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G AME CHANGERS … .. By Mahesh Satapathy(12DM050) Renu Bala ( 12DM047) Risha Mishra(12DM048) Sushmita Paul

GAME

CHANGERS

..

By Mahesh Satapathy(12DM050) Renu Bala ( 12DM047) Risha Mishra(12DM048) Sushmita Paul (12DM049)

INTRODUCTION

  • The Indian capital market is no new its been in the process of evolution from more than a century.

  • BSE being the oldest stock exchange established in
    1875.

 Trading ring  Outcry system
Trading ring
Outcry system

CHANGES

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  • Establishment of NSE in 1992.

  • Electronic trading ring came up sweeping out the

traditional outcry system.

  • The business became quite transparent and investors enjoyed true benefits of capitalists growth.

  • Modernization and technological development galvanized the whole system.

  • MCX, NSE and BSE took up this herculean task.

But the progress was no easy task it had some

hiccups… ..

C HANGES … ..  Establishment of NSE in 1992.  Electronic trading ring came up

CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS

  • Our economy is the fastest growing economy in the world.

  • 92% of market turnover comes from Equity and

Equity F&O which includes products like interest

rate futures, currency rate futures and corporate bonds.

  • Another fact Is 75% of it comes from cash related

index F&O which don’t directly lead to capital

formation.

  • The total cash market turnover decreased by 25% in 2012.

  • Low STV (nse-45%, bse-9.35) signifies low liquidity.

  • Other exchanges like NASDAQ, OMX have STV more than 100%.

C URRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS  Our economy is the fastest growing economy in the world.

REASONS FOR THIS POOR AFFAIRS

o Only 1% of Indian population i.e 1.2billion invest which is abysmally low.

o Supply exceeds the demand.

o Global financial crisis affecting Indian economy to a large extent as they are interdependent in various trading businesses.

o Conservative way of thinking.

o Poor literacy rate and 50% above population below poverty line.

R EASONS FOR THIS POOR AFFAIRS … o Only 1% of Indian population i.e 1.2billion invest

WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE….??????

  • Overall market development.

  • SME development

  • Development of bond markets.

  • Rationalization of costs.

  • Better Government policies.

  • Investor education and training.

W HAT NEEDS TO BE DONE ….??????  Overall market development.  SME development  Development

CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS

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  • E-trading is covering more and more places.

  • SEBI one of the best in the world has been very proactive.

  • It has transformed from a single asset to multi asset market.

  • Financial knowledge through various training programs and courses at BBA and MBA level.

  • Exchanges conducts 1500 investor programs

every year to increase financial awareness beside

advertising.

  • Simple product like ETF are being introduced to encourage retail investors.

C URRENT DEVELOPMENTS … ..  E-trading is covering more and more places.  SEBI one

SWOT ANALYSIS

S WOT ANALYSIS …

Strength:

  • The first and for most thing of strength of Indian stock

market is its ability to provide high return.

  • SEBI a regulatory body of Indian stock market who protects the interest of the investors.

  • Large number of securities which provides medium for investment.

  • Large number of Brokers who plays a role of facilitator

for investment.

Weakness:

  • The weak point of Indian stock market is its volatility i.e. High risk.

  • It is a kind of gambling where no guarantee of return and some time it depends on luck also.

Strength:  The first and for most thing of strength of Indian stock market is its

Opportunity:

  • Stock market provides an opportunity to money lender and money seeker to Invest and use money for their plan.

  • It provides an opportunity to the investor to be the

owner of the company and contribute in the business

decision of the company.

  • Stock market is a kind of indicator of the economic growth of the country where it provides an opportunity to gain according to the inflation of the country or more than that.

  • Participation from larger population is expected.

Threats:

  • There are many competitors of stock market such as post office savings, public provident fund, company fixed deposits, fixed deposits with bank etc. which provides fixed and assured returns.

  • Affected by global crisis.

Opportunity:  Stock market provides an opportunity to money lender and money seeker to Invest and

REFERENCE

o Dalal street 10 feb 2013 o http://bfm.co.in/swot-analysis-of-indian-stock- market/ o SEBI bulletin Dec 2012

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