The Indian capital market witnessed nascence about 135 years ago with the formation of a broking firm what is today called the BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange). This bourse played an instrumental role in elevating the status of the Indian economy as well as growth of some of the honchos of the industry. Another bourse that has equally carved a niche is the NSE (National Stock Exchange). There are a number of other stock exchanges in the country but it is the NSE BSE that holds prominence and attention at the national and global level. No market news is complete without mention of the nifty and the sensex, both indices of the NSE BSE respectively.
Initially shares and stocks of the NSE BSE did not attract investors as in the current scenario. The complex processes involved and the lack of easy access to information, updates, stock tips, guidance, etc. were the key drawbacks. With online trading and with all inconveniences negated, the investor count increased rapidly. Today, companies listed in the NSE and BSE sell thousands of shares each day to the public, raising money for further expansion and related activities.
The Indian stock market is often interpreted as the NSE BSE market. Investments are subject to market risks; it is the volatility that determines the rising and falling prices of stocks. Here, you can have access to the A-Z of information related to the NSE and BSE. Our commitment is to serve you and guide you towards achieving your trading goals.