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What is the difference between BSE and NSE?

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Asked by Himani chaudhary, 13 Jun '11 04:46 pm
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NSE and BSE are two terms that are often heard in the stock market circles in India. There are some differences between the two in terms of their functioning and principles. NSE stands for National Stock Exchange whereas BSE stands for Bombay Stock Exchange.

NSE happens to be the largest stock exchange in India and the third largest stock exchange in the whole world. On the other hand BSE is the oldest stock exchange in Asia. NSE is located in New Delhi and was started in the year 1992 as a tax-paying company. NSE was recognized as a stock exchange in the year 1993 under the Securities Contract Act 1956. On the other hand BSE was established way back in the year 1875.It is situated in the Dalal Street, Mumbai.

The main objective of NSE is to establish trading facility nationwide for all kinds of securities. One of the chief characteristics of NSE is that it caters to the needs of all types of investors. It achieves its objective through the appropriate telecommunication network. ...more
Source: gooNSE and BSE are two terms that are often heard in the stock market circles in India. There are some differences between the two in terms of their functioning and principles. NSE stands for National Stock Exchange whereas BSE stands for Bombay Stock Exc
Answered by anil garg, 10 Aug '11 01:02 am

 
  
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NSE Stands for National Stock Exchange. It has more than 2000 stocks from different sectors listed with it. It is fully automated electronic order processing exchange. Nifty is major index of NSE and it comprises of 50 scripts from different sectors.
BSE Stand for Bombay Stock Exchange. It is India's Oldest Stock Exchange with listing of over 4000 scripts with it. This not fully automated yet but progress towards full automation is underway. SENSEX is major index of BSE and it comprise of 30 scripts from different sectors.
You can get the listings about NSE and BSE from their official pages. Also you can get the listings from the AMCs website in which you may be investing like SBI mutual fund, reliance mutual fund, Kotak funds, and others.
Answered by prasad Kumar, 05 Jul '11 11:29 am

 
  
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"""BSE, or Bombay Stock Exchange, and National Stock Exchange are the two major stock exchanges in India. Although there are other stock exchanges in this country, the BSE and NSE are the top stock exchanges. Well, most of the trading is done through these two stock exchanges. The main difference between these two stock exchanges, can be seen in their index.

BSE refers to one of the leading stock exchanges in India. Sensex is used as an index in Bombay Stock Exchange. The NSE comes second to the BSE. Nifty is one of the major indexes of the National stock Exchange.

The Bombay Stock Exchange is considered to be the oldest stock exchange in India, as well as in Asia. While the BSE was founded in 1875, it was in 1992 that the NSE came into existence. It was only after the launch of Sensex, in 1986, that Nifty came into existence.

The Bombay Stock Exchange has a listing of more than 4000 scripts, and the NSE has more than 200 listings. Nifty comprises of about 50 scripts from vari ...more
Answered by abhishek gupta, 21 Jun '11 11:28 am

 
  
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Both are stock exchange BSE stand for bombay stock exchange where NSE stand for national stock exchange BSE becnhmark is 30 stcoks sensex where NSE bench mark is 50 stocks nifty
Answered by kamal purohit, 13 Jun '11 04:49 pm

 
  
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Stock market is something which you cannot predict what is going to happen in the market tomorrow without proper analyzes of market. So, it is always preferable to go for some professional help if you wish to invest in the Indian stock market. You should also be acquainted with the concept of NSE and BSE. Here we will discuss the difference between NSE and BSE.

What Is NSE?

National Stock Exchange of India or in short NSE happens to be Indias largest Stock Exchange and Worlds third largest stock exchange in terms of transactions. It is located in Mumbai and was incorporated in November 1992 as a tax-paying company. It was in April 1993 that NSE was recognized as stock exchange under the Securities Contract Act 1956.

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The main objective behind NSE is to establish trading facility nationwide for all types of securities. It also ensures equal access to all investors in the country through the process of an appropriate telecommunication network. NSE was able to achiev ...more
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 13 Jun '11 04:48 pm

 
  
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