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    Nifty 50

    04:04 PM | 27 Nov 2020

    12968.95

    -18.05 (-0.14%)

    Trend 27 Nov'20

    Open

    13012.05

    Prev. Close

    12987.00

    Today

    12914.3013035.30

    52 Weeks

    7511.1013145.85
    42.00%
    21 Advances
    58.00%
    29 Declines
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    • 365 Day's % Chg
    • Divis Labs

    • 3605.10
    • 60.80
    • 1.72
    • 57.46
    • 2065.38
    • 14.74
    • 101.83
    • HDFC Bank

    • 1440.85
    • 14.20
    • 1.00
    • 89.97
    • 1286.48
    • 21.74
    • 13.01
    • Kotak Bank

    • 1907.10
    • 18.00
    • 0.95
    • 787.02
    • 14982.21
    • 23.25
    • 18.07
    • Cipla

    • 745.60
    • 6.90
    • 0.93
    • 127.78
    • 951.68
    • -1.18
    • 59.76
    • HDFC

    • 2256.25
    • 17.85
    • 0.80
    • 101.8
    • 2280.15
    • 17.30
    • -1.78
    • NTPC

    • 94.70
    • 0.60
    • 0.64
    • 2169.82
    • 2059.37
    • 8.11
    • -18.61
    • GAIL

    • 102.65
    • -0.10
    • -0.10
    • 397.26
    • 412.12
    • 21.12
    • -18.56
    • ICICI Bank

    • 473.35
    • -1.95
    • -0.41
    • 483.91
    • 2297.74
    • 20.57
    • -7.66
    • SBI

    • 244.25
    • -1.20
    • -0.49
    • 543.56
    • 1325.46
    • 29.06
    • -28.55
    • ITC

    • 193.65
    • -1.15
    • -0.59
    • 313.85
    • 609.79
    • 17.19
    • -21.41
    • SBI Life

    • 846.05
    • -5.45
    • -0.64
    • 23.1
    • 195.49
    • 10.00
    • -11.87
    • UPL

    • 417.70
    • -2.85
    • -0.68
    • 70.24
    • 294.91
    • -7.84
    • -27.13
    • M&M

    • 722.00
    • -6.50
    • -0.89
    • 113.03
    • 821.13
    • 21.55
    • 36.09
    • RIL

    • 1929.80
    • -22.80
    • -1.17
    • 218.46
    • 4228.15
    • -6.07
    • 24.41
    • Infosys

    • 1100.00
    • -13.20
    • -1.19
    • 253.06
    • 2793.42
    • 3.71
    • 57.97
    • Wipro

    • 350.50
    • -4.35
    • -1.23
    • 124.02
    • 436.31
    • 2.88
    • 47.45
    • BPCL

    • 373.00
    • -5.00
    • -1.32
    • 138.54
    • 520.56
    • 5.23
    • -27.08
    • Dr. Reddys

    • 4828.95
    • -72.40
    • -1.48
    • 20.04
    • 975.05
    • -1.22
    • 65.72
    • TCS

    • 2679.65
    • -40.95
    • -1.51
    • 60.87
    • 1634.06
    • 0.56
    • 30.51
    • Axis Bank

    • 601.60
    • -10.95
    • -1.79
    • 299.21
    • 1811.36
    • 22.15
    • -18.60
    • ONGC

    • 78.50
    • -1.70
    • -2.12
    • 442.46
    • 350.96
    • 20.96
    • -40.42
    • HDFC Life

    • 646.80
    • -14.00
    • -2.12
    • 99.18
    • 642.65
    • 9.67
    • 13.18
    • HCL Tech

    • 822.10
    • -19.95
    • -2.37
    • 117.24
    • 969.88
    • -2.36
    • 45.81
    • JSW Steel

    • 350.20
    • -9.00
    • -2.51
    • 143.39
    • 508.75
    • 13.33
    • 33.89
    • PowerGrid

    • 192.40
    • -5.25
    • -2.66
    • 263.22
    • 508.51
    • 12.51
    • -0.47
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    Nifty 50 News

    Dalal Street Week Ahead: It’s crucial for Nifty to stay above 12,800 level

    Since the coming week is a truncated one with Monday being a trading holiday, the market will adjust to the global setup when it opens on Tuesday.

    Day trading guide: Bank Nifty likely to consolidate in 28,500-30,000 zone

    Nifty failed to provide positive follow-up to prior session's up move, indicating indecisiveness near 13,000.

    Tech View: Nifty50 forms Doji on weekly chart, sends out negative signal

    Analysts largely see 12,750-13,150 as the range for the index for the coming week. A break above this range can offer directional cues, they said.

