Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Bombay Stock Exchange


Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (The Bombay Stock Exchange, or BSE) with a list of more than 6000 company is the market in India with the largest number of listed companies and is located at Dalal Street, Mumbai. Its benchmark index, developed since 1986, is the BSE SENDEX (Sensitive Index) 30 or BSE. It is certainly not the only market in India but it is certainly the oldest, its origins date back to 1875 and for this reason the majority of companies raising capital and quoting companies in this market which is the most capitalized in the country. The Bombay Stock Exchange has offices in 350 cities of India.



Even the Bombay Stock Exchange, as the bag of Wall Street, has a big bull that allows each investor to look at her eyes and read us what he wants.


It is controlled mainly by foreign investors, including Deutsche Börse Group, the Singapore Stock Exchange and several sovereign wealth funds. The benchmark index is the SENSEX (sensivity Index), composed of the 30 most frequently traded stocks. Listed companies are more than 4,500, most of whom are also on the list of National Stock Exchange of India. With a market capitalization of 1.6318 trillion U.S. dollars in 2010, BSE was ranked 8th among the largest stock exchanges in the world.

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