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S&P BSE SENSEX 50 Index Performance

Days Range

Low: 24,544.43
High: 24,676.10
Previous Close24,607.20
Open24,646.14
52W Range19,576.64 - 24,695.05
P/E Ratio22.81

S&P BSE SENSEX 50 Index Companies

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Adani Enterp.

₹3,249.20

25.20 (0.78%)

₹3,222.00 - ₹3,270.00

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Adani Ports

₹1,428.20

23.95 (1.71%)

₹1,395.80 - ₹1,441.95

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Apollo Hospitals

₹6,202.45

-2.65 (-0.04%)

₹6,175.45 - ₹6,222.90

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Asian Paints

₹2,919.00

11.10 (0.38%)

₹2,905.00 - ₹2,927.00

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Axis Bank

₹1,173.80

-0.60 (-0.05%)

₹1,170.50 - ₹1,184.25

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B P C L

₹625.45

6.30 (1.02%)

₹618.50 - ₹629.40

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Bajaj Auto

₹9,930.00

8.25 (0.08%)

₹9,818.25 - ₹9,974.45

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Bajaj Finance

₹7,330.00

37.95 (0.52%)

₹7,248.65 - ₹7,368.15

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Bajaj Finserv

₹1,593.00

2.85 (0.18%)

₹1,575.00 - ₹1,593.85

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Bharat Electron

₹307.10

6.15 (2.04%)

₹301.35 - ₹308.80

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Bharti Airtel

₹1,425.70

0.40 (0.03%)

₹1,423.10 - ₹1,434.50

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Britannia Inds.

₹5,398.50

16.60 (0.31%)

₹5,380.00 - ₹5,449.95

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Cipla

₹1,555.45

12.00 (0.78%)

₹1,537.20 - ₹1,560.75

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Coal India

₹487.50

-0.30 (-0.06%)

₹485.00 - ₹492.25

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Divi's Lab.

₹4,564.55

-28.45 (-0.62%)

₹4,560.00 - ₹4,625.00

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Dr Reddy's Labs

₹6,061.90

-33.20 (-0.54%)

₹6,038.45 - ₹6,114.80

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Eicher Motors

₹4,848.05

46.90 (0.98%)

₹4,804.00 - ₹4,853.00

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Grasim Inds

₹2,481.70

24.35 (0.99%)

₹2,454.10 - ₹2,523.20

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HCL Technologies

₹1,430.00

-14.20 (-0.98%)

₹1,424.00 - ₹1,444.65

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HDFC Bank

₹1,593.30

12.40 (0.78%)

₹1,578.75 - ₹1,596.90

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HDFC Life Insur.

₹595.70

2.15 (0.36%)

₹593.90 - ₹601.60

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Hero Motocorp

₹5,817.00

2.45 (0.04%)

₹5,762.00 - ₹5,861.00

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Hind. Unilever

₹2,474.40

-13.15 (-0.53%)

₹2,470.05 - ₹2,509.60

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Hindalco Inds.

₹684.40

3.80 (0.56%)

₹677.40 - ₹689.00

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ICICI Bank

₹1,104.45

-2.90 (-0.26%)

₹1,099.55 - ₹1,112.90

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IndusInd Bank

₹1,507.40

0.35 (0.02%)

₹1,498.35 - ₹1,515.75

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Infosys

₹1,490.50

-3.75 (-0.25%)

₹1,486.00 - ₹1,501.00

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ITC

₹430.35

0.05 (0.01%)

₹429.00 - ₹431.45

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JSW Steel

₹919.35

3.85 (0.42%)

₹903.65 - ₹920.30

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Kotak Mah. Bank

₹1,719.00

-7.40 (-0.43%)

₹1,711.00 - ₹1,735.00

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Larsen & Toubro

₹3,686.20

-18.05 (-0.49%)

₹3,673.70 - ₹3,720.00

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LTIMindtree

₹5,058.15

13.05 (0.26%)

