Fluctuations in BSE and NSE India

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Stock exchanges are the quintessence of markets across the world. The Indian market is home to around 28 regional and national bourses out of which the NSE and BSE hold significant places. Majority of the transactions take place in these two stock exchanges. While NSE India has embarked on ground-breaking efforts towards elevating the standing of the Indian capital market in the world map, BSE has played a key role in facilitating the expansion of the capital market in the home country.
If we look back at the performance of the Indian stock market during the last five to six years, the year 2007 was very optimistic for investors and analysts alike. The market during that year was highly bullish and year 2013 seems pessimistic. After a record high figure of the indices, soon markets tumbled owing to the global recession and till date the lost figures have not been reached. Though Budget 2013 generated much hopes yet it did not fulfill market expectations. Currently the BSE and NSE are above the 18,000 and 5000 figures respectively with ebb and flow still affecting performances.
The year 2013 indeed started with a pessimistic note, though both investors and analysts, at the end of 2012, hoped of a remarkable year ahead. The pessimism is all a result of weak global cues, high inflation levels, high deficit, exposure of scams, political instability, and more. RBI rate cuts infused rays of hope, though temporarily. Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) selling their shares for some time added to the downtrend of the indices of BSE and NSE India.
Irrespective of whether the market is in the uptrend or downtrend, there are certain stocks that have maintained an upward momentum. Investors who are involved in thorough research, taking into consideration company overview, quarterly results, year-on-year performance, up-to-the-minute price change trends, volume of shares traded, difference between bid and offer price, what experts opine, and related paraphernalia of the chosen stock do manage to experience a win-win situation.

Both the bourses have been the means of support of thousands of investors. Staying updated with NSE and BSE live statistics (that matter to you), displayed at a reliable news portal can prove advantageous.
According to experts and as market history has always proved, few mid-caps may outperform the market. During the last few days, over 35 stocks listed in NSE India hit a new low, which is again a temporary trend. It is no surprise if the same stocks outperform the market in the near future!

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Riya Dutt is an Economics analyst and writes reviews on the BSE NSE. The above article is about NSE India.

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This article was published on 2013/04/11