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BSE SENSEX
The S&P BSE SENSEX (S&P Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive
Index), also-called the BSE 30 or simply the SENSEX, is a
free-float market capitalization-weighted stock market index of 30
well-established and financially sound companies listed on BSE
Ltd. The 30 component companies which are some of the largest
and most actively traded stocks, are representative of various
industrial sectors of the Indian economy. Published since 1
January 1986, the S&P BSE SENSEX is regarded as the pulse of
the domestic stock markets in India. The base value of the S&P
BSE SENSEX is taken as 100 on 1 April 1979, and its base year as
1978–79. On 25 July 2001 BSE launched DOLLEX-30, a
dollar-linked version of S&P BSE SENSEX. As of 21 April 2011,
the market capitalisation of S&P BSE SENSEX was about
29,733 billion (US$511 billion) (47.68% of market capitalisation
of BSE), while its free-float market capitalisation was 15,690
billion (US$270 billion).

S&P BSE SENSEX

Components
The BSE Sensex currently consists of the following 30 major
Indian companies as of 17 February 2012.[1]

The Bombay Stock Exchange building located on Dalal
Street, Mumbai

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Company

Industry

Scrip
[2]

1

Housing Development Finance Corporation Consumer finance

500010

2

Cipla

Pharmaceuticals

500087

3

Bharat Heavy Electricals

Electrical equipment

500103

4

State Bank Of India

Banking

500112

5

HDFC Bank

Banking

500180

6

Hero Motocorp

Automotive

500182

7

Infosys

Information Technology 500209 [8]

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etc. the long-run rate of return on the S&P BSE SENSEX works out to be 18. a variation of the market capitalisation method. the level of index at any point of time reflects the free float market value of 30 component stocks relative to a base period. .BSE SENSEX 2 [9] 8 Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Oil and gas 500312 9 Reliance Industries Oil and gas 500325 10 Tata Power Power 500400 11 Hindalco Industries Metals and Mining 500440 12 Tata Steel Steel 500470 13 Larsen & Toubro Conglomerate 500510 14 Mahindra & Mahindra Automotive 500520 15 Tata Motors Automotive 500570 16 Hindustan Unilever Consumer goods 500696 17 ITC Conglomerate 500875 18 Sterlite Industries Metals and Mining 500900 19 Wipro Information Technology 507685 [20] 20 Sun Pharmaceutical Pharmaceuticals 524715 21 GAIL Oil and gas 532155 22 ICICI Bank Banking 532174 23 Jindal Steel & Power Steel and power 532286 24 Bharti Airtel Telecommunication 532454 25 Maruti Suzuki Automotive 532500 26 Tata Consultancy Services Information Technology 532540 [27] 27 NTPC Power 532555 28 DLF Real estate 532868 29 Bajaj Auto Automotive 532977 30 Coal India Metals and Mining 533278 [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [28] [29] [30] [31] Calculation The BSE constantly reviews and modifies its composition to be sure it reflects current market conditions.6% per annum. replacement of scrips. As per free float capitalisation methodology. or shares that are readily available for trading. which translates to roughly 9% per annum. The index has increased by over ten times from June 1990 to the present. The market capitalisation of a company is determined by multiplying the price of its stock by the number of shares issued by of corporate actions. Using information from April 1979 onwards. The index is calculated based on a free float capitalisation method. Instead of using a company's outstanding shares it uses its float.

