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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

Sensex Surges 645 Points; Banks Lead Gainers
Benchmark indices surged in trade, led by gains in Banking stocks.  Heavyweights, ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank pushed the indices higher, thanks to their high weightage in the index. Shares in Yes Bank shed as much as 5.26 per cent, ...
LIC Housing, PNB Housing, L&T Finance Shares Hit 52-week Lows
Stocks of bluechip companies from the NBFC and the Housing Finance space have come crashing down to 52-week lows.Among these include the likes of PNB Housing Finance, L&T Finance Holdings and LIC Housing Finance.L&T Finance Holdings hit a new 52-week low ...
Lic Housing Pnb Housing L T Finance Shares Hit 52 Week Lo
It's A Good Time To Buy Stocks Now
In two trading sessions after the announcement of the corporate tax rate cuts, the Nifty rallied almost 8.20 per cent. It has now given-up almost half those gains and is up only 4 per cent. Many analysts had forecast that the ...
3 Stocks That You Can Buy For The Festive Season
The broader markets have crashed significantly, with several financial stocks witnessing a major crash. Here are 3 stocks, some of which are at multi-year lows and can be good bets from a long-term perspective.{photo-feature}...
Stocks That You Can Buy For The Festive Season
Sensex Slides Following RBI’s GDP Guidance
Benchmark indices fell sharply in trade today, despite the Reserve Bank of India delivering on a 25 basis points cut and presenting an accommodative stance. While initially the markets traded for a brief period in the green following the RBI policy, ...
Nifty Weak For Fourth Straight Day; Yes Bank Jumps 21%
Markets were trading lower, led by losses in metal and mining stocks like Coal India, Hindalco and Vedanta. Global cues were extremely weak with the US markets closing with solid cuts overnight, while Asian markets from the Japanese Nikkei to the ...
Nifty Weak For Fourth Straight Day Yes Bank Jumps
Sensex Slumps 363 Points; Yes Bank Plunges 23%
Benchmark indices fell heavily in trade, with the Sensex falling a huge 362 points in trade, as investors continued to sell following concerns over mounting bad debts. Banks with an exposure to the ADAG group, COX and Kings, CG Power dropped ...
4 Stocks That Have Fallen On News Today
Here are 4 stocks that are in the thick of action and in fact have fallen in trade today on adverse news. Lakshmi Vilas Bank The shares only saw sellers at one stage and were locked at the lower end of ...
Stocks That Have Fallen On News Today
Broader Markets Still Languishing Despite Market Rally
While a few stocks like HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank are very close to 52-week highs, after the spectacular rally, following a cut in the corporate tax rates, the broader market is still languishing. Several high quality stocks from the midcap ...
Sensex Slumps 500 Points; HDFC Twins, SBI Drag
After a breathtaking rally late last week and early part of this week, the indices dropped in trade today on selling pressure. The Sensex ended the day lower by 503, while the Nifty shed 148 points in trade at the close. ...
Sensex Slumps 500 Points Hdfc Twins Sbi Drag
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