The BSE 500 i.e. S&P Bombay Stock Exchange 500 is free-float market-weighted stock market index. It is designed to be a broad representation of the Indian market. These top 500 companies listed at BSE Ltd cover all major industries in the Indian economy. Find Right Stocks to invest based on fundamentals; look for Green and Orange companies. Bookmark this page for your easy reference in future.
What are the weightages of different sectors in the BSE 500 Index?
Oil & Gas
Metal, Metal Products & Mining
Chemical & Petrochemical
Media & Publishing
What are the criteria for selection and review of Securities for the S&P BSE 500?
The index is derived from the constituents of the S&P BSE All Cap. Stocks in the eligible universe must satisfy the following eligibility factors in order to be considered for index inclusion:
Listing History. Stocks must have a listing history of at least three months at BSE. IPOs are eligible if they have a listing history of at least one month. If a stock’s listing history is less than six months, as of the rebalancing reference date, all data used in the eligible universe screening and index construction process are from the listing date, subject to the minimum listing requirement stated above being met.
Trading Days. The stock must have traded for at least 80% of the trading days at BSE during the six month reference period
Companies meeting the eligibility factors listed above are ranked based on their average six month total market capitalization, average six month float-adjusted market capitalization, and average six month value traded.