    Sensex sheds 110 pts, Nifty ends at 12,969; RIL, IT stocks weigh

    Equity benchmark Sensex ended 110 points lower after a choppy session on Friday, dragged by losses in index majors Reliance Industries, Infosys and TCS despite a positive trend in global markets. The 30-share BSE index closed 110.02 points or 0.25 per cent lower at 44,149.72. The broader NSE Nifty slipped 18.05 points or 0.14 per cent to 12,968.95.Sensex sheds 110 pts, Nifty ends at 12,969; RIL, IT stocks weigh

    Stock market update: Nifty Bank index flat; Punjab National Bank rises over 3%

    The index was trading 0.13 per cent up at 29588.05.

    Stock market update: Nifty Auto index gains 2%; TVS Motor climbs 5%

    The index was trading 2.02 per cent up at 8944.55.

    100% rise since March low. Should you still consider top Nifty gainers?

    Five of these stocks have consensus ‘buy’, two have 'hold' while one an ‘underperform’ ratings now.

    Sensex slips 45 points amid doubts over Covid vaccine; Nifty tests 13,000

    In the 50-share pack Nifty, Tata Motors was the biggest gainer, up 4.58 per cent. Bajaj Auto, NTPC, Britannia Industries, GAIL, Bajaj Finance, Maruti Suzuki and L&T were among other gainers.

    Sensex rises 45 points, Nifty above 13,000; IGL surges 10%, MGL 8%

    OPENING BELL: Sensex rises 45 points, Nifty above 13,000; IGL surges 10%, MGL 8%Sensex rises 45 points, Nifty above 13,000; IGL surges 10%, MGL 8%

    SGX Nifty up 5 points; here's what changed for market while you were sleeping

    Nifty50 on Thursday tested 12,800, before rebounding amid the expiry of November series futures and options contracts. At close, the index failed to top the 13,000 level by a whisker, but ended up forming a bullish candle on the daily chart and an indecisive ‘Doji’ candle on the weekly scale.

    About Nifty

    The Nifty is the flagship benchmark of the National Stock Exchange (NSE), which is a well-diversified index, comprising top 50 companies in terms of free-float market capitalisation that are traded on the bourse. It is supposed to reflect the health of the listed universe of Indian companies, and hence the broader economy, in all market conditions.

    Officially called the Nifty50, the index is computed using the free float market capitalisation method, which is essentially the count of shares in active circulation in the market at any given point of time.

    The Nifty, just like BSE benchmark Sensex, is today used for benchmarking portfolios and returns of mutual fund schemes and launching index funds.

    The Nifty index was launched on April 22, 1996, with a base value of 1,000 counted from November 3, 1995. Live Nifty quotes are available on NSEIndia.com, ETMarkets.com and numerous other web platforms and TV channels at any point of time.

    The Nifty brand and indices are managed by the Mumbai-based India Index Services and Products Limited, IISL in short, which itself is a subsidiary of NSE. IISL has a three-tier governance structure comprising the board of directors, the index policy committee and the index maintenance sub-committee. IISL managed some 67 indices under the Nifty brand as of September 30, 2016.

    IISL rebalances the Nifty index semi-annually. The cut-off dates for the semi-annual review of the index are January 31 and July 31 each year. Average data for the six months ending the cut-off date is considered. The exchange notifies any change in the index four weeks before such changes take effect.

    There are defined eligibility criteria for selection of Nifty constituent stocks. The liquidity of a stock is measured by the market impact cost, which is essentially the cost involved in transacting a stock. For a stock to qualify for inclusion in the Nifty50, it must have traded at an average impact cost of 0.50 per cent or less for six months and for 90 per cent of observation cases.

    Besides, the company must have a listing history of at least six months. However, a newly-listed company, which has just got listed through the IPO route, may become eligible for inclusion in the index, if it fulfils the normal eligibility criteria for a three- month period instead of six months.

    Only those stocks which are eligible for trade in the F&O segment of NSE are considered for inclusion as Nifty constituents.

    As of September 20, 2017, the Nifty had 35.73 per cent components from the financial services sector, 14 per cent from the energy sector, 11.46 per cent from the information technology sector, 10.64 per cent from the automobile sector and 10.13 per cent from the consumer goods sector. Six of the nine BFSI companies in the Nifty50 were private banks.

    The Nifty index also has several variants such as Nifty Junior, Nifty50 USD, Nifty50 Total Returns index and NIFTY50 Dividend Points Index.

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