Stock markets are one of the important investment avenues. People invest in the stock market through National Stock Exchange India and BSE. After demonetisation, the flow of funds in the stock market has shown a good jump. In fact, the reason for such jump is higher returns from the stock market
History of National Stock Exchange of India
The National Stock Exchange of India came into existence in the year 1992. It was the first demutualised electronic exchange of India. NSE India made it possible for traders across the country to carry out trading of stocks with its fully automated screen-based electronic trading system. The incorporation of NSE India was done in 1992 under the Securities Contract (Regulation) Act, 1956.
Services Offered by NSE India
NSE India provides many trading and investment services. Their services are as follows.
- Trading and investment in Equities, Indices, Initial Public Offerings, Mutual Funds, etc. There are approximately 5,000 companies listed on the NSE that are actively traded.
- Trading and investment in equity derivatives that includes global indices like Dow Jones, currency derivatives and interest rate futures.
How to Use NSE India Website ?
The beginners and the old investors must know how to operate or use the NSE India website (https://www.nseindia.com/). To help you in this regard we will post some of the basic features which every trader and investor must know on the NSE.
First of all the user will need to click on the Live Market option that is available on the home page of NSE India website. The user will find many options under this head.
Pre – Open Market
The pre-open market is between 9 a.m. to 9.15 a.m. During this period, the traders can put the buying and selling orders. The pre-market settles at 9.07 a.m. and quotes are available after the settlement on the basis of buy and sell orders. The prices of the nifty 50 stocks are available in the pre-open market segment.