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NSE index: How is the index defined?

The National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE), set up in the year 1992, is India’s largest financial market. In the present time, NSE is a completely electronic, allowing online trading between companies and investors. NSE India also ranks third in the whole world for the volume transacted. The NSE transactions are in forms of debts, derivative markets and equity.NSE India offers capital building abilities for companies and a platform for trading debts, derivatives and equity - which includes both mutual funds and currencies.

NSE index is merely an indicator, which gives a basic idea when the stocks have gone down or the stocks have gone up, depicting the performance of the stock and share market. Financial analysts to facilitate better measures that will increase the market capitalisation and also stabilise the stock market performance use these indices in economic research. Indices majorly help in risk management in the global economy scenario. Nifty is the index associated with National Stock Exchange. Nifty tracks the performance of blue chip companies, the biggest companies in India.

NSE index, Nifty takes are the important sectors of the Indian economy and offers its investors an exposure towards the portfolio of the Indian market. IISL, INDIA Index Service and Products own nifty.NSE index, Nifty is a 50 stock, weighted index, which is used for benchmarking economy portfolios, funds and derivatives. Nifty also represents around 65% of the total float-adjusted market capitalisation of the Indian National Stock Exchange. As it is a diversified index, reflecting precisely the market performance, the reward-risk ratio of Nifty is higher than other indices of measurement.Maintaining the index is extremely crucial to ensure consistency of the Indian equity markets. IISL, which takes care of all aspects of NSE index, Nifty, is the decision maker when it comes to additions and removal of companies in the index. Change is the index directly affects the market capitalisation, which is caused by the fluctuation of stock price. The index is calculated real time on all days National Stock Exchange is open.
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