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May 25 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
How do NSE and BSE earn?

A thread. 🧵
The majority of their revenue comes from Transaction charges which are 0.003% of the total transaction amount.

They charge fees from companies at IPO listing

- listing charge
- book building fee
- rectification fee
- wrong claim fee, etc.
Brokerage firms pay a fee while taking membership from BSE and NSE - like subscription fee, processing fee, operating fee.
They also sell their Intraday and Historic trading data to software firms which constitute a large portion of revenue earnings.
They also provide certification courses & seminars through their subsidiaries BSE Institute & NCFM.
There is another source of revenue for BSE which is Fine.

Where it fines companies for manipulation or unfair trade practices. They can fine companies, broker firms & traders.

#BSE
Did you know?

The speed per transaction of Asia's first and fastest stock exchange - the Bombay stock exchange, is 6 Microseconds.

#nseindia #nifty50
So the major sources of revenue are

• Transaction Charge
• IPO Listing Charges
• Broker membership fee
• API data sell
• Certification
• Fines

#stockmarket #invest
Only BSE is listed in the stock market. Track its fundamentals on ticker.finology.in/company/BSE

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Value comparison of Major Business group of India 🇮🇳

PE Ratio PB Ratio
• Tata Group 27.5x 6.21x
• Reliance Ind. 29.2x 2.30x
• Adani Group 105.3x 15.30x

▣ Sensex 22.03x 3.14x

Which group is your favourite?⤵️
Data as of May 24 and the company's result for FY22.

➡️ Adani group is trading at a high valuation compared to others.

But what are PE and PB?
◈ PE ratio

Price to Earnings ratio tells us how much we are paying for 1 Rupee earning of the company.

The lower compared to peers, the better value we are getting.

➡️ It changes daily based on price and you can get it on ticker.finology.in
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Largest Stock Market of the World 🌍

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🇨🇳 China $9.99 trn
🇯🇵 Japan $5.50 trn
🇭🇰 Hongkong $5.28 trn
🇸🇦 S. Arabia $3.25 trn
🇺🇸 UK $3.14 trn
🇮🇳 India $3.14 trn
🇨🇦 Canada $2.96 trn

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#Nifty
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• Get top gainers/losers
• 52 week high/low
• 100+ indices of NSE and BSE
• Top performer stocks

And much more 💙

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🇲🇺 Mauritius 11%
🇱🇺 Luxembourg 7%
🇸🇬 Singapore 7%
🇬🇧 UK 5%
🇮🇪 Ireland 5%
🇨🇦 Canada 3%
🇯🇵 Japan 3%
🇳🇴 Norway 2%
🇳🇱 Netherlands 2%

#FII
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But Why do FIIs investments impact the stock market?🤔
Because:

• They are the source of capital in markets
• They are Major Investors
• They Aid in economic development

#StockMarket #investors
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2013 Rs 1031
2014 Rs 1080
2015 Rs 610
2016 Rs 514
2017 Rs 738
2018 Rs 689
2019 Rs 702
2020 Rs 806
2021 Rs 819
2022 Rs 999.50

Let's see the price calculation⤵️

#GasPrice
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The IPP is determined based on gas prices in the international market, as a major portion of India's consumption is satisfied through imports.

But, how is IPP calculated? 🤔
IPP is calculated as per Saudi Aramco’s LPG price, which is the world’s largest producer.

The price includes costs like:
- Free on board (FOB) price,
- Ocean freight,
- Custom duties,
- Port charges and Insurance cost

#lpgpricehike
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#stocks #payment
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It refers to instantaneous digital payments that facilitate the transfer of funds within a few seconds, as opposed to older payment systems such as credit notes or cash that required days to be credited across accounts.
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