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Nifty Next 50

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Today Nifty Next 50 Share Price Performance

  • Day's Low

    Day's High

    ₹71,650.1
    ₹71,690.1
  • 52 Week's Low

    52 Week's High

    ₹42,539.15
    ₹72,614.6
1 Month Return+ 4.83 %
3 Month Return+ 21.42 %
1 Year Return+ 62.93 %
Previous Close71,536.70
Open71,688.25

Portfolio Breakup

  • Sector

  • Market Cap

Sector

Finance
14%
FMCG
8%
Power Generation & Distribution
8%
Insurance
6%
Banks
6%
Capital Goods - Electrical Equipment
4%
Gas Distribution
4%
Chemicals
4%
Auto Ancillaries
4%
Cement
4%
E-Commerce/App based Aggregator
4%
Pharmaceuticals
4%
Retail
4%
Aerospace & Defence
4%
Edible Oil
2%
Mining & Mineral products
2%
Paints/Varnish
2%
Air Transport Service
2%
Steel
2%
Railways
2%
Refineries
2%
Alcoholic Beverages
2%
Realty
2%
Consumer Durables
2%
Automobile
2%

Overview

The Nifty Next 50 Index represents 50 companies from Nifty 100 after excluding the Nifty 50 companies. This index represents about 10% of the free float market capitalisation of the stocks listed on NSE as on September 29, 2023.
Exchange

What is Nifty Next 50?

Nifty Next 50 is a prominent market index introduced by the National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India. This index represents the next 50 large-cap companies after the Nifty 50, showcasing high-performing stocks across diverse sectors of the Indian economy. It serves as a crucial benchmark for investors looking to track the performance of the upcoming blue-chip companies in India.

 

How stocks are chosen for the Nifty Next 50 Index?

The NSE selects the top 50 companies based on their free-float market capitalization for the Nifty Next 50 Index. The selection criteria include:

  • Traded Volume: Stocks must have significant trading volume.
  • Availability for Trading in the Futures and Options Segment: Stocks should be available for trading in the derivatives market.
  • Listing Duration: Stocks must be listed on the NSE for a specified period.
  • NSE Registration: Only NSE-registered companies are considered.
  • Trading Frequency: Stocks must be actively traded.

 

Factors affecting the Nifty Next 50

The Nifty Next 50 index, comprising the 51st to 100th largest companies on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India, is influenced by a variety of factors. Here are the key factors affecting the Nifty Next 50:

1. Economic Indicators

   - GDP Growth: Strong GDP growth signals a robust economy, boosting investor confidence.

   - Inflation Rates: High inflation can erode purchasing power, affecting company earnings.

   - Interest Rates: Changes in interest rates impact borrowing costs and consumer spending.

2. Market Sentiment

   - Investor Confidence: Positive news and outlooks increase buying activity, while negative news triggers sell-offs.

   - Global Market Trends: Global economic and political events can influence domestic markets.

3. Corporate Performance

   - Earnings Reports: Quarterly and annual earnings reports provide insights into company performance.

   - Mergers and Acquisitions: M&A activities can significantly impact stock prices.

4. Sectoral Performance

   - Sector-Specific Trends: Performance of specific sectors (e.g., technology, pharmaceuticals) can drive index performance.

   - Regulatory Changes: Changes in industry regulations can impact sectoral performance.

5. Foreign Investments

   - Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs): Inflows and outflows of foreign investment can influence stock prices.

   - Global Economic Policies: Policies in major economies affect global capital flows.

 

Nifty Next 50 Index Calculation

The Nifty Next 50 index is calculated using the free float market capitalization-weighted method, which means the index level reflects the total market value of the 50 largest companies after the top 50 Nifty 50 companies, adjusted for the free float of each company's shares. Here’s an example how to calculate the same: 

Imagine the Nifty Next 50 index is made up of 50 companies. To calculate the index, we follow these steps:

1. Calculate Market Capitalization:   - For each company, multiply the price of one share by the total number of shares the company has.

   - Example: If Company A has a share price of ₹100 and 1 million shares, its market capitalization is ₹100 crore.

2. Adjust for Free Float: - Not all shares are available for trading in the market. The free float factor represents the percentage of shares that can be traded.

   - Example: If Company A's free float factor is 70%, only 70% of its shares are considered in the calculation.

   - Adjusted market capitalization for Company A = ₹100 crore * 70% = ₹70 crore.

3. Sum Up All Companies:

   - Add the adjusted market capitalizations of all 50 companies.

   - Example: If the adjusted market capitalizations for three companies are ₹70 crore, ₹60 crore, and ₹45 crore, the total is ₹175 crore.

4. Index Calculation:   - The index value is calculated by comparing the total adjusted market capitalization to a base value set when the index was created.

   - Example: If the base value is ₹500 crore and the base index value is set to 1000, the current index value is calculated as:


Index Value = (Total Adjusted Market Cap/Base Market Cap) X Base Index Value 

          Index Value =   (₹175 Crore/₹500 Crore) X 1000 = 350

So, the Nifty Next 50 index value in this simplified example would be 350. This means that the total value of the selected 50 companies has changed in proportion to the base period. The actual index uses all 50 companies, updates regularly, and considers other factors like stock splits and dividends.