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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / amit bardhan mohanty

he word Nifty is a combination of two words namely the "N"
from national and "ifty" from fifty. It is an index of
fifty companies listed on the National Stock Exchange in
India. The fifty companies cover twenty two different
sectors of the Indian economy. The Sensex on the other hand
refers to the sensitivity Index of the Bombay Stock
Exchange. The Sensex comprises of the traded stock of the
thirty most traded and active types. It is also
representative and covers various sectors. The stock of the
Nifty companies' accounts for approximately sixty percent
of the stock traded at the National stock exchange, the
Sensex stock accounts for nearly twenty percent of the
capitalization of the Bombay Stock Exchange.

The Sensex suffered its worse performance on the 22nd of
May 2006 when it plunged by around one thousand one hundred
points.

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / m.kishore kumar

SENEX stands for Sensitivity Index.SENSEX is the index
(measurement) of Bombay Stock Exchange. In Bombay Stock
Exchange Top 30 companies are listed. BSE is the short form
of Bombay Stock Exchange.Head office is in Bombay. Dhalal
Street.

NSE stands for National Stock Exchange.NSE is the third
largest Stock Exchange in the World. Nifty is the one of
the index of Bombay Stock Exchange. In NSE top 50 companies
are listed.

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / naveen_hbi

nifty is a index of NSE. and sensex is a index of BSE. in
nifty management, member and regulater are different. it is
demutulised.

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / kiran

i case of sensex the result annonced with in short spam
while coming to nifty it some more time

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / sangeetha

nifty is the benchmark of NSE. sensex is the benchmark of BSE.

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / nitin nimkar

NIFTY is index of NSE India and it carry top 50 stock where
as SENSEX is index of BSE India and it carry top 30 stock of
the market.

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / daxesh

nifty is NSE fifty .its made index of top 50 companies of NSE.and sensex is index for BSE and its index made up of BSE.

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / vikas

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / paramesh

Nse indicates National stock exchange .it comprises top fifty companies where as Bse indicates Bombay(Regional) stock exchange.It comprises top 30 companies.....Paramesh and vasu

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What is difference between NIFTY & SENSEX?..

Answer / rajendra sahu

SENSEX IS CALLED SENSITIVITY INDEX. BSE OR SENSEX IS 30
COMPANIES.
NIFTY IS CALLED NSE (NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE).ITS 50 COMPANIES.

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