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BSE 200 Performance
- Low 7309.72
- High 7398.24
- Previous Close7,279.41
- Dividend Yeild1.41%
Day Open Price
Color code for Stocks Performance
- 5% and above
- 5% to 2%
- 2% to 0.5%
- 0.5% to -0.5%
- -0.5% to -2%
- -2% to -5%
- -5% and below
|Company||Market Cap||Market Price||Volume||Sector|
|ACC Ltd||₹31299 Cr||
|Ashok Leyland Ltd||₹40856 Cr||
|Asian Paints Ltd||₹264897 Cr||
|Atul Ltd||₹20544 Cr||
|Bajaj Holdings & Investment Ltd||₹65878 Cr||
BSE 200 Sector Performance
|Sector Name||Percentage Change|
|IT - Hardware||0.88|
|Sector Name||Percentage Change|
|Diamond, Gems and Jewellery||-0.14|
|Readymade Garments/ Apparells||-1.21|
S&P BSE 200
Over the past years, the companies listed under the BSE have been increasing at a rapid speed. At first, it was just 992 companies, but by March 1994, there were over 3,200 businesses registered under BSE. All these companies had a combined market capitalization of INR 5421 Crore to INR 3,98,432 Crore, according to March 31st, 1994.
SENSEX was functioning by reflecting on the market’s sensitivity and quantifying the price movement effectively. But the increase in market growth necessitated complications of the new index series, which reflected all the market trends in an effective way.
This broad-based index series also offered an excellent representation of the new industry groups, market capitalization, and equity stocks. BSE introduced two index series, which are Dollex-200 and S&P BSE 200, back on May 24th, 1994.
The equity of 200 chosen businesses from the non-specific and specific lists of BSE was considered as an inclusion within the sample for BSE-200. The company selections were mainly conducted according to the existing market capitalization of the listed scrips.
Also, the market activity of all the companies based on specific fundamental aspects and volumes of turnover was considered for the last selection of 200 companies.
S&P BSE 200 Scrip Selection Criteria
The following are the eligibility standards for the S&P BSE 200:
● All the common business equities, which are listed under BSE Ltd, will be qualified.
The rebalance data collection is based on the reference period of 3 months.
● All those companies which meet the eligibility aspects will be ranked according to the market capitalization of 3 months and also on the 3-month value traded.
● To determine the “RANK FULL,” 75% of the weight should be applied to the market capitalization rank of 3 months. The 25% of weight needs to be applied to the 3-month value traded rank.
● All the RANK FREE and RANK FULL companies are added together to determine the COMBINED FINAL RANK.
● When the current constituent has RANK FREE and RANK FULL over 220, it will get excluded or removed from the index. A buffer of 10% will be provided for the existing constituents for exclusion reasons.
Will the trading on S&P BSE 200 take place on Saturdays?
The trading activity on the S&P BSE 200 will only take place during the weekdays and not the weekends. It’s because Sundays and Saturdays are declared holidays by the Exchange. So, you need to trade between Monday to Friday.
What exactly is the share price of the S&P BSE 200?
As of December 1st, 2022, the share price of S&P BSE 200 is INR 8,144.55. But remember, the volatility and share price keeps changing because of the market conditions. If you wish to learn about the share price, you must check the brokerage firm’s website to find out about the current price.
How to purchase the shares of S&P BSE 200?
When you wish to buy the shares of S&P BSE 200, you just need to look for a brokerage firm, such as ICICIdirect. These types of brokerage firms are registered, reliable, and also provide accurate information on the shares. Be sure to check out all the brokerage firms and go for the one that matches your needs.
Who owns BSE?
BSE, or Bombay Stock Exchange, is one of the most popular stock exchanges in the country. It’s currently owned by the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. You can check the official BSE site to gain more about it.
Who exactly founded BSE?
Bombay Stock Exchange, which was previously known as the Native Shares and Stock Brokers Association, was founded by Premchand Roychand back in 1875. Premchand Roychand was a businessman.