₹4,995.00 - ₹5,069.75

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M & M

₹2,936.50

72.45 (2.53%)

₹2,865.00 - ₹2,940.00

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Maruti Suzuki

₹12,854.80

13.50 (0.11%)

₹12,751.35 - ₹12,900.00

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Nestle India

₹2,542.80

-8.45 (-0.33%)

₹2,534.30 - ₹2,561.05

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NTPC

₹367.95

-2.00 (-0.54%)

₹366.00 - ₹370.35

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O N G C

₹275.80

-0.75 (-0.27%)

₹275.00 - ₹278.20

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Power Grid Corpn

₹320.80

-0.60 (-0.19%)

₹319.45 - ₹325.65

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Reliance Industr

₹2,944.95

16.30 (0.56%)

₹2,913.40 - ₹2,947.35

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SBI Life Insuran

₹1,459.70

13.00 (0.90%)

₹1,441.30 - ₹1,466.05

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St Bk of India

₹841.10

-2.80 (-0.33%)

₹840.00 - ₹849.75

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Sun Pharma.Inds.

₹1,515.20

5.30 (0.35%)

₹1,503.90 - ₹1,517.00

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Tata Consumer

₹1,116.00

1.60 (0.14%)

₹1,110.05 - ₹1,124.35

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Tata Motors

₹989.80

4.05 (0.41%)

₹981.40 - ₹992.00

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Tata Steel

₹182.25

-0.25 (-0.14%)

₹181.45 - ₹183.40

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TCS

₹3,843.15

-34.35 (-0.89%)

₹3,835.85 - ₹3,887.00

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Tech Mahindra

₹1,372.70

-17.40 (-1.25%)

₹1,364.30 - ₹1,395.00

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Titan Company

₹3,481.75

10.00 (0.29%)

₹3,476.55 - ₹3,510.00

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UltraTech Cem.

₹11,195.60

13.45 (0.12%)

₹11,100.20 - ₹11,268.95

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Wipro

₹479.05

-3.35 (-0.69%)

₹477.40 - ₹485.55

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S&P BSE SENSEX 50 Index Sectors

Sector Name Advances No Change Declined
Automobile 3 6 3
Banks 4 6 2
Cement 1 1 0
Crude Oil & Natural Gas 1 1 0
Diamond, Gems and Jewellery 1 1 0
Finance 2 2 0
FMCG 1 3 2
Healthcare 1 1 0
Infrastructure Developers & Operators 1 1 0
IT - Software 6 6 0
Mining & Mineral products 0 1 1
Non Ferrous Metals 1 1 0
Paints/Varnish 1 1 0
Pharmaceuticals 4 4 0
Plantation & Plantation Products 0 1 1
Power Generation & Distribution 0 2 2
Refineries 2 2 0
Steel 1 2 1
Telecomm-Service 0 1 1
Textiles 1 1 0
Tobacco Products 0 1 1
Trading 1 1 0
Insurance 1 2 1
Marine Port & Services 1 1 0
Aerospace & Defence 1 1 0

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What is BSE SENSEX 50?

The BSE’s benchmark index in India is called the Sensex. It debuted on January 1, 1986, as a basket of 30 equities that represented the biggest, financially solid corporations in the nation that were listed on the BSE.

Stock market analyst Deepak Mohini came up with the term “Sensex,” which he coined. It is a combination of the phrases “Sensitive” and “Index.” The Indian stock market’s movements are reflected in the Sensex. It is regarded as the Indian stock market’s benchmark index. BSE, formerly known as the Bombay Stock Exchange, claims that it is the oldest index in India and offers time series data going back to 1979 on its website.

The top 50 most liquid stocks in the S&P BSE LargeMidCap by float-adjusted market capitalization are measured by the S&P BSE SENSEX 50, a transparent, rules-based index.

Sensitive Index, also known as BSE SENSEX 50 share price, is based on both internationally recognised construction and review methodologies in addition to being scientifically created. BSE SENSEX 50, a basket of 30 constituent stocks representing a sample of sizable, liquid, and representative companies, was first compiled in 1986. The S&P BSE SENSEX 50 has a base year of 1978–1979 and a base value of 100. The index is widely covered by print and electronic media in both domestic and foreign markets.

