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All you need to know about Nifty
What is the Nifty? What is the Nifty 50?
Nifty is a stock index in India which was introduced by the National Stock Exchange on April 21, 1996 as an equity benchmark. The term ‘Nifty’ is a combination of two words: National and Fifty, as it consists of 50 stocks that across the12 sectors of the economy: pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, financial services, telecommunications, metals, automobiles, construction, fertilizers and pesticides, information technology, energy, cement and cement products, media and entertainment, and services.In addition to serving as a benchmark for fund portfolios, Nifty is also used for other purposes such as index funds and index-based derivatives.
Nifty is owned and managed by India Index Services and Products (IISL) – a subsidiary which is wholly owned by the NSE Strategic Investment Corporation Limited. The IISL is an Indian-based company and one of the largest single financial products in the country focused on the index as its core product. Its ecosystem comprises exchange-traded futures, onshore and offshore exchange traded funds, and other index funds derivatives.As at March 2017, it was reported that the Nifty 50 Index makes up 62.9% of the free float market capitalization of the listed stocks on NSE.
What is the full form of nifty?
NIFTY’s full form is National stock exchange fifty.
How is Nifty Calculated?
Since June 26, 2009, the Nifty 50 Index has been calculated through the free float market capitalization weighted method. Nifty, like Sensex (the BSE stock market index indicator), follows a mathematical formula to derive the market capitalization. In this method, the Equity capital is multiplied with a price to determine the market capitalization.
To derive the free float market capitalization, the equity capital will be multiplied by price and IWF, which is an important factor used to determine the number of available shares for free trading in the market. The free float capitalization weighted method also takes constituent changes in the index into account, including corporate actions like rights and stock splits without affecting the value of the index. However, the index value is derived on a daily basis by considering the market value divided by the base market capital multiplied by the Base Index Value of 1000.
How do stocks get selected for nifty 50?
This is the Eligibility Measures for the Selection of Essential Stocks:
The best way to measure the liquidity of a stock is the Market impact cost. It perfectly mirrors the costs faced when trading an index. For a stock to be eligible for possible addition into the NIFTY50, it would have traded at a regular bearing cost of 0.50% or below within the last 6 months for around 90% of the observation phase and possess the basket size of Rs.100 Million.
The establishment should possess a listing history of about 6 months.
For Companies that have been allowed to trade within the F&O segment, they are only allowed to be a constituent of the index.
Any company that comes out with an Initial Public Offering (IPO) will be qualified for addition within the index if it accomplishes the usual admissibility conditions for the index in a 3 month period as opposed to a 6 month period.
When can the Nifty 50 list be re-balanced?
The Nifty 50 Index can be re-balanced every six months. January 31 and July 31 have been set as the cut-off for every year. However, Four weeks preceding notice will be given to the market from the date of the change.
Trading in Nifty 50
Trading in derivatives at the NSE commenced with index futures on June 12, 2000. However, on June 4, 2001, trading on index options was later introduced by the NSE based on Nifty 50.
Nifty is a stock market index used to determine the strength and value of the stock market. Since it is a diversified stock market indicator, more trading is done on it compared to Sensex on BSE.
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