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What is the diffenrence between BSE ans NSE.
most of the companies shares are available in both BSE and NSE.
if i want to invest money in shares for selected company where i have to invest either BSE or NSE.

Asked by naresh, 01 Jul '09 11:44 pm
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BSE is the Bombay Stock Exchange, one of the oldest .
NSE is the National Stock Exchange
If you have to invest in shares you will have to do it thru your broker or a demat provider who most probably has a tie up with either the BSE or the NSE. Till the demat dealing were made compulsory.... it was advisable to go thru the BSE. However, with the demat form of shares it does not make a difference as it is your demat provider who will be doing the dealing.
Answered by rajesh prajapati, 01 Jul '09 11:48 pm

 
  
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Both are different stock exchanges. In india madras stock exchange too exist. Go for more variations i.e BSE.
Answered by Anil Yadav, 01 Jul '09 11:47 pm

 
  
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Either of these. These are two stock exchanges where trading is possible. Take for example two shops selling same stuff. Choice is yours.
Answered by Lucky, 01 Jul '09 11:45 pm

 
  
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