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B&E Indicators

Issue Date - 21/07/2011
 
Heading for growth
The year 2010 saw the Indian capital market bouncing back. During the year, 40 new companies were listed on the exchange (both NSE & BSE) at a consolidated value of Rs.330.68 billion, as against 39 companies with a reported value of Rs.246.96 billion in 2009. However, the amount of capital mobilised through private placement plunged massively, from Rs.2,126.35 billion in 2009 to Rs.1,474 billion in 2010.

 
Getting bigger and better
In fact, price appreciation is clearly reflected in the market capitalisation (of BSE) to GDP ratio and the traded value (of BSE and NSE together) to GDP ratio, which increased from 55.4% and 69.1% in 2009 to 100% and 89.5% respectively in 2010. Further, resources mobilised through capital markets also witnessed a significant jump, from Rs.162.20 billion in 2009 to Rs.575.55 billion during 2010.

          

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