on the BSE, while NSE has more than 1,696 + companies listed on its platform, while there are many common stocks between the two bourses


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