What does the BSE SENSEX index comprise of?

By Research Desk
about 3 years ago

BSE Sensex is an index. BSE Sensex also called as BSE 30 or only as Sensex. It was established on 01st January 1986. BSE Sensex is considered as pulse for Indian domestic market. This index is calculated based on the free float market capitalization method. BSE Sensex comprise of 30 well establish companies having consistent growth and good PE ratio.

This index is indicator of market movement. If BSE Sensex goes up it represents most of the shares which are listed on BSE Sensex are in uptrend. Likewise, if BSE Sensex goes down it represents most of the shares which are listed on BSE Sensex are on downtrend.

The BSE Sensex is currently made up of the following stocks.

 

Sr. No.

Stock Name

1

Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone

2

Asian Paints

3

Axis Bank

4

Bajaj Auto

5

Bharti Airtel

6

BHEL

7

CIPLA

8

Coal India

9

Dr. Reddys Laboratories

10

GAIL India

11

HDFC

12

HDFC Bank

13

Hero MotoCorp

14

Hindustan Unilever

15

ICICI Bank

16

Infosys

17

ITC

18

Larsen and Toubro

19

Lupin

20

Mahindra & Mahindra

21

Maruti Suzuki

22

NTPC

23

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation

24

Reliance Industries

25

State Bank Of India

26

Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries

27

Tata Motors

28

Tata Steel

29

Tata Consultancy Services

30

Wipro

 

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