BSE 100

25821.55
As on 19 Jul 2024 03:59 PM

BSE 100 Performance

  • Open

    26,219.04

  • High

    26,219.04

  • Low

    25,796.58

  • Prev Close

    26,171.36

  • Dividend Yeild

    1.15%

  • P/E

    23.41

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Stocks Performance
ASHOKLEY
223.95
-1.88%
ASIANPAINT
2945.95
0.53%
BAJAJHLDNG
9696.2
-0.88%
BHARATFORG
1579.2
-2.63%
BRITANNIA
5877.6
0.22%
CIPLA
1483.5
-1.5%
COLPAL
3113.55
-0.29%
EICHERMOT
4854.65
-1.72%
NESTLEIND
2598.9
-1%
AMBUJACEM
677.7
-1.84%
GRASIM
2753.5
-1.31%
HEROMOTOCO
5423.8
-1.47%
HINDALCO
663
-3.91%
HINDUNILVR
2726.65
-0.36%
INDHOTEL
577.5
-0.8%
ITC
474.3
0.89%
CUMMINSIND
3557.95
-6.29%
TRENT
5166
-2.72%
LT
3618.55
-0.96%
M&M
2750.55
-2.46%
RELIANCE
3109.5
-1.92%
VEDL
439.8
-2.58%
SHREECEM
27130.1
-3.33%
SRF
2340.8
-2.61%
SIEMENS
6835
-4.08%
TATAPOWER
414.15
-3.69%
TATACONSUM
1187.55
-0.45%
TATAMOTORS
989.9
-3.43%
TATASTEEL
157.75
-5.17%
WIPRO
557.25
-2.78%
APOLLOHOSP
6388
-1.98%
DRREDDY
6641.9
-0.35%
TITAN
3258.7
-0.1%
SBIN
889.2
-0.47%
SHRIRAMFIN
2802.2
-2.25%
CHOLAFIN
1426.6
-1.56%
BPCL
303.8
-4.49%
BEL
306.3
-2.3%
KOTAKBANK
1821.75
-0.08%
UPL
542.85
-2.8%
PIIND
3810
-2.34%
INFY
1792.85
1.92%
LUPIN
1785.8
-1.68%
PIDILITIND
3133.2
-1.94%
HAVELLS
1765.5
-5.14%
DABUR
632
-1.94%
FEDERALBNK
191.95
-2.29%
BAJFINANCE
6934
-2.44%
ADANIENT
3009.3
-2.63%
SUNPHARMA
1566.7
-1.69%
JSWSTEEL
889.55
-4.37%
HDFCBANK
1607.1
-0.46%
TCS
4302.75
-0.27%
ICICIBANK
1248.25
-0.12%
POWERGRID
332.2
-2.58%
BANKBARODA
250.3
-2%
CANBK
112.85
-2.55%
MARUTI
12539.8
-0.88%
INDUSINDBK
1429
-1.8%
AXISBANK
1292.1
-1.3%
HCLTECH
1594.35
0.03%
ONGC
319.65
-3.49%
DLF
815.95
-3.44%
PNB
116.45
-1.98%
TVSMOTOR
2404.5
-0.05%
UNITDSPR
1297.85
-0.21%
NTPC
364.5
-3.51%
IOC
165.55
-2.39%
COALINDIA
487.95
-3.4%
HAL
4801.2
-4.27%
PFC
534.05
-2.46%
APLAPOLLO
1486.95
-2.51%
GAIL
219.75
-4%
MARICO
668.8
-2.25%
BHARTIARTL
1463.7
-1.32%
TECHM
1491.4
-3.16%
RECLTD
597.95
-1.98%
LTIM
5741
-0.23%
PERSISTENT
4574.85
-6.5%
NAUKRI
6781.95
-2.15%
DIVISLAB
4518.95
-1.38%
HDFCAMC
4048.3
-2.7%
ADANIPORTS
1468.65
-1.68%
GODREJCP
1456.35
-0.44%
HDFCLIFE
636
-1.98%
SBILIFE
1647.9
-0.67%
ICICIGI
1882.15
-1.5%
MAXHEALTH
918.45
-1.6%
IRCTC
989.15
-2.04%
VBL
1559.55
-1.96%
ULTRACEMCO
11268.1
-3.28%
YESBANK
24.78
-3.8%
BAJAJ-AUTO
9384.9
-2.5%
BAJAJFINSV
1639.7
-0.71%
INDIGO
4271.8
-3.27%
AUBANK
633.35
0.05%
TATAMTRDVR
677.05
-3.38%
DMART
5013.6
-1.34%
TIINDIA
3996.7
-2.23%
IDFCFIRSTB
76.01
-2.25%
ZOMATO
218.8
-0.82%

