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Nifty 200

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Nifty 200 Performance

Day Range

Low12953.85 High13028.75
12744.75

52 Week Range

Low 9425.05 High 12807.75
12744.75

Open Price

12975.00

Prev. Close

12982.40

Volume (Shares)

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Total traded value

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Upper Circuit

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Lower Circuit

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A successful investment journey in a stock market is not linked to a stroke of luck or a random throw of dice. It is a calculated and meticulously planned exercise that requires a lot of information and understanding to make the decisions that are best under circumstances but also careful of future risks.

 

The sheer magnitude of choice in the stock market is so great that it can confuse even the wisest of the investors. What can worsen the confusion is the real-time changes in the market that determine the profit and loss and can shape up destinies. That is why it is always prudent to make use of analytical tools and indices in your investment journey, which assist you in making informed decisions.

 

An index is a statistical tool that assists an investor in tracking the performance of equity and other assets. Nifty 200 which belongs to Nifty group of indices is one such statistical tool which assists an investor in tracking the performance of mid and large market companies. Read on to know more about Nifty 200 and how it is an important tool in the hands of an investor.

 

Introducing Nifty 200 

 

A stock market index is a key real-time indicator that is used by investors to track and monitor the performance of stocks and other financial assets. One such index used for stocks listed at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) is Nifty 200. 

 

Nifty 200 is the amalgamation of all the companies that form Nifty 100 and Nifty Midcap 100 index. This index is used to monitor the behaviour and performance of mid and large market capitalisation companies.

 

The Nifty 200, like all the NSE indices, is managed by a team of professionals and reviewed on semi-annual basis, with a cut-off date of January 31 and July 31. The average data of past six months ending the cut-off date is considered during the review. 

 

This index is among the 17 broad indices developed by NSE Indices Limited, which was formerly called the India Index Services & Products Limited. It was first launched in 2011. The main sector in the Nifty 200 is the financial services, which forms 32.22 percent of the companies in this index, followed by the Information and Technology companies at 11.02 percent.

 

Nifty 200 Selection Criteria 

 

The companies that are part of Nifty 100 and Nifty Midcap 100 indices are combined to form Nifty 200. It means that the composition of Nifty 200 includes top 150 companies based on full market capitalisation and the remaining are selected from mid market capitalisation companies on the basis of average daily turnover. The total number of companies in Nifty 200 is 201.

 

Any change in the composition, whether it be inclusion or exclusion, of the Nifty 100 and Nifty Full Midcap 100 is simultaneously reflected in Nifty 200. 

 

This index is computed by a method called the Free Float Market Capitalisation. This method uses the publicly available stocks and excludes the shares restricted to the public. The purpose of Nifty 200 is to benchmark fund portfolios, launch of index funds and exchange traded funds, and other structured products.

 

Key Characteristics of Nifty 200

 

 

Developer

NSE Indices Limited

Parent Index

Nifty 100; Nifty Midcap 100

Base Date

January 01, 2004

Launch Date

July 19, 2011

Base Value 

1000

Calculation Frequency 

Real Time

Index Rebalancing

Bi-Annual

Reconstitution Effective From

March, September

 

Five Top Constituents in Nifty 200 by Weightage*

 

 

Company 

Weight (%)

Sector

HDFC Bank Ltd.

9.56

Financial Services

Reliance Industries Ltd

6.68

Oil and Gas

ICICI Bank Ltd

5.53

Financial Services

Infosys Ltd

4.21

IT

ITC Ltd

3.27

FMCG

*As on October 31, 2013

 

Other Broad Market Nifty Indices

 

Like Nifty 200, there are 16 other Nifty broad market indices which can be used by investors to make better investment decisions. These indices are: Nifty 500, Nifty 500 Multicap 50:25:25, Nifty Microcap 250, Nifty 100, Nifty Midcap 150, Nifty Smallcap 250, Nifty 50, Nifty Next 50, Nifty Midcap 50, Nifty Midcap 100, Nifty Midcap Select, Nifty Smallcap 50, Nifty Smallcap 100,  Nifty  LargeMidcap 250, Nifty Midsmall cap 400.

 

Conclusion 

 

It is important to use analytical and statistical tools during your investment journey. These tools, like Nifty 200 or other such indices, can be of crucial assistance to you in making informed investment decisions. Nifty 200 is a monitoring index of 201 mid and large market capitalisation companies.

 

You should make use of more such indices and tools to bring an element of professionalism to your investments. It is always better to stay informed and updated if you want to stay on and grow in the stocks business.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does Nifty 200 impact investment strategies during market volatility?

Answer Field

Nifty 200 impacts investment strategies during market volatility by providing a diversified and representative portfolio of the Indian market, which can help investors to reduce risk and capture growth opportunities across various sectors and industries. Nifty 200 also offers investors the option to invest in index-linked products such as exchange-traded derivatives, index funds, and ETFs that track the Nifty 200 index, which can provide liquidity, transparency, and low-cost exposure to the Indian market.

How often are the sector weightages in Nifty 200 reassessed?

Answer Field

The sector weightages in Nifty 200 are reassessed periodically, based on the free float market capitalization of the constituent companies and the changes in the market conditions and composition. The index is reviewed and rebalanced semi-annually, in June and December, and the changes are implemented from the first working day of July and January respectively.

How does Nifty 200 accommodate technological advancements in the stock market?

Answer Field

Nifty 200 accommodates technological advancements in the stock market by including companies that are involved in various activities related to information technology, such as software services, technology, hardware, IT infrastructure, IT education and software training, networking infrastructure, software development, IT support and maintenance, etc. The index also reflects the impact of technological innovations on other sectors and industries, such as banking, energy, consumer goods, etc.

What risk management strategies can investors derive from Nifty 200 during economic downturns?

Answer Field

Investors can derive risk management strategies from Nifty 200 during economic downturns by using the index as a reference point for evaluating the performance of their own portfolios, and for identifying the strengths and weaknesses of their holdings. They can also use the index as a basis for hedging their exposure to the Indian market, by using index-linked derivatives such as futures and options that track the Nifty 200 index. These products can help investors to protect their portfolios from adverse market movements, and to take advantage of market opportunities.

How does Nifty 200 incorporate diversity and inclusion metrics in its selection criteria for constituent companies?

Answer Field

Nifty 200 incorporates diversity and inclusion metrics in its selection criteria for constituent companies by covering various segments of the Indian economy, such as IT, banking, energy, consumer goods, etc. The index also represents the different sizes and scales of the companies, ranging from large-cap to mid-cap. The index follows a clear and consistent methodology that is based on objective and transparent criteria, such as free float market capitalization, liquidity, and listing history. The index data and information are widely available and accessible to the public through various sources, such as websites, publications, and media outlets.

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