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History Of bSE (Bombey Stock Exchange): All About BSE History

BSE India Stock Exchange is Established in 1875 but before 1875 companies suffer through a hard time and at that time means before 1875 companies need a fund to expand and grow there business from banks and need to repay there fund/money with interest and principal value due to this companies can’t get enough fund to expand and grow their businesses so, that’s why in 1875 BSE India Stock Exchange is Established.

Stock Exchange is an Asia First Stock Exchange and Fastest Sock Exchange in the World. After Established BSE the Companies Get Funds directly from Peoples and in this case there is no need to repay their money and due to this companies get a enough money and time to grow and expand their businesses.

Buyers buy shares from sellers or sellers sell shares to Buyers this phenomenon is called exchange and the same concept is used in the stock exchange that exchanges just doing work like a mediator between buyers and sellers.

History Of Bombey Stock Exchange (BSE) And Basic Terms About Market

What is BSE India?

In India There is 2 Stock Exchanges First one Is BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) And NSE (National Stock Exchange) Now We Are Going to Discuss BSE. BSE is A Oldest and First Stock Exchange in India. BSE Stock Exchange was established in 1875.

On BSE Stock Exchange there are 5000+ Companies are Listed And In That, some companies belong to Large-cap, small-cap, and mid-cap. This Stock Exchange is Asia’s first stock exchange.

1) What is ‘Small Cap’ Stocks?

Cap Means Capitalization and Small Cap is defined as the company have a Market Capitalization of fewer than 5,000 Crores. If Company has less cap then it will belong to the small-cap stocks, but year by year there are big changes in the limit of capitalization.

Top Small Cap Stocks in India:

  1. Indian Energy Exchnage
  3. Thyrocare Technologies Ltd.
  4. Delta Corp Ltd.

2) What is ‘Mid Cap’ Stocks?

Mid-cap stocks are not small-cap neither large-cap they vary between the small and large-cap. Stocks that have a capitalization between 5,000 to 10,000 crores are called Mid-Cap Stocks.

In Some conditions, large-cap or Mid-Cap companies are also facing losses in their market capitalization so, in this case, large or mid-cap stocks come under the small cap group as per their limit.

Top Mid Cap Stocks in India:

  1. Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals.
  2. Escorts.
  3. Relaxo Footwear.
  4. Polycab India.

3) What is ‘Large Cap’ Stocks?

Companies that have more than $10 Billion of Market Capitalization called Large-cap companies. In the growth of the Indian Economy, there is a big hand of large -Cap Companies and people must be given a high priority to the large-cap companies to buy shares. Making a High-Quality Portfolio You must be known about a top large-cap company.

Large Cap Companies have stable growth and expert suggest the large-cap stocks for the long term. Mutual Fund Expert suggest that you should need to add large-cap stocks are per your age.

Mostly large-cap stocks don’t give any dividend, bonus, rights e.t.c. because they believe in their company management but these companies have a large capital and due to this they have a high risk on their management.

Large Cap Companies are also called as “Big Caps”.

Top Large Cap Stocks in India:

  1. Reliance Industries Ltd.
  2. TCS (Tata Consultancy Limited).
  3. HUL (Hindustan Unilevar Limited).
  4. Infosys Limited.

What is NSE India?

NSE Stands for National Stock Exchange and this stock exchange similar to the BSE Stock exchange. Both BSE and NSE are similar. On NSE Stock Exchange there are 2,500 Companies are listed and NSE Exchange is fully automated that they manage all online tradings.

All Electronic Transactions are managed by this stock exchange and due to this transaction costs are reduced and investors have to pay little charges per transaction. National Stock exchange is the largest stock exchange conduct transaction in derivatives, Wholesale debt, and Equity Market.

NSE India stock exchange is India’s First and largest fully automated that provided a modern electronic stock trading platform. NSE India has an Index called NIFTY 50 means National 50 stocks contain India’s Top 50 established companies. NIFTY 50 shows an average of 50 companies and the overall growth of the Indian Economy.

BSE found in 1875 and NSE Established in 1994 which is found by Indian Financial Institutions and this group has a goal that they wanted to do transparency between exchanges and investors.

In June 2020 NSE Exchange Complete 2.27 Trillion dollars market capitalization and make the top of the position in the world by market capitalization. Similar to the BSE, NSE Founder Institute also make the first-ever limit order book for trade into the Derivatives market and Exchange Traded Fund.

What is the main index of nSE?

NIFTY 50 is the main index of NSE exchange and in nifty 50 there is Indias top 50 well-established companies average. By the NIFTY 50 average, we predict the Helth/Growth of Indian Economy.

Why Do stock markets exist? bSE and nSE

Before 1875 companies get a loan from banks but in this case after the due date companies need to repay that fund/money to the bank with Interest and Principal Value. Due to this companies can’t get enough time and money to expand and grow their business.

Economy Before BSE And NSE:

  • Companies need to buy Loan from banks.
  • Not enough money and time to expand the business.
  • People Face a big financial crisis.
  • Companies continuously in Big Losses.
  • Only Banking Sector is stable.
  • Indian Economy is Down with compare to the other Countries.
  • People doing only hard work for making money.
  • The economy, as well as poverty, unemployment, and more problem, are faced by Indians.
  • Due to the low Demand, price is low and this impacts the inflation rate that inflation is also too down.
  • India Needs to get more help from other countries like import commodities and due to the high importing the Indian Economy is facing a troubling problem.

Economy After bSE and NSE:

  • Companies get High Volume Funds From Public.
  • Don’t Need to repay Fund and any Interest.
  • Get much time to expand and grow a business.
  • People Understand the Value of Investing.
  • Financial Knowledge In Important.
  • In 1885 India Get Asia’s First Stock Exchange called the BSE Stock Exchange.
  • In 1994 India Get Second And largest fully automated that provided a modern electronic stock trading platform called NSE Stock Exchange.


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