NSE Indices

The National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) offers a variety of indices under the NIFTY brand, providing valuable benchmarks for investors. This page shows the information about the list of the all the Indices of NSE. Click on the Index you want to track to analyse it in detail.

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NIFTY Indices

An index is a statistical measure that tracks the performance of a group of stocks. The NIFTY indices represent different segments of the Indian stock market, allowing investors to gauge the performance of specific sectors or the overall market.

Key NIFTY Indices

NIFTY 50: This is the most widely followed stock market index in India. It comprises 50 of the largest and most liquid companies listed on the NSE. The NIFTY 50 represents a significant portion of the total market capitalization of the NSE and is considered a benchmark for the Indian stock market.

NIFTY Next 50: This index tracks the performance of the next 50 largest companies after the NIFTY 50 constituents. It serves as an indicator of the performance of upcoming large-cap companies.

NIFTY Sectoral Indices: NSE offers a wide range of sectoral indices that track specific industry segments, such as NIFTY Bank, NIFTY IT, and NIFTY Pharma. These indices help investors monitor the performance of particular sectors.

Broader Market Indices: Indices like NIFTY Midcap 50 and NIFTY Smallcap 50 represent the performance of mid-cap and small-cap companies, respectively. These indices are useful for investors interested in these market segments.

Frequently Asked Questions

A NIFTY index is a statistical measure that tracks the performance of a specific segment of the Indian stock market. There are various NIFTY indices, each representing different sectors or company sizes.

There are several types of NIFTY indices, including:

  • Broad Market Indices: These indices track the performance of the entire stock market or a large segment, like the NIFTY 50 and NIFTY Next 50.
  • Sectoral Indices: These indices track the performance of specific industry sectors, like NIFTY IT, NIFTY Pharma, and NIFTY FMCG.

The NIFTY 50 tracks the performance of the 50 largest and most liquid companies on the NSE, while the NIFTY Next 50 tracks the next 50 largest companies after the NIFTY 50 constituents. Essentially, the NIFTY 50 represents established large-cap companies, while the NIFTY Next 50 represents upcoming large-cap companies.

Sectoral indices track the performance of specific industry segments. For example, NIFTY Bank focuses on companies in the banking sector, while NIFTY IT focuses on information technology companies.

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