000 and touched a peak of 12. Reliance Capital and IPCL made huge gains.001 points during mid-session at the Bombay Stock Exchange for the first time. • 4000. Reliance Energy. the SENSEX touched the four-digit figure for the first time and closed at 1.000.006 points.000 mark for the first time. • 12. the Bombay Stock Exchange's benchmark 30-share index – the SENSEX – crossed the 8.000 mark on 7 February 2006. the SENSEX crossed the 4. However. the SENSEX crossed Graph of S&P BSE SENSEX monthly data the 2. 11 October 1999 – On 11 October 1999.000 mark and hit an all-time high of 6.000 and touched a peak of 11. It touched a peak of 13. 3 . 29 February 1992 – On 29 February 1992. 25 July 1990 – On 25 July 1990.020 followed by the liberal economic policy initiatives undertaken by the then finance minister and current Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh. 30 March 1992 – On 30 March 1992. 27 March 2006 – The SENSEX on 21 March 2006 crossed 11.004 points during mid-session at the Bombay Stock Exchange for the first time. the news of the settlement between the Ambani brothers boosted investor sentiments and the scrips of RIL.000 points. 21 June 2005 – On 20 June 2005.000 points for the first time.000.26 points.000 points. However.[] • 6000. 20 April 2006 – The SENSEX on 20 April 2006 crossed 12.000. the SENSEX surged past the 3.000.000 mark in the wake of the market-friendly Budget announced by Manmohan Singh. it was on 9 December 2005 that the SENSEX first closed at over 9.091 on the expectations of a liberal export-import policy.36.[32] • 7000.001 in the wake of a good monsoon and excellent corporate results.BSE SENSEX Milestones Here is a timeline on the rise of the SENSEX through Indian stock market history • 1000. it was on 27 March 2006 that the SENSEX first closed at over 11. 8 September 2005 – On 8 September 2005.000.000 level following brisk buying by foreign and domestic funds in early trading. as the Bharatiya Janata Party-led coalition won the majority in the 13th Lok Sabha election.000 for the first time.003 points during mid-session. • 8000.32 points during mid-session at the Bombay Stock Exchange on the back of frantic buying spree by foreign institutional investors and well supported by local operators as well as retail investors. • 2000.000 mark and closed at 2.024. 30 October 2006 – The SENSEX on 30 October 2006 crossed 13. This helped the SENSEX crossed 7. • 13.[33] • 10. 5 December 2006 – The SENSEX on 5 December 2006 crossed the 14.000. 9 December 2005 – The SENSEX on 28 November 2005 crossed 9. before finally closing at 13. until 2 January 2004. • 9000. 7 February 2006 – The SENSEX on 6 February 2006 touched 10. the SENSEX crossed the 5. 11 February 2000 – On 11 February 2000.000 and touched a peak of 9.039. when the SENSEX closed at 6.59 points. 15 January 1992 – On 15 January 1992. This record would stand for nearly four years. It was then that the Harshad Mehta scam hit the markets and SENSEX witnessed unabated selling.000 mark.000 mark and closed at 4. • 3000. • 11. the information technology boom helped the SENSEX to cross the 6.026. The SENSEX finally closed above the 10. • 14. • 5000.

