Market Rally Let us begin by analysing the recent trends in the Indian stock market. The market has rallied and touched an all-time high of 28,000 for the first time in the history. The market has gained over 7.5% or nearly 200 points in mere 12 trading sessions to reach at its all-time high. The trend is likely to continue as per the various analysts of the market and the various reasons for bullish expectations are:
In 1996, the Indian parliament passed the Derivatives act, which allowed online transaction of shares, thus making it much easier for all stakeholders to perform their task. Online trading, in simple terms, can be understood as buying and selling securities through the internet. Such trading commonly necessitates an online trading platform offered for order initiation and completion. This trading platform provides the investor with all the trading information necessary to make informed investment decision at any point of time. Securities trading can be done with a click of a few buttons and the investor has access to live market watch functionalities and intraday research dashboard with quick login.
Would You Like Stocks With Your Coffee? Shares of the various East India companies were issued on paper, which allowed investors to sell to other investors. However, in order to be able to buy stocks, an
Thanks to deregulation & technological advances, Financial Markets are all interlinked. Funds can thus be raised overseas, not only domestically. Deregulation is the process by which rules and regulations are removed or reduced in order to make markets increasingly efficient. The rationale behind this is that deregulation will promote
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES OF STUDY The stock market in India is one of the efficient and dynamic markets for securities in Asia. Shares trading market started growing in India from 19th century when a bunch of stock brokers in Bombay formed Native Share and Stockbrokers Association in 1875. This association played a key role in devising the codes of conduct in stock broking industry and helped in mobilizing capital for investment in various corporate companies. It was later known as Bombay Stock Exchange, the oldest stock exchange of Asia. BSE National Index was launched by January 1989 and consisted of 100 stocks listed at 5 major exchanges in India.
Outline I. Introduction II. Background introduction (A). introduction of firm Alpha Titans LLC (B). introduction of other related entities (C). facts of the case III. Decision making model apply to the case (A). how should we make the decision (i). determine the facts (ii). identify the character of interest (iii). determine the stakeholder (vi).
This paper tends to evaluate the various strategies used in stock markets by different companies in order to regain market strength and to secure more4 reliable returns to the companies. This paper highlights about two major companies in the stock market, the AAPL and GOOGL company. The two companies use
Some studies do examine the portfolio management along with the market volatility, impact however; the scope is often limited to a Bangalore. This study takes a look at the awareness of Mutual fund industries its growth in India. If one considers the transactions by domestic mutual funds (MFs) in the equity market an indicator of domestic investor participation in the stock market, domestic investors have been active participants in recent times. But the common perception that domestic investors lack market-moving influence is not entirely based on fact.
For stock market and stock brokers, the introduction of National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ) in 1971, the world’s first electronic stock market, made a huge impact. The NASDAQ helped lower the spread (the difference between the bid price and the ask price of the stock) and reduce significantly the delay between the initiation and execution of stock orders. Moreover, NASDAQ has provided a basis for the development of online brokers, which leads to a
It is in this context that the Stock Exchange of Mauritius Ltd (SEM), a private limited company, was established to operate a modern stock exchange as from 1989.The Stock Exchange of Mauritius was also known as the Port Louis Stock Exchange (PLSE) in the beginning. It is composed of an Official Market and an over the Counter Market (OTC). The trading activity of the exchange is administered by the Stock Exchange of Mauritius Limited (SEM). The regulatory body is the Stock Exchange Commission Limited (SEC). The firm has madesome progress throughout the past few years. On the Official Market, the number of listed companies grew from six at December 1989 to 89 at December 2015.The listed companies are classified into seven broad categories, namely banking and insurance,industry, investment companies, sugar, commerce, leisure and hotels, and
Beneficiaries such as financial intermediaries, policy makers, investors and importantly policy makers place a great concern on stock market volatility specifically in emerging nations (Al-Khouri and Abdallah, 2012) and India is no exception. In India major derivatives exchange which was started its activity 1995. NSC is trading platform for future and option based on the following underlying assets: share and bonds issued by leading Indian companies. In Indian, NSE and BSC are two major exchanges on which derivatives products stock index option and option and NIFTY.
Banner ID: B00149402 MODULE ACCT08003 Module: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Module Leader: Steven Leonard Word Count: 1756 1. Introduction The London Stock Exchange lists the FTSE 100 which is a share index of stocks of 100 companies showing the highest market capitalisation. This will be completed by discussing the movement of the company’s share during the time period. The companies will also be compared to the movement of the shares against each other, against FTSE 100 and against its industry sector. The records and comparisons will be all in context of Stock Market Efficiency. Stock Market allows a company to be aware of the trade with shares and finance which is at an agreeable price. Two of the companies chosen to
Stock exchange acts as an intermediary to bring companies and investors together. It allows companies to raise new capital to support their business during growth phase. Investors can trade stock and other financial products offering in the stock exchange market. However, stock exchange need to be regulated to ensure transparency and fairness. Companies try to manipulate the price for the benefit of the business ethically and unethically. Therefore, standard must be set to maintain a fair and orderly market while encourage investors’ confidence
This account is popular in India. The market regulator, securities and 2. Broking firm with which investment is done Table2: Table showing Broking firm with which investment is done Fig7: Graph showing Broking firm with which investment is done. Interpretation: Many people are associated with Reliance Securities Ltd. ANALYSIS OF DATA Online Broker Brokerage for Delivery Brokerage for Intraday Trading R K Global Shares &Securities brokerage charges 0.20% - 0.30% 0.02% - 0.03% SBICAP Securities brokerage charges 0.50% 0.10% Sharekhan brokerage charges 0.03% - 0.50% 0.03% - 0.10% Motilal Oswal brokerage charges 0.30% - 0.50% 0.03% - 0.15% 5 paisa brokerage charges 0.25% - 0.85% 0.07% Angel Broking brokerage charges 0.50% 0.02% - 0.03% ICICI direct brokerage charges 0.75% 0.15% Indiabulls brokerage charges 0.25% - 0.50% 0.05% - 0.10% HDFC Securities brokerage charges 0.50% 0.15% UTI Securities brokerage charges 0.80% 0.15% Religare brokerage charges 0.20-0.30% 0.02% - 0.03% Reliance Money brokerage charges 0.01% 0.01% India info line brokerage charges 0.50% 0.10% CONCLUSION India adopted the Demat System for electronic storing, wherein shares and securities are represented and maintained electronically, thus eliminating the troubles associated with paper shares. After the introduction of the depository system by the Depository Act of 1996, the process for sales, purchases and transfers of shares became significantly easier and most of the risks associated with paper certificates were mitigated.it was Easy
ROLE OF QIB (QUALIFIED INSTITUTIONAL BUYER) IN THE INDIAN CAPITAL MARKET FOR THE LAST 6 YEARS