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Indian stock market

Indian stock market



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Published by jyoti verma
hi its an assignment on analyzing the causes of the booms in Indian stock market since last 2 years as well as it talks about some of the note
worthy slides. hope u ll njoy it.
hi its an assignment on analyzing the causes of the booms in Indian stock market since last 2 years as well as it talks about some of the note
worthy slides. hope u ll njoy it.

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ecurity Analysis and Portfolio
An Assignment on:
Analysis of Indian share market sincelast two years.
(incl. the reasons for present slides)
 Assignment submitted by:-
 Jyoti vermaPGPM/07-09/23ASBM, Bhubaneswar
There was a time when India was discussed as the land of snake charmers, black magicand epidemics but the revolutionary Indian growth story changed everything. Indianeconomy at its height compelled the world to change its viewpoint towards India. Out of the several factors which changed the face of modern India, we are going to discuss themost roaring of them i.e. our share market. The earlier reform procedures adopted byIndia gave India the two most sought after world-class brands i.e. SENSEX and NIFTY.The magical figures displayed by our market turned all the heads on India. And India became one of the most favoured places for investment. Now we are going to deal with the ups and downs in the share market since last two yearsi.e. since year 2006.our share market has went through many phases in there 2 years. Wesaw the investors getting overjoyed at 21K and we saw them crying too when it crashed.We saw how the market rewarded the undervalued shares and how the overvalued sharesfell down to demonstrate the saying “everything which rise more than expected, has tofall.”So to analyze the saga of Indian share market, we had two indices to follow: BSE sensexand NSE nifty. Though NSE nifty is a more advanced option and has left BSE sensex far  behind, still we call BSE sensex as the barometer of our economy. That’s why we havefollowed the BSE sensex. It was not possible to track each and everyday figure of thesensex since last two years. The performance of the sensex is analyzed with the help of data and graphs collected from various sources and some of the most talked aboutmovements of sensex starting with the secondary market summary of each year, firstlyyear 2006 and then year 2007.
Year 2006 at a glance:
In the secondary market, the uptrend continued in 2006-07 with BSE indices closingabove 14000(14,015) for the first time on January 3, 2007. After a somewhat dullfirsthalf conditions on the bourses turned buoyant during the later part of the year withlarge inflows from Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) and larger participation of domestic investors. During 2006, on a point-to-point basis, Sensex rose by 46.7%.The pickup in the stock indices could be attributed to impressive growth in the profitability of Indian corporate, overall higher growth in the economy, and other globalfactors such as continuation of relatively soft interest rates and fall in the internationalcrude prices.BSE Sensex (top 30stocks) which was 9,398 at end-December 2005 and 10,399 at end-May 2006, after dropping to 8,929 on June 14, 2006, recovered soon thereafter to risesteadily to 13787 by end-December 2006.
According to the number of transactions, NSE continued to occupy the third position amongthe world’s biggest exchanges
in 2006, as in the previous three years. BSE occupied the sixth position in 2006, slipping
one position from 2005. In terms
of listed companies, the BSEranks first in the world.In terms of volatility of weekly returns, uncertainties as depicted by Indian indices werehigher than those in outside India such as S&P 500 of United States of America and Kospi of South Korea. The Indian indices recorded higher volatility on weekly returns during the two-year period. January 2005 to December 2006 as compared to January 2004 to December 2005The market valuation of Indian stocks at the end of December 2006, with the Sensex tradingat a P/E multiple of 22.76 and S&P CNX Nifty at 21.26, was higher than those in mostemerging markets of Asia, e.g. South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia and Taiwan; andwas the second highest among emerging markets. The better valuation could be on account of the good fundamentals and expected future growth in earnings of Indian corporateLiquidity, which serves as a fuel for the price discovery process, is one of the main criteriasought by the investor while investing in the stock market. Market forces of demandand supply determine the price of any security at any point of time. Impact cost quantifiesthe impact of a small change in such forces on prices. Higher the liquidity, lower the impactcost.
SENSEX during 2006:
(Economic Survey 2007-08)

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