Companies Ascending from Mid-Cap to Large-Cap Category

Companies Ascending from Mid-Cap to Large-Cap Category
Companies Ascending from Mid-Cap to Large-Cap Category

by Tanushree Jaiswal Last Updated: Jul 07, 2023 - 03:59 pm 376 Views


The Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) recently released its semi-annual classification of stocks, revealing significant changes in the market capitalization categories of several companies. 

Mid-Cap to Large-Cap Large-cap to mid-cap
Jindal Steel and Power Nykaa
PNB JSW Energy
IDBI Bank Indus Towers
Canara Bank Tata Elexi
TVS Motors Page Industries
Tube investments Macro Tech Developers
Mankind Pharma Info Edge (INDIA)

Various factors have contributed to the upward trajectory of these companies, including their robust performance and substantial growth over the past year.

Factors Driving the Shift

1.    Strong Market Performance

Impressive stock price appreciation, driven by favorable market conditions, strategic initiatives, and financial strength. TVS Motor Co, IDBI Bank, Canara Bank, and Tube Investments, among others, have experienced significant growth in their share prices.

2.    Market Capitalization Criteria

AMFI's classification is determined based on market capitalization cut-offs. As the market capitalization of these companies crossed the threshold, they transitioned from mid-cap to large-cap status

  • Positive Company-Specific Developments

A) Jindal Steel & Power: Positive industry dynamics, favorable government policies, and increased demand for steel have contributed to Jindal Steel & Power's rise in market capitalization.

B) Punjab National Bank: The bank has shown resilience and a remarkable recovery, resulting in improved investor sentiment and a higher market capitalization.

C) Mankind Pharma: The company's successful listing, along with strong investor interest and confidence in its growth prospects, has propelled it into the large-cap category.

Companies Moving from Large-Cap to Mid-Cap

On the other hand, FSN E-Commerce, JSW Energy, Tata Elxsi, Indus Towers, Page Industries, Mesotech Developers, and Info Edge have shifted from large-cap to mid-cap. Factors such as stock price fluctuations, market performance, and changes in market capitalization have influenced these transitions.

This shift reflects the dynamic nature of the market, with companies experiencing remarkable growth and meeting the criteria for large-cap status. As these companies continue to strengthen their positions and deliver favorable results, investors will be closely monitoring their future performance and growth prospects.

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Tanushree is a seasoned professional with 6 years of experience in the Fintech and Edtech industry.


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