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BSE MIDCAP Performance
- Low 23387.86
- High 23883.8
- Previous Close23,446.74
- Dividend Yeild1.32%
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||₹30540 Cr||
|Ashok Leyland Ltd||₹40078 Cr||
|Bajaj Holdings & Investment Ltd||₹65347 Cr||
|Balkrishna Industries Ltd||₹37954 Cr||
|Bayer CropScience Ltd||₹18024 Cr||
BSE MIDCAP Sector Performance
|Sector Name||Percentage Change|
|Diamond, Gems and Jewellery||0.14|
|IT - Hardware||1.82|
|Sector Name||Percentage Change|
S&P BSE Midcap
The S&P BSE MidCap is created to represent 15% of the overall market value or capitalization of the S&P BSE All Cap right after the large-cap index. The BSE index is created to represent the mid-cap section of the Indian Stock Market.
At present, there are 12 businesses that fall under the S&P BSE MidCap index. Under this list, you will come across multiple liquid and large companies, such as:
● Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Co
● Indian Hotels Co
● AU Small Finance Bank
● Tata Elxsi
● Page Industries
● Max Healthcare Institute
● Bajaj Holdings and Investment
● Bharat Electronics
● Apollo Hospitals Enterprise
History of BSE MidCap
The BSE MidCap index today was introduced by BSE [Bombay Stock Exchange] along with the BSE Small Cap index. The BSE MidCap today can track down the performance of all businesses with smaller market values or capitalization.
The BSE Sensex MidCap index represents over 93% of the listed universe. Firms that have big market value partiality the movement of this particular index. This helps in necessitating the construction of all the separate indicators to capture all the trends in businesses that have a lower market value.
Over the years, the BSE Small-Cap and the BSE MidCap Sensex index have proven to be an excellent utility for the investing community.
S&P BSE Mid-cap Scrip Selection Criteria
Here are the guidelines for the selection process of the constituents under the BSE MidCap share price and BSE Small-Cap index:
● The scrip needs to be traded on 60% of all the training within the past 3 months.
● The eligible universe must comprise firms that aggregated 98.5% of the average market value.
● This particular BSE MidCap live list should be categorized under the small-cap, mid-cap, and large-cap segments based on the 80%-15%-5% market value coverage.
● The BSE MidCap Sensex Index comprises all the scrips, which provides market value coverage between 80% to 95%.
● The BSE Small-Cap Index contains all the scrips that offer a market value coverage between 95% to 100%.
● The quarterly review of all these indices will be carried out based on the criteria subject to a 3% buffer.
What is BSE?
BSE, or Bombay Stock Exchange, established in 1875, is the first securities market in India as well as Asia. BSE is also the largest securities market in India. With around 6,000 companies listed on it, BSE contributes significantly toward the capital markets in India, including the Indian corporate sector and the retail debt market. BSE also offers various other capital market services like settlement, clearing, and risk management.
When is a company removed from the S&P BSE AllCap index?
A company is removed from the S&P BSE AllCap Index when its daily total market capitalization goes below INR 0.5 billion. Evaluations take place in March with the help of data from the reference date. The reference date is usually the last trading day of January. Deletions take place at the beginning of the Monday after the third Friday of March.
How are the S&P BSE mid-cap index constituents weighed?
The S&P BSE mid-cap index constituents are weighted according to the float-adjusted market capitalization. The capping constraints are usually applied quarterly at the end of Monday after the third Friday of March, June, September, and December.
What are company data points calculated during the selection procedure for the S&P BSE mid-cap index?
During the S&P BSE mid-cap index constituent selection procedure, the company data points that are considered include annualized traded value, turnover ratio, average daily float-adjusted market capitalization, and the number of non-trading days.
How is the turnover ratio calculated?
The turnover ratio is figured out by dividing the annualized traded value using the average daily float-adjusted market capitalization.