touching a peak of 13. P.96.1% in August 2006.000 mark for the first time. 15 October 2007 – The SENSEX on 15 October 2007 crossed the 19. 11 December 2007 – The SENSEX on 29 October 2007 crossed the 20. • 18. 5 December 2006 – The SENSEX on 5 December 2006 crossed 14.000 May 2006 On 22 May 2006. 9 October 2007 – The SENSEX on 9 October 2007 crossed the 18. it was not until 5 November 2010 that the SENSEX closed at 21.67 points.The SENSEX on 6 July 2007 crossed another milestone and reached a magic figure of 15. However. • 17. it was on 11 December 2007 that it finally closed at a figure above 20. and on 16 October 2006.000.26 points. 19 September 2007 – The SENSEX on 19 September 2007 crossed the 16.000 mark.100 points during intra-day trading.000 points. after opening the day with a peak of 14. but still finished the session 457 points in the red.76.000.928.BSE SENSEX • 15.024.000 from 12. the SENSEX closed at an all-time high of 12.000 from 12.500. When trading resumed after the reassurances of the Reserve Bank of India and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).[34] However. and 124 days to reach 13.977.953. 6 July 2007 – The SENSEX on 6 July 2007 crossed the 15. made an unscheduled press statement when trading was suspended to assure investors that nothing was wrong with the fundamentals of the economy.000 mark for the first time. the SENSEX managed to move up 700 points. 30 October 2006 – The SENSEX on 30 October 2006 crossed 13.[36] • 17 May 2013 – The SENSEX on 17 May 2013 closes at 20. for its highest peak in 28 months.028 at 9. this is the all-time record high close for the SENSEX. 6 July 2007.873.000. but closed at 19.000.000.000 mark for the first time. 26 September 2007 – The SENSEX on 26 September 2007 crossed the 17. • 13.000.[] The SENSEX eventually recovered from the volatility.000 mark for the first time. • 20.[35] To date.[37] 2006-2010: The Volatile Journey to 21. before closing at 13. as well as the only time the index has closed above the 21.000.039. before closing at 20.000. This was a result of increased confidence in the economy and reports that India's manufacturing sector grew by 11.286.078 points.[] • 21.36.12.000 mark for the first time. 4 . It took 7 months and one day after first reaching the 14. 5 November 2010 – The SENSEX on 8 January 2008 crossed the 21. for its first close above 21. • 16.000. the SENSEX plunged by 1. • 19 February 2013 – SENSEX becomes S&P SENSEX as BSE ties up with Standard and Poor's to use the S&P brand for Sensex and other indices.000 mark for the first time.58 am(IST). It took 135 days to reach 13. The Finance Minister of India.000.000 mark for the first time during intra-day trading. • 15. The volatility of the SENSEX had caused investors to lose Rs 6 lakh crore (US$131 billion) within seven trading sessions. reaching an intra-day peak of 21.000 mark for the first time.000 points on the back of aggressive buying by funds.000 milestone to touch this historic milestone. and advised retail investors to stay invested. • 14.000 mark for the first time. • 19. leading to the suspension of trading for the first time since 17 May 2004. Chidambaram.004.000.000.18 with an intra-day high of 12.

S. the SENSEX crossed the 17.000 for the first time on the following day.000 mark from its base value of 100 points. On 27 July 2007 the SENSEX witnessed a huge decline because of selling by Foreign Institutional Investors and global cues to come back to 15. 15 October 2007. the SENSEX crossed the 20. SEBI (Securities & Exchange Board of India) proposed curbs on participatory notes which accounted for roughly 50% of FII investment in 2007. The SENSEX would close above the 20. It took 42 days after reaching the 19.The SENSEX on 19 September 2007 crossed the 16. that the government was not against FIIs and was not immediately banning PNs.000-point rally in the history of the SENSEX.000 mark for the first time on 9 October 2007.000 mark.98 to the end of the week.059. On 23 July 2007. the SENSEX reached six 1. the BSE SENSEX fell by 615 points in a single day on 1 August 2007.000.000.998. thus signalling the end of the PN crisis.43 points – 3.41 points to settle at 17. 5 . Within a minute of opening trade. • 20. After the market opened at 10:55 am. The journey from 17. This led to the automatic suspension of trade for one hour. • 19. 11 December 2007. Damodaran regarding the new rules.2 trillion.160 points by noon. gaining 640 points. gaining 788 points. However. Following global cues and heavy selling in the international markets. Participatory notes issue On 16 October 2007.000.322. after touching the lowest level of that week at 17.559. Finance Minister P. 26 September 2007.39 points. It took just 4 trading sessions for the SENSEX to move from 18.000. Reliance group has been the main contributor in this bull run.000 points for the first time.297 sessions taken to touch the 10.000 milestone to close above 20.83 per cent – to close at 17. in the meantime. 9 October 2007.18 during the day. This is the fastest 1000-point rise ever for the index.04 from the last day's close. 19 September 2007.On 26 September 2007. the SENSEX touched a new high of 15.The SENSEX crossed the 19.733 points.The SENSEX crossed the 18.000 to 19.000 in 17 trading sessions sets a record for the fastest 3.BSE SENSEX Effects of the subprime crisis in the U.[] • 16.226. the SENSEX tumbled by 717.000 points was covered in just 483[38] sessions. which is the third fastest 1000-point rise in the history of the SENSEX. down 336. In addition. The journey of the last 10.000 mark for the first time on 15 October 2007. the rise from 16. and hedge funds acting through P-notes might therefore cause volatility in the Indian markets.000. the index staged a comeback and ended the day at 18715.000.000 mark for the first time with a massive 734. to close at 19.000-point milestones. It failed however to sustain the momentum and closed below 17. to close at 18.000 mark.82. the SENSEX crashed by 1.000 to 18. the market made a 879-point gain on 23 October. It was also during this record bull run that the SENSEX for the first time zoomed ahead of the Nikkei of Japan.000 mark for the first time.744 points or about 9% of its value – the biggest intra-day fall in Indian stock markets in absolute terms till then. This also helped Mukesh Ambani's net worth to grow to over $50 billion or Rs. • 17. closing at a historic peak of 16.000 took just 8 trading sessions.000.On 29 October 2007. After detailed clarifications from the SEBI chief M.000 mark for the first time on 11 December 2007. but closed below the 20. SEBI was not happy with P-notes because it was not possible to know who owned the underlying securities. The SENSEX closed above 17. The slide continued the next day (19 October 2007). when the SENSEX fell 438.000 to 19. creating a record for the second fastest 1000 point gain in just 5 trading sessions. Chidambaram issued clarifications.280.5-point gain. compared to 7. The next day (18 October 2007). • 18. contributing 256 points. However the proposals of SEBI were not clear and this led to a knee-jerk crash when the markets opened on the following day (17 October 2007). this would not be the end of the volatility. In the second half of 2007 alone. The bull hits because of the rate cut of 50 bit/s in the discount rate by the Fed chief Ben Bernanke.

