Difference between stocks traded in NSE & BSE

POSTED BY Vikrant ON September 28, 2010 5:53 pm COMMENTS (3)

What is the difference between stocks traded in NSE & BSE market?

3 replies on this article “Difference between stocks traded in NSE & BSE”

  1. Vikrant says:

    Thanks Jitendra
    Whether no. of shares of particular stock traded in NSE & BSE are same or are they different?

    Thanks Ravi
    I think BSE has wide range of stocks compared to NSE.
    What is ur opinion Jitendra

  2. rakesh says:

    Its just the exchange, you can buy a stock from any of the exchange. NSE has a wider range of stocks and the volumes are usually higher. But you will not find S and T group shares [lower-caps stocks] which are found only in BSE.


  3. jitendra solanki says:

    There is no difference as far as company is concerned.

    Yes there is the difference in the price because the base year is different.

    Since BSE started way back so its base year is very old and so Index value is 20000 today.

    On the other hand NSE started later and so it has kept is base year according to that.

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