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Capital market is the centre or arrangement that provides facilities for buying and selling of long-term financial claims. It is the market where transactions are made in long term securities such as stocks and bonds. The participants of this market includes various financial institutions mutual funds agents brokers dealers and other borrowers and lenders of long term debt and equity capital. INDIAN STOCK MARKET - THE PRESENT SCENARIO

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Capital market is not a compact unit but consists of two major parts: Primary Market Secondary market. Capital market

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The primary market or otherwise called as new issue market is one in which long term capital is raised by corporate directly from the public. Primary Market

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The secondary market or popularly called as the stock market refers to the market where these long-term financial instruments which are already issued in the primary market are traded. Secondary market.

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Stock markets refer to a market place where investors can buy and sell stocks. The price at which each buying and selling transaction takes place is determined by the market forces. The Indian secondary capital market or the stock market mainly consists of the stock exchanges Over the Counter Exchange of India and Stock Holding Corporation of India. Indian stock market can be quoted as one of oldest stock markets in Asia which is almost 200 years old. Trading in Indian Stock Market

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Rise or fall of share prices on a particular trading day depends on many factors .The success of an investor in the stock market always depend on how well he is able to incorporate all these factors while taking up his investment decisions. Stock market indicators are extremely used by investors across the world while taking various buy or sell decisions in the market. Stock Market Indicators

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It refers to the total value of all outstanding shares which is found out by multiplying the number of shares by the current market price. The market capitalization to GDP ratio is another parameter for evaluation of stock markets. Liquidity of the market can be measured by comparing the traded value to GDP ratio i.e value of the shares traded to GDP at current market prices. Market Capitalization

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It refers to a valuation of a firm’s current share price compared to its earnings per share EPS. Usually EPS is calculated by using the previous four quarters. A high P/E indicates significant projected earnings in future. Price to earnings ratio P/E ratio

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Investment in company’s equity being compared with the return on equity. It is a measure of company’s profitability compared with other firms in the same industry. Return on Equity ROE

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A financial ratio that shows how much a company pays out in dividends each year relative to its share price. It is calculated by dividing annual dividend per share by price per share. Dividend Yield

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It refers to the process of comparing a stocks market value to its book value. A low price to book value would be either because the stock is undervalued or it could mean that the company is not in the best of health. Price to book value

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A stock index consists of a set of stocks that are representative of either the whole market or a specified sector. It helps to measure the change in overall behaviour of the market on sector over a period of time. NSE and CRISIL in technical partnership with Standard Poor have jointly promoted the Index Service Products Limited IISL. Index Services

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V olatility is basically the variation from the average value over a measurement period. If a price of a security varies a great deal from day to day the volatility of it will be high and conversely if the day to day variation is low the value of volatility will be low as well. It is measured by the standard deviation of logarithmic returns during a certain period. Volatility in Stock Markets

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SEBI along with other regulators and government have initiated number of policies and programmes during the financial year 2008-09 in order to improve the efficiency of operations in capital market. Basically these measures are aimed at protecting the interests of the investors. Review of Recent Policy developments and Programmes

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