174. On 21 January 2008. The next day.The SENSEX dropped by 600 points.42. closing at 14.000 points over the next 12 months.21. However. On 13 March 2008.110. • 12.332.62 points amid fears of the US recession and attempts by governments across the world to save their failing banks. On 7 September 2009.285. The index would gain 3.51 points amid weak industrial production data and concerns over impact of global economic crisis on IT and banking firms in India.96. after heavy selling in blue-chip stocks on global economic fears.33 points.[] March 2008 The free fall of the SENSEX accelerated in March 2008.[] to fall below the 11.03 points on the global credit crisis and distress. down 2. On reopening at 10.000 mark. the SENSEX would cross the 15.84 points on 3 March 2008.BSE SENSEX May 2009 On 18 May 2009. the SENSEX surged up 2.[] On 17 August 2009.79 points to close at 14. on high volatility as investors panicked following weak global cues amid fears of a recession in the US.802. the SENSEX remained volatile during the summer of 2009. • 21. The SENSEX plunged by 869. to fall below the 12.962.802.The SENSEX falls below the 13. closing at 12.802. for its first close above the 21. Less than a month later.527. 1 July 2008 .000 mark. Once again. to fall below the 14. closing at 16. the SENSEX would recover from the volatility. The index hit the lower circuit breaker in barely a minute after the markets opened at 10 am. the market saw its biggest intra-day fall when it hit a low of 15. closing at 19.730 by Tuesday evening or a two-day fall of 13.71 points.016.[] The month ended with the SENSEX shedding 726.962.000 mark. Trading was suspended for an hour.The SENSEX dropped by 951.000 mark. as the SENSEX crossed the 19.The SENSEX dropped by 800. after reassurance from the Finance Minister of India. The month started out with the Sensex losing 900.[] • 11.963.810.013 on Monday morning to 16.85 points on 31 March 2008.730 with a loss of 875 points.000 mark.98 points.000 mark on 13 September 2010.605. 6 . the market bounced back to close at 16. for its largest single day rally.65 points on 6 July 2009. the SENSEX plummeted another 770. closing at 11. the BSE SENSEX index went into a free fall.The SENSEX closed at 21.004.208. to fall below the 15. However. This would be the first of four one-day falls of greater than 700 points during the month. 6 October 2008 . 10 October 2008 .273 points.000 mark.802.[] • 10. on concerns emanating from growing credit losses in the US. The SENSEX recovered to close at 17. the SENSEX lost 626. the day of Union Budget presentation in Parliament on concerns over high fiscal deficit. closing at 10.[] Over the course of two days. from its previous closing of 12.32 points.000. the SENSEX experienced huge falls along with other markets around the world.408 points at the end of the session.63 points on global economic jitters. The Stock Market Crash of 2008 January 2008 In the third week of January 2008. • 13. the SENSEX crossed the 16. 27 June 2008 .55 am IST. 5 November 2010 . 17 March 2008 .527. when Reliance Power fell below its IPO price in its debut trade after a high-profile public offer. This was the biggest Budget-day loss for the index.000 mark. the BSE SENSEX in India dropped from 19. the SENSEX lost 833.000 mark.810.[] • 14.9%.96.[] Less than a month later. on 11 February 2008.The SENSEX dropped by 724. closing at 13. on 4 June 2009. the SENSEX saw its highest ever loss of 1.40 after it tumbled to the day's low of 16.

