Like several other goods, which require a market place for buyers & sellers to come together, shares, too need a market where they can be sold & bought. The markets where shares are sold bought are either primary market or secondary market. The primary stock market is the place where the new offering by companies is made either as Initial Public Offer (IPO) or Right Issue. IPO's are offerings made by the companies for the first time while rights are offerings made to the existing shareholders. Investors who prefer to invest in primary issues are called Stags. Secondary market consists of stock exchange where the buy or sell orders are matched in the Organized manner. There are at present 23 stock exchanges in India and are governed by the Securities Contract (Regulation) Act (SCRA). Among these 23 stock exchanges BSE & NSE are the popular stock exchange and contribute over 75% of the trading. In 1875, 318 people came together to become members of the stock exchange, by paying a princely amount Re.1, which today we know as Bombay stock Exchange. The BSE SENSEX is not only scientifically designed but also based globally accepting construction and review methodology. First complied in 1986, SENSEX is a basket of 30 constituent stocks representing a sample of large, liquid and representative companies. The base year of SENSEX is 1978-79 and the base value is 100. The index is widely reported to both domestic and international markets through print as well as electronic media.
[...] Financial services: Investors should take advantage of financial services of Bank and NBFC, because they provide fund for the investing in shares, IPO etc. but quality of the IPO and company profiles are necessary to be seen by the investors, and investors should also see the terms and conditions (like, discount etc) before taking funds from Bank and NBFC. Most preferred investment horizon Invest can be done in shares and mutual fund both but one should keep a close watch on the market breath and try to determine the future prospect of the market. [...]
[...] Purpose of the study: To understand the various aspects of IPO business in India with special reference to ICICI FPO. Population: Population is the total area, number of person or group of person, who are subjected to the study. To determine the population is the first step of any research, it defines the boundaries of research. To achieve the objectives of this study, Raipur city was selected. Sample: Sample is the process of drawing a small representative's number of units from the whole of the universe for the reason of economy of time, resource, and manpower. [...]
[...] It is the pursuit of in short the search for knowledge through objective and systematic method of finding solution to a problem “Research”. Statement of the problem: “MARKET ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS IN INDIA” AND IN RAIPUR CITY” Review of related literature: Review of related literature means researcher should undertake extensive literature survey connected with the problem for this purpose, the abstracting and indexing journals and published or unpublished bibliographies are the first place to go to. Academic journals, conference proceeding, government report books etc. must be tapped depending on the nature of the problem. [...]
[...] On the other hand, IPO grading is expressed on a five-point scale and is a relative comparison of the assessed fundamentals of the graded issue to the listed equity securities in India. As the IPO grading does not take cognizance of the price of the securities, it is not an investment recommendation. Rather, it is one of the inputs to the investor to adding in the decision making process. All other things remaining equal, a security with stronger fundamental would command a higher market price. [...]
[...] Technology Across the global , development in information , communication and network technologies have created paradigm shifts in the securities market operation technologies has enabled organizations to build new sources of competitive advantage , bring about innovations in products and services , and to provide for new business opportunities. stock exchange all over the world have realized the potential of IT and have moved over to electronic treading systems , which are cheaper , have wider reach and provide a better mechanism for trade and post trade execution. [...]
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