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  1. Introduction
  2. Background of the study
  3. Statemant of the problem
  4. Needs and importance of the study
  5. Objective of the research
  6. Methodoilogy
    1. Types of currency exposure
    2. Management of foreign exchange exposure
    3. World monetary system
    4. Factors determining the exchange rates
  7. Research design
    1. Type of research
    2. Sampling techinique
    3. Sample size
    4. Sample description
    5. Actual data collection
    6. Software used for data anaysis
  8. Presentation of data
  9. Conclusion
  10. Finding and suggestion
  11. Scope for further research
  12. Bibliography

The medium capitalized segment of the stock market is being increasingly perceived as an attractive investment segment with high growth potential. However, the lack of awareness among the investors has not been able to prove much as per the above statement. Majority of the investors invest keeping in mind the High return and substantial risk. However, these are the bane for the small investors as the denominations of price of the shares ranges in thousands. But now it's possible for such small investors to enter the stock market through Midcaps.

Midcaps are the one ranging from $2 billion to $10 billion; this group of companies is considered to be more volatile than the large and mega-cap companies. Growth stocks represent a significant portion of the mid caps. Some of the companies might not be industry leaders, but they: are well on their way to becoming one. The companies that represent the Midcaps are outperforming the Largecaps in terms of growth given a long term.

The study on "Midcaps and their impact on Indian stock market" undertaken with the aim of familiarizing with the concept of CNX Midcaps 200, The study helps in understanding the significance of investing in such companies and also is the comparative study of Midcaps with that of Large Caps.

[...] The CNX Midcaps 200 is the benchmark index of the Indian Capital market and one, which has the longest social memory. In fact, the CNX Midcaps 200 is considered to be barometer for Midcaps industry. It has acquired a unique place in the collective consciousness of Indian stock market .Further, as the oldest index of the Indian stock market; it provides time series data over a fairly long period of time. Research methodology Research methodology is a way to systematically solve the research problem. [...]

[...] Rerating combined with earnings growth to drive stock price performance Growth Drivers Increasing consuming class, outsourcing Infrastructural investments Funds flow Into the equity markets Clearly, large number of medium term opportunities SBIMF is positive on capital goods, engineering, automobiles, cement & technology Sectors like textiles, construction, and auto ancillaries to create huge wealth Technical view Nearly ten years of a corrective bear market to be followed by a secular bull market BSE Sensex target at 7500 by March 2006 WHY INVEST IN MIDCAPS ? [...]

[...] Fundamental Rationale - Rear View Mirror Analysis Our breakdown of indices on the CNX Mid Cap and Nifty Junior reveals a Metamorphosis in terms of financial performance. Revenues See A Turnaround Revenues for CNXMID (200 stocks) and Nifty Junior Index (50 stocks) grew respectively for 2004. Table 4 Revenue Growth Source : Capital Market Refineries, banks and autos have witnessed a big turnaround. Revenues for refineries have grown 37% and 21% in 2003 and 2004, respectively. While bank sectoral revenues have grown at average growth rates, a turnaround was seen in profitability for banks (discussed later). [...]

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