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Stock Exchange[1]

Stock Exchange[1]

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Slide 1:History of stock exchange
The history of stock exchanges can be traced to 12th century France – unofficial
The Amsterdam Stock Exchange, created in 1602, became the first
official
stock exchange when it began trading shares of the Dutch East India Company. Thesewere the first company shares ever issued.
Major stock exchange in the world
USA
o
NYSE -
It is the largest stock exchange in the world by dollar  volume. nicknamed the "
Big Board
,"
o
DOW Jones
- created in nineteenth century by 
editor and Dow Jones & Companyco-founder Charles Dow. Dow compiled the index as a way to gauge the performance of the industrial component of America'sstock markets.
o
NASDAQ
– (
 National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations)
is anAmerican stock exchange. It is the largestelectronic screen-basedequity securities trading market in the United States. It was founded in 1971 by the National Association of Securities Dealers(NASD),
o
S&P 500
- The
S&P 500
is an index containing the stocks of 500Large-Capcorporations, most of which areAmerican. The index is the most notable of the many indices owned and maintained byStandard & Poor's,a division of McGraw-Hill
Europe
o
FTSE 100
- FTSE is an abbreviation of 'Financial Times Stock Exchange'.The index is maintained by the FTSE Group, a now independent companywhich originated as a joint venture between the
 and theLondon Stock Exchange. It is ashare indexof the 100 most highlycapitalisedcompanieslisted on theLondon Stock Exchange
o
DAX
- (
 Deutsche Aktien IndeX 30
, formerly
 Deutscher Aktien-Index 30
(German stock index) is aBlue Chip stock market index consisting of the 30 major Germancompanies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
o
CAC 40
- is a benchmark French stock market index.The index represents a capitalization-weighted measure of the 40 most significantvalues among the 100 highestmarket caps on the Paris Bourse
Asia
o
Nikkei 225
- theTokyo Stock Exchange(TSE). The Nikkei average is themost watched index of Asianstocks.
 
o
Hang Seng -
The
Hang Seng Index
is a freefloat-adjusted marketcapitalization-weighted stock market indexinHong Kong.
o
 NSE
o
BSE
Slide 2:Introduction to Indian Stock Exchange - BSE
Established in 1875. Oldest stock exchange in Asia. Established as “The NativeShare & Stock Brokers Association”
1
st
Stock exchange in the country to have obtained permanent recognition in 1956from GOI under Securities contract (regulation) Act 1956.s
There are 23 recognized stock exchanges in India
More than 6000 companies are listed on BSE.
Earlier an Association of Persons (AOP), the Exchange is now a demutualisedand corporatised entity incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act,1956, pursuant
 
to the BSE(Corporatisation
and Demutualisation) Scheme, 2005.
The major indices on BSE are:Sector Based
o
BANKEX Index – HDFC, ICICI, IDBI etc.
o
BSE Metal Index – Hindalco, Jindal Steel, SAIL etc.
o
BSE Oil & Gas Index – Essar Oil, ONGC, IOC etc.Capitalization Based
o
BSE – Large Cap – Market Cap over 10,000 crores – Blue Chip Stocks
o
BSE – Mid Cap – Market Cap between 2000-10000 crores
o
BSE – Small Cap – Market Cap less than 2000 crores
Slide 3:Instrument traded on BSE:
Options
-
Options
are financial instruments that convey the right, but not the obligation,to engage in a future transaction on some underlying security.
Futures & Forwards
– While futures andforward contracts are both a contract to deliver  a commodity on a future date at a prearranged price, they are different in several respects:a) Forwards transact only when purchased and on the settlement date. Futures, on theother hand, are rebalanced, or "marked to market," every day to the daily spot price of aforward with the same agreed-upon delivery price and underlying asset. b) Futures are always traded on anexchange, whereas forwards always tradeover-the- counter c) Futures are highly standardised, whereas some forwards are unique
Commercial paper
-is amoney-market securityissued by large banksandcorporations
 
Interest rate swap
- is aderivativein which one party exchanges a stream of interest  payments for another party's stream of cash flows
Slide 4:Index Calculation:
Slide 5:Sensitivity of Exchange
Government Policy and Political Stability
FII’s Participation
Global Cues (Signals)
Major IPO’s
Interest Rates – Global & India
Rumors – Tips (From Undisclosed source)
Slide 6:Terminology used:
Circuit
Stop Loss
Margins
Slide 7:Do’s and don’ts for the Investors:
Pikashoo
 
The main criteria for selecting the 30stocks is as follows:Market capitalization: The company should have amarket capitalization in the Top 100 marketcapitalization’s of the BSE. Also the market

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