All BSE Indices

All BSE Indices

Here is the complete list of BSE Indices with their latest price, 52 W high and low, historical returns and more.

List of All BSE Sensex Indices

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Frequently Asked Question

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is one of Asia's oldest stock exchanges, established in 1875. It facilitates the trading of stocks and other securities. BSE's primary index, Sensex, tracks the performance of the top 30 companies listed on the exchange.
BSE works as a marketplace where buyers and sellers trade stocks and other securities. It uses an electronic trading system that matches buy and sell orders. Companies list their shares on BSE, and investors can trade these shares based on market demand, supply, and various economic factors.
To list on BSE, a company must meet certain criteria, including a minimum paid-up capital of Rs. 10 cr, net worth of Rs. 25 cr in the last three financial years, a track record of profitability, and compliance with regulatory standards. The company must submit financial statements, governance details, and other documentation to ensure transparency and investor protection.
BSE has multiple indices, with the most prominent being Sensex. Other indices include BSE 100, BSE 200, BSE SmallCap, BSE MidCap, and sector-specific indices like BSE Bankex and BSE IT. These indices help investors track the performance of various market segments and sectors.
As of January 2024, there are a total of 5,309 stocks listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). This includes various segments such as equity, debentures, and bonds, providing a wide array of investment opportunities for traders and investors.
The major indices in the BSE include Sensex, BSE 100, and BSE 200. Sensex tracks the top 30 companies, BSE 100 covers 100 leading firms, and BSE 200 includes 200 significant companies, offering a comprehensive view of market performance across different sectors.
In India, popular tradable indices include Nifty 50, Sensex, Nifty Bank, and Nifty Midcap 100. Investors can trade these indices through index futures and options, which are financial derivatives based on the indices and can be used as hedging strategies.
Sensex, short for the Sensitive Index, is the benchmark index of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). It tracks the performance of the top 30 largest and well-established companies listed on the BSE, serving as a barometer for the overall market health.
BSE SENSEX 50 is an index that represents the performance of the top 50 companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange. It is designed to provide a broader reflection of the market compared to the Sensex, which includes only 30 companies, thus offering a more diversified overview.
The BSE SENSEX Next 50 is an index that tracks the performance of the next 50 largest companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange after the top 30 in the Sensex. It provides a broader perspective on mid-to-large-cap companies, reflecting the market's growth beyond the top tier​.
The BSE 100 index comprises the top 100 companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange. It is designed to provide a comprehensive view of the market by including the top-performing companies across various sectors, making it a broader indicator of market trends and economic health.
The BSE 200 index includes the top 200 companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange. This index aims to give a wider perspective of the market by covering more sectors and industries, thus offering insights into the performance of a larger set of significant companies.
The BSE 500 index represents the top 500 companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange. It is the broadest index on the BSE, capturing a wide spectrum of companies across various sectors and providing a holistic view of the Indian stock market's performance.
Yes, you can do Futures and Options (F&O) trading in BSE indices. BSE offers F&O contracts on its benchmark indices like Sensex as an underlying asset. These contracts allow for hedging existing market positions and trading and leveraging market movements.
To directly invest in a BSE index, you can purchase index funds or exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that track the performance of the BSE indices, such as Sensex. These funds replicate the index portfolio, providing diversified exposure to all its constituent stocks without buying individual shares.

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