S&P BSE Auto Live Chart

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S&P BSE Auto Performance

Days Range

Low: 53,936.40
High: 54,580.55
Previous Close54,295.60
52W Range32,003.02 - 54,360.00
P/E Ratio32.87

S&P BSE Auto Companies

Day Range

Apollo Tyres


-2.30 (-0.48%)

₹480.00 - ₹487.50


Ashok Leyland


-1.85 (-0.87%)

₹207.10 - ₹219.50


Bajaj Auto


-15.80 (-0.18%)

₹8,870.65 - ₹9,020.90


Balkrishna Inds


-11.10 (-0.36%)

₹3,001.60 - ₹3,105.00




-38.45 (-0.12%)

₹30,728.50 - ₹31,323.15


Cummins India


-39.25 (-1.05%)

₹3,704.00 - ₹3,779.95


Eicher Motors


25.40 (0.52%)

₹4,805.95 - ₹4,907.65


Hero Motocorp


-29.65 (-0.58%)

₹5,078.65 - ₹5,196.00


M & M


-30.00 (-1.15%)

₹2,572.45 - ₹2,605.00


Maruti Suzuki


69.70 (0.54%)

₹12,812.60 - ₹13,032.70




721.15 (0.55%)

₹129,100.00 - ₹131,350.00


Samvardh. Mothe.


2.80 (2.04%)

₹136.70 - ₹140.80


Sundram Fasten.


6.50 (0.56%)

₹1,144.60 - ₹1,198.95


Tata Motors


-1.30 (-0.14%)

₹958.00 - ₹970.80


Tube Investments


-2.25 (-0.06%)

₹3,756.00 - ₹3,871.95


TVS Motor Co.


63.65 (2.93%)

₹2,160.15 - ₹2,252.00


S&P BSE Auto Sectors

Sector Name Advances No Change Declined
Auto Ancillaries 2 3 1
Automobile 3 8 5
Capital Goods-Non Electrical Equipment 0 1 1
Steel 1 1 0
Tyres 1 3 2

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What is S&P BSE Auto?

The automobile industry is one of the most important industries in India, with a GDP contribution of around 7.1% and a manufacturing GDP of 49%. The Indian Automotive industry is the fourth largest in the world in terms of valuation. Automobile stocks are among the top choice of investors as it is a fast-growing industry and reflects the country’s economic growth.

The automobile industry includes all the companies that are involved in the manufacturing and distribution of automobiles such as two-wheelers and four-wheelers. It not only involves the companies that manufacture cars and bikes but also consists of those companies that manufacture the parts and components of the vehicles. 

Having said that, tracking the performance of the auto sector can help get an overview of the economic growth of the country. S&P BSE Auto is an index that has been designed to reflect the prices of companies that deal in transportation equipment. It reflects the performance of each sector and the impact of policy changes and the economic environment on the performance of the stocks. The constituents of this index are selected from the BSE 500 index, which consists of the top 500 stocks across all index categories. The companies classified as members of the transportation equipment sector by BSE are included in the BSE Auto index

The S&P BSE Auto index was launched on August 23, 2004. The BSE Auto share price is calculated in real-time and is reflected in both USD and INR. Currently, there are 15 stocks on the S&P BSE auto index, and it holds a market cap of INR 717,194.5 million. The year 1999 has been taken as the base year for calculating the index value. 

Unlike the sectoral indices like BSE utilities and telecom, BSE Auto uses the float-adjusted market capitalization method to calculate the value of the index. Under this method, the total market cap of the stocks is adjusted against the freely tradable shares to determine the float-adjusted market cap. The BSE auto stocks are rebalanced twice every year in June and December. 

S&P BSE Auto
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How is S&P BSE Auto Calculated?

The BSE auto index is calculated using the free-float market capitalization method. It excludes the value of privately held shares from the total market cap and includes only the shares available for trading on the stock exchange while doing the calculation. Let us understand this with the help of an example –

Company M has 5 lakh shares on the stock exchange. Out of these, only 70% can be traded freely on the exchange. The market price of the stock is INR 1000. Then, it will be calculated as follows –

Total Shares in Market for Company M A 5 lakhs
Market Price per share of Company M B INR 1000
Total Market capitalization C = A*B INR 50 Crores
Free-float factor (70%) D 0.7
Free-Float Market capitalization E = C*D INR 35 Crores

The float-adjusted market cap of all the constituents will be added, and the value will then be divided by the market cap of the base year and multiplied with 100 to arrive at the BSE Auto share price

Here is the formula –

BSE Auto Share Price Today = Total Free-Float Market capitalization x 100 / Base Market capitalization (1999)

Criteria for Selecting Stocks

There are a few conditions that every stock needs to meet to get selected in the BSE auto index. Given below are the conditions –

  • All the constituents of the exchange should be a part of the BSE 500 index
  • The market cap of the stock is calculated as the average of the float-adjusted market cap for the last three months. In other words, the float-adjusted market cap of the previous three months is calculated, and its average is considered. 
  • The stocks must have been traded for at least 90% of the trading days in the last three months preceding the date of reference.


What are S&P BSE Auto Stocks?

S&P BSE auto stocks are those companies that are involved in the manufacturing and distribution of transportation equipment and vehicles. The stocks on the BSE auto index are a part of the BSE 500 index. Its constituents are selected from among the BSE 500 index and reflect the performance of the Auto-sector companies. 

How to invest in S&P BSE Auto?

Since the number of constituents in the BSE auto index is just 15, you can either invest in them individually or invest in a mutual fund that will further invest in the auto stocks.

What is the objective of S&P BSE Auto?

The objective of the BSE auto index is to track the price movements of transport equipment manufacturing companies and reflect their growth trajectory and financial performance. 

Is investment in S&P BSE Auto safe?

While there is no return without risk, you can still make your auto investment safe by investing in multiple stocks at the same time. This will help in diversifying your investments and mitigate the risk of losses.