Bombay Stock Exchange – BSE India

June 5, 2006 · Posted in India 

Bombay Stock Exchange – BSE
Bombay Stock Exchange – BSE

Bombay stock was given permission by the SEBI to expand to locations outside its jurisdiction via its BSE Online Trading (BOLT) network. Members of BSE are allowed to install trading terminals and now cover 382 centers.

The BSE Sensex has been the main measure of the market’s performance since 1986. The Sensex comprises of 30 counters from specified group shares, selected on the basis of market capitalization, liquidity, depth, trading frequency and industry representation. The need or a more broad-based index led to the introduction of BSE National Index of Equity price 100 in 1989. This comprises 100 shares from specified groups of shares listed on Indian’s five main exchanges.

Other indices disseminated by the BSE are the BSE 200, BSE 500, and the Dollex. The last is a dollar linked version of the BSE 200.

There are also five sectoral indices – BSE IT Sector Index, BSE FMCG Sector Index, BSE Capital Goods Sector Index, BSE consumer Durables Sector Index and BSE Healthcare Sector Index.

Bombay Stock Exchange: Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Tower, Dalal Street.
Fort Telephone: 226556861, 22655581
Fax: 22658121


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