71 points 22.951.The SENSEX lost 10. 17 May 2004 --.07. 22 September 2011 --.96% of its value (1070. 17 March 2008 --.00 points 17.63 points 11. 24 October 2008 .800. 17 October 2007 --.82 points 30.18 points 20. for its lowest close since 2 November 2005.63 points) on the intra-day trade.56. 18 January 2008 --. 22 January 2008 --.710.160. 21 January 2008 --.769.40.48 points 12.41 points[40] 29.00 points 25.600.833.526.70 points 21. 1 August 2007 --. for a one day period in the index's history.[] The loss was the 2nd highest in terms of total points. 28 April 1992 --.000 points.869.The SENSEX hit an intra-day low of 7. 24 February 2011 --.875 points 6.570 points[] 26. 17 December 2007 --.62 points 15.35.51 points 10.63 points 3. 3 March 2008 --. 10 October 2008 --.975. 16 August 2007 --. for its first close below the 9.98 points 8. 15 September 2008 --.BSE SENSEX • 9. 27 October 2008 .56.626.617 points[] 23.The SENSEX closed at 8. SENSEX had closed above the 20. 6 July 2009 --.05 points 13. 17 August 2009 --. and the 3rd highest percentage-wise.678. 24 October 2008 --— 1070.39.408.000 mark for the first time.35 points 2. 7 January 2009 --.477. following extremely negative global financial indications in US and other countries. Early 2009 The SENSEX dropped by 749.05 points on 7 January 2009. the SENSEX index suffered major single-day falls (of 430 or more points):[39] 1.00 points 18.565 points[] 27. 9 March 2009 . 17 October 2008 – The SENSEX crashes below the psychological 5-figure mark of 10.826 points 9.642.463 points[] 7 .40. when the Satyam fraud came to light.697.701.975.[] for its lowest close since 14 November 2005. 21 November 2007 --.43 points 16. 2 April 2007 --.726.770.65 points 7.717.704. Major falls On the following dates. closing at 8. 11 February 2008 --. 27 February 2012 --. before closing at 8.03 points 4.92 points 28.160. Just ten months earlier. 18 May 2006 --.615 points 24.701. closing at 9.749.85 points 14.509.000 mark since 14 June 2006. • 8.[] • 8.1. • 8.509. 31 March 2008[] --.900. 13 March 2008 --. 20 June 2013 --.724. 27 June 2008 --.545.07.82 points 19. 6 October 2008 --.687. after RBI lowered its GDP growth forecasts on global economic concerns. 15 May 2006 --. in December 2007.84 points[] 5.

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