The index was initially produced using the “Full Market Capitalization” technique, but as of September 1, 2003, it is now calculated using the “Free-Float” approach. Globally, the “Free-float Market Capitalization” index creation approach is regarded as the best practice in the sector. The Free-float approach is employed by all significant index providers, including MSCI, FTSE, STOXX, S&P, and Dow Jones.

BSE SENSEX® is often considered the Indian stock market’s heart because of its popularity among investors. As the nation’s oldest index, it offers time series data spanning a considerable amount of time (from 1979 onwards). It’s no surprise that the BSE SENSEX® has grown to be one of the nation’s most recognisable trademarks over the years.

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How is BSE SENSEX 50 Calculated?

Utilising the “Free-float Market Capitalization” formula, the BSE SENSEX 50 share price is determined. According to this technique, the index’s level at any one time reflects the free-float market value of its 30 constituent equities in comparison to a base period. A firm’s market capitalization is calculated by dividing the share price by the total number of shares the company has issued. The free-float market capitalization is calculated by multiplying this market capitalization by the free-float factor.

Every six months, in alternate years between June and December, the S&P BSE Sensex 50 Index is reviewed. The Sensex is acknowledged as being India’s first stock index, historically speaking. The index is frequently used to assess India’s present economic performance as well as the activities that take place inside various sectors of that developing market.

The steps are as follows to determine a company’s free-float capitalization:

  • Determine the company’s market capitalization. Market cap is calculated by multiplying the number of outstanding shares by the share price.
  • Multiply the market capitalization by the proportion of available free float to the number of outstanding shares.

The formula is:

BSE SENSEX 50 = Total Free-Float Market Capitalization x Base Index Value / Base Market Capitalization

Here’s an illustration:

WeLoveJeans is listed on the BSE Sensex 50 with a market price of $15 per share, 20 million shares in the float, and 40 million shares outstanding. This would indicate a market value of $600 million and a free float of 50% of the total shares issued. As a result, the company would have a free-float capitalization of $300 million ($600 million * 0.5).

S&P BSE SENSEX 50 Index FAQs

What are S&P BSE SENSEX 50 stocks?

The BSE SENSEX 50 comprises 50 of the largest and most liquid stocks in the S&P BSE LargeMidCap.

Who maintains the S&P BSE SENSEX 50?

Within the general index policy framework established by the Index Committee, the index is daily maintained by the exchange’s Index Cell. By striking a precise balance between regular index replacements and maintaining its historical continuity, the Index Cell guarantees that S&P BSE SENSEX 50 and all other BSE indexes keep their benchmark qualities. The Exchange’s Index Committee is made up of capital market experts from all significant market segments. Academicians, fund managers from renowned mutual funds, financial journalists, market participants, independent members of the governing board, and exchange administration are among them.

What is the objective of BSE SENSEX 50?

  • Market movement measurement

No other index compares to the BSE SENSEX 50 in expressing market movements and sentiment because of its lengthy history and widespread acceptance. The BSE SENSEX 50 is frequently used to define the atmosphere in the Indian Stock Markets.

  • Benchmarking the Performance of Funds

The BSE SENSEX50 is the appropriate benchmark for fund managers to assess the performance of their funds because it includes Blue Chip businesses and has a wide and balanced industry representation.

How to invest in the S&P BSE SENSEX 50?

You can start making investments right away in the SENSEX constituents and the weights such companies have in that particular index. This indicates that you can immediately purchase equities in quantities equal to their weight. Index mutual funds are a better choice if you want to invest in the SENSEX50.

How to invest in the S&P BSE SENSEX 50?

Investment in the stock market always comes with a layer of risk, but since the BSE SENSEX 50 consists of the top-performing stocks on BSE SENSEX LargeMidCap, your investment will be relatively safer.