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What r the basic criteria for a company to be in bse-A,B1,B2 etc category

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Asked by avinash - singh, 15 Dec '07 12:56 am
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Rediff artical on 26july 2001, was indicating that the stock having B1 group, comprising stocks with higher liquidity and greater traded volume, to B2 with relatively lower liquidity.


Z category, which represents companies that do not fully comply with the listing norms and have large number of unresolved investor complaints.

http://outlook-money.com/scripts/IIH021C1.asp?articleid=432&c ategoryid=7§ionid=1(refrance link)

Answered by deepak kulkarni, 15 Dec '07 06:16 am

 
  
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SO does anyone actually knows what decides which category a company would belong and what does each category mean/signify.
Answered by chadha sandeep, 15 Dec '07 01:14 am

 
  
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It depends on the company's revenues profit margins..............Board of Dir, etc.....
Answered by BILVA DESAI, 15 Dec '07 12:58 am

 
  
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Many.
Answered by Nagarajan Karupayah, 15 Dec '07 12:57 am

 
  
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By the company performance
Answered by PRASOON SMART, 15 Dec '07 12:57 am

 
  
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