3 edition of Working of stock exchange in India. found in the catalog.
Working of stock exchange in India.
Umrao Lal Gupta
1972 in New Delhi, Thomson Press (India) .
|LC Classifications||HG5732 .G84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 335 p.|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||72906322|
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An Introduction to the Indian Stock Working of stock exchange in India. book. through an open electronic limit order book in which order matching is done or to be. Learn how the stock market works, what it means to own stocks, why companies issue stock, and the pros and cons of an exchange listing.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gupta, Umrao Lal, Working of stock exchange in India. New Delhi, Thomson Press (India)  (OCoLC) 10 rows Note: 1. The Hyderabad Securities and Enterprises Ltd (erstwhile Hyderabad Stock.
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is the busiest exchange in India and has been around since It currently lists about 5, companies on its index. It. BSE Today | BSE Live Updates â All Indices stock exchange Index live prices, volume, Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) ALL 30 constituent companies and 52.
MoneyControl is India's leading financial information source for BSE/NSE Sensex, Nifty, Indian Stock/Share Market Live, News, Stock Exchange/Investment/Trading. The dealer would buy shares of stock from the stock exchange to add to inventory.
The dealer would sell the client's shares on the stock exchange, depleting inventory. Question 19.