Sensex India is the figures of BSE 30 listed companies on the basis of free flow capitalization method. The free flow capitalization method is the calculation of figures derived from readily available stocks and shares for trading in the open market. This sensex index reflects the market condition and changes in the price of various commodities. Not only this, it also tells us about the assets of a particular company and its status in the market. The main aim of calculating sensex is to assess the value of a company and its ability to do trade.
There are 30 companies involved in the calculation of BSE Sensex. These include some of the big business shots in the market, such as Bharti Airtel, DLF Universal Limited, HDFC Bank, Hindalco Industries, Hindustan Liver Limited, ICICI Bank, Infosys, Larsen & Tubro, Mahindra Limited, Maruti Udyog, NTPC, ONGC, Ranbaxy Industries, Reliance Industries, Tata Group of companies and Wipro. These days, a conversation about hikes and lows in stock market is the prime topic. You get to know the trading ability and goodwill of a company in current news. All these news helps the industry people to make prediction about hikes and deduction in the prices of raw materials or other commodities manufactured by the companies.
BSE Sensex index fell down 1.2 percent on Thursday 5th Feb 2009, after the two-day upward graph. Reliance Industries and Housing Development Financing Corporation are main BSE Companies which are main sources of this downward trend. Shipping companies jump the trend, still when there are weak global feelings and persistent economic worries exist in Indian share markets.
India’s largest vehicle maker, Tata Motor’s shares fell down by 5.3 percent during the day and closed at 2.8 percent at Rs. 131.50, it was the market news during the day that Tata motor’s had holdup the vendor’s payments. Inflation was less than expectations, due to this it failed to strengthen the many banks sentiments because more rate cuts were seen and due this it cut down the profit margins. The BSE -30 Sensex was closed at Rs. 9,090.97, down by 1.21 percent or 110.97 points, it rubs the profit of three-quarters over last two days.
On 3 Feb 2009, BSE Sensex has gained 0.91 percent or 133.50 points at 9,149.30. It was opened with the boom but fell down by 0.3 percent before reach to 2.6 percent. ITC and Reliance Industries are main leader of the rising Sensex this time. World markets are helping to calm down the stock markets investor nerves.
Australia and Japan has taken the positive moves to help their sick economies to set the good platform for bounce back in the world markets like Asia, Europe but the investors are extra conscious about the overview of the Indian stock market. Industry major player like Reliance Industries have the strong weight in the main BSE-30 index and it was up by 2 percent to Rs. 1,302.55, it was boomed because investors expected that gas sales may help the company in the current time.
Have you come across the latest business news! God, it is shocking to know about the financial revelations of Satyam Computers. After the great recession witnessed during the last quarter of last year, the year brought hopes as the Sensex began to rise, though slowly with fluctuations now and then. Well that’s the latest Business News India that has marked the headlines all over the world.
With the rupee increasing over the last two weeks prior to the scandal, a ray of hope ran into my veins….I was just speculating how to invest. I always rely on business news as it gives news up-to-date of the current situation.
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