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BSE 100 Sector Performance

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S&P BSE 100

The BSE 100 is a broad-based index, which was previously known as the BSE National index. The index has the base year of 1983-1984 base year, and it was launched back in 1989. The index is created to measure the performance of the 100 biggest companies and also the most liquid Indian firms.


The BSE 100 index gets calculated in Indian Rupees, and the index contains float-adjusted stocks. The companies that fall under the BSE 100 index get revised semi-annually in the months of June and December each year. Besides that, the index’s computation methodology also shifted with time.
The BSE 100 firms are picked out based on these criteria:

●    The constituent should be a part of the S&P BSE LargeMidCap.
●    The selection takes place based on the free-float market value.
●    The company weightage is based on the float-adjustment market value of the constituent.
●    Companies should carry a minimum traded value equal to or greater than 10 billion.
●    The BSE 100 firms are chosen according to their rankings. This list is acquired as a blend of their market value and liquidity.
 

S&P BSE 100 Scrip Selection Criteria

Now, let’s take a look at the scrip selection criteria of the S&P BSE 100.

● Company equities listed under the Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd will be viewed as eligible. This excludes all those companies, which classify under mutual funds, scrips suspended on the final day before the review date, Z group, and scrips. These are objected to through the Surveillance section of the Exchange and also those which get traded under the permitted section.

● All S&P BSE 100 needs to have 3-month listing history at BSE. An exception of 1 month will be provided. This is only possible when the free-float market capitalization of all the newly listed businesses ranks in the top 10 categories in BSE. But during that event, when a company gets listed on account of an amalgamation, merger, or demerger, listing history is not needed.

● All scrips need to be traded 95% of the trading days during the last 3 months. Exceptions will only be provided for extreme reasons.

● The constituent’s list is selected through the 3-step process. During the process, 150 businesses are selected through the free-float market capitalization. Along with that, other additional enterprises are also added under the top 150 category through full-market capitalization.

● All the filtered lists of constituents chosen will be ranked on absolute turnover.

● Companies present in the sorted and filtered list and has a cumulative turnover of over 99% will be excluded.

● The rest of the businesses will be sorted through the free-float market capitalization and whether or not they are listed under the BSE-100 constituents.

● The scrip selection will try to maintain the sectoral index weights, which are widely in order with the entire market.

● According to the opinions of the BSE Index Committee, all the companies that will get included under the index must carry an acceptable track record.

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Faqs

What is S&P BSE 100?

The S&P BSE 100 is a price-sensitive stock index that was designed to measure the stock performance of the top 100 companies. These companies should fall under the BSE Sensex 100 list.

What can S&P BSE 100 do?

When you check the BSE Sensex Today Live, you will find that it measures the changes that take place in the monetary markets and the economy.

What exactly does S&P BSE stand for?

S&P stands for “Standard and Poor,” and BSE 100 stands for Bombay Stock Exchange, which measures the performance of 100 big companies.

How to Invest in S&P BSE Index?

To invest in BSE 100 today, you can do so directly within the constituents of the S&P BSE 100 index. But make sure that you choose a reliable and trusted brokerage platform to conduct the investment work.

Be sure to research the platform right before you invest.

When was S&P BSE 100 Launched?

The S&P BSE 100 index was launched way back in 1989 and had the base year of 1983-1984. 

Can I invest in the S&P BSE 100 through a brokerage firm?

In short, yes, you can. But please make sure that the brokerage firm is government-registered.
 

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