Top 10 Stocks (NIFTY 50)

Like Sensex, Nifty is a broad index that reflects the entire market. This is one of the most popular futures and options indices available for trading in Poland and abroad.

The free float method is also used to calculate Nifty, where the weighting of the shares is based on the market capitalization of the free float shares. Nifty was launched on April 22, 1996, but its base year was November 3, 1995, with a base level of 1000. This means that silver was created at the current Nifty level of 11,700 on the 11th.70 times in the last 24 years.

The top 50 stocks featured in the Nifty Companies List do not always exist, which is the most fascinating fact. Nifty 50 is refurbished or replaced twice a year, in June and December. In this revision, strong and valuable companies replace all companies that have lost value and underperformed. Put simply, stocks that no longer meet the requirements are removed from the list.

1. Reliance Industries (Ril) Market Cap. (in Crore) : 16,40,725.65
2. Hdfc Bank (Market Cap. (in Crore): 7,81,158.64)
3. Icici Bank (Market Cap. (in Crore): 5,35,296.57)
4. Infosys (Market Cap. (in Crore): 6,17,823.64)
5. Hdfc (Market Cap. (in Crore): 4,08,164.97)
6. Tata Consultancy Services (Market Cap. (in Crore): 11,39,355.42)
7. ITC Ltd (Market Cap. (in Crore): 3,64,241.62)
8. Kotak Mahindra Bank (Market Cap. (in Crore): 365,498)
9. Hindustan Unilever (Market Cap. (in Crore): 5,85,189.20)
10. Larsen And Toubro Ltd (Market Cap. (in Crore): 3,05,619)