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How Many Companies Are Listed On The BSE?
The Bombay Stock Exchange or the BSE has the largest number of listed companies in the world. As on Oct 10, 2019, the number of companies listed on the BSE were 4,744. However, it is not as if that all listed ...
How Many Companies Are Listed On The Bse
NSE To Delist 9 Companies On 17 October
The National Stock Exchange (NSE) will be delisting nine companies including Lanco Infratech and Moser-Baer from its platform from 17 October. The nine companies are Amar Remedies, Supreme Tex Mart, Samtel Color, Hindustan Dorr-Oliver, Servalakshmi Paper, LML, Hanung Toys and Textiles, ...
7 Drivers Of Indian Markets This Week
It is a short week for the Indian markets with exchanges remaining closed on Monday (Eid) and Thursday (Independence Day). After a 900 points rally in the last two trading days, the following domestic and international factors will drive the markets for the week-ended 16 August....
Drivers Of Indian Markets This Week 16 Auguat
NSE & Singapore Exchange Get Approvals To Launch Joint Products At GIFT
India's National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Singapore Exchange (SGX) got a set of approvals from statutory regulators for their proposal to launch products jointly at the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) in Gandhinagar. They received approval from SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board ...
Key Stock Market Related Announcements In Budget 2019
To further strengthen the Indian stock markets that touched all-time highs this year, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her first budget speech on Friday announced a number of proposals for greater participation....
Key Stock Market Related Announcements In Budget
34 Stocks To Exit F&O Segment From Tomorrow
With an objective to protect market participants from volatility, the National Stock Exchange has decided to exclude as many as 34 securities from futures & options (F&O) trading from June 28. Among the stocks to be excluded from the list include ...
Indian Markets Trade Lower On Weak Global Cues
Benchmark indices opened the day lower tracking weak global cues. The Sensex was trading lower by 118 points, while the Nifty was down 38 points in trade. Leading the set of losers was Yes Bank, which fell a huge 9 per ...
SEBI, Stock Exchanges Tighten Surveillance Ahead Of Poll Results
Market regulator SEBI and the Indian stock exchanges have strengthened their surveillance mechanism to keep a check on manipulative activities this week as impactful election related events line up. The heightened surveillance measures have already been placed with monitoring systems for ...
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