List of Nifty 50 Companies to learn Nifty Constituent Stocks by Weightage (Updated): Nifty 50 is the benchmark index of the National stock exchange (NSE) in India. Basically, an index is the stock exchange creating a portfolio of the top securities held by it based on market capitalization in the respective category (entire market or sector-wise).
These indexes are useful because they provide investors and companies with a reliable benchmark. They have also been used as an investment strategy. In these cases, Investment Managers just set up their fund portfolios to simply track the index. They use the same portfolio as the index in an attempt to gain similar market returns.
Indexes play an important role as they also stand in the representation of a country’s market and economy. Today, we observe NSE’s benchmark index namely Nifty 50. We take a look at the companies they have included along with the weights assigned to each.
Nifty 50 Companies List – NSE Benchmark Index
The Nifty 50 index tracks the behavior of the top 50 blue-chip companies as per market capitalization that are traded on the National Stock Exchange. Although the index includes only 50 of the 1600 companies that trade on the NSE it captures 66% of its float-adjusted market capitalization. Therefore, it is considered a true reflection of the Indian stock market.
Here are a few top features of the Nifty 50 Index:
- The base year is taken as 1995 and the base value is set to 1000.
- Nifty is calculated using 50 large stocks that are actively traded on the NSE.
- The 50 companies are selected on the basis of the free-float market capitalization.
- Here, the 50 top stocks are selected from different sectors.
- Nifty is owned and managed by India Index Services and Products (IISL)
Nifty 50 Companies List – Constituents of Nifty 50 by Weights – 2022
|1.||Reliance Industries Ltd.||Energy - Oil & Gas||10.56%|
|2.||HDFC Bank Ltd.||Banking||8.87%|
|3.||Infosys Ltd.||Information Technology||8.62%|
|5.||ICICI Bank Ltd.||Banking||6.72%|
|4.||Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd.||Financial Services||6.55%|
|6.||Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.||Information Technology||4.96%|
|7.||Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd.||Banking||3.91%|
|10.||Larsen & Toubro Ltd.||Construction||2.89%|
|8.||Hindustan Unilever Ltd.||Consumer Goods||2.81%|
|11.||ITC Ltd.||Consumer Goods||2.63%|
|13.||Bajaj Finance Ltd.||Financial Services||2.52%|
|12.||State Bank of India||Banking||2.40%|
|14.||Bharti Airtel Ltd.||Telecommunication||2.33%|
|9.||AXIS Bank Ltd.||Banking||2.29%|
|14.||Asian Paints Ltd.||Consumer Goods||1.92%|
|16.||HCL Technologies Ltd.||Information Technology||1.68%|
|23.||Bajaj Finserv Ltd.||Financial Services||1.41%|
|24.||Titan Company Ltd.||Consumer Goods||1.35%|
|25.||Tech Mahindra Ltd.||Information Technology||1.30%|
|17.||Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.||Automobile||1.28%|
|19.||Wipro Ltd.||Information Technology||1.28%|
|20.||UltraTech Cement Ltd.||Cement||1.17%|
|18.||Tata Steel Ltd.||Metals||1.14%|
|30.||Tata Motors Ltd.||Automobile||1.12%|
|22.||Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.||Pharmaceuticals||1.10%|
|21.||Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.||Automobile||1.09%|
|31.||Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.||Energy - Power||0.96%|
|28.||Nestle India Ltd.||Consumer Goods||0.93%|
|32.||Grasim Industries Ltd.||Cement||0.86%|
|33.||HDFC Life Insurance Co. Ltd.||Insurance||0.86%|
|34.||Divi’s Laboratories Ltd.||Pharmaceuticals||0.84%|
|36.||Hindalco Industries Ltd.||Metals||0.82%|
|26.||JSW Steel Ltd.||Metals||0.82%|
|35.||NTPC Ltd.||Energy - Power||0.82%|
|27.||Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd.||Pharmaceuticals||0.77%|
|29.||IndusInd Bank Ltd.||Banking||0.72%|
|44.||Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.||Energy - Oil & Gas||0.70%|
|41.||SBI Life Insurance Co.||Insurance||0.69%|
|38.||Adani Port and Special Economic Zone||Infrastructure||0.68%|
|40.||Tata Consumer products Ltd.||Consumer Goods||0.63%|
|37.||Bajaj Auto Ltd.||Automobile||0.57%|
|45.||Britannia Industries Ltd.||Consumer Goods||0.57%|
|43.||Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd.||Energy - Oil & Gas||0.48%|
|48.||Shree Cement Ltd.||Cement||0.47%|
|47.||Eicher Motors Ltd.||Automobile||0.45%|
|49.||Coal India Ltd.||Mining||0.43%|
|46.||Hero MotoCorp Ltd.||Automobile||0.43%|
|50.||Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.||Energy - Oil & Gas||0.41%|
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Bonus: BSE Sensex Constituent Stocks
The BSE Sensex or the Sensex 30 tracks the behavior of the top 30 companies as per market-cap registered on the Bombay Stock Exchange. BSE Sensex stands for S&P Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index. Here are a few top facts about Sensex 30:
- The 30 companies are selected on the basis of the free-float market capitalization.
- These are different companies from different sectors representing a sample of large, liquid, and representative companies.
- The base year of Sensex is 1978-79 and the base value is 100.
- Sensex is an indicator of market movement. If the Sensex goes down, this tells you that the stock price of most of the major stocks on the BSE has gone down. If Sensex goes up, it means that most of the major stocks in BSE went up during the given period.
Sensex 30 Companies- Constituents of Sensex 30 by Weights – 2022
|1.||Reliance Industries Ltd.||Integrated Oil & Gas||12.00%|
|2.||HDFC Bank Ltd.||Banks||10.47%|
|3.||Infosys Ltd.||IT Consulting & Software||9.72%|
|4.||Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd.||Housing Finance||7.67%|
|5.||ICICI Bank Ltd.||Banks||7.49%|
|6.||Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.||IT Consulting & Software||5.99%|
|7.||Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd.||Banks||4.45%|
|8.||Hindustan Unilever Ltd.||Personal Products||3.66%|
|9.||Larsen & Toubro Ltd.||Construction & Engineering||3.19%|
|10.||ITC Ltd.||Cigarettes,Tobacco Products||3.12%|
|11.||Bajaj Finance Ltd.||Finance (including NBFCs)||3.09%|
|12.||AXIS Bank Ltd.||Banks||3.07%|
|13||Bharti Airtel Ltd.||Telecom Services||2.61%|
|14.||State Bank of India||Banks||2.53%|
|15.||Asian Paints Ltd.||Furniture,Furnishing,Paints||2.32%|
|16.||HCL Technologies Ltd.||IT Consulting & Software||2.20%|
|17.||Bajaj Finserv||Finance (including NBFCs)||1.67%|
|18.||Tata Steel Ltd.||Iron & Steel/Interm.Products||1.51%|
|19.||Tech Mahindra Ltd.||IT Consulting & Software||1.40%|
|20.||Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.||Cars & Utility Vehicles||1.38%|
|21.||Titan Company Ltd.||Other Apparels & Accessories||1.30%|
|22.||UltraTech Cement Ltd.||Cement & Cement Products||1.30%|
|23.||Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.||Pharmaceuticals||1.24%|
|24.||Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.||Cars & Utility Vehicles||1.11%|
|25.||Nestle India Ltd.||FMCG||1.06%|
|26.||IndusInd Bank Ltd||Banks||1.05%|
|28.||NTPC Ltd.||Electric Utilities||0.88/%|
|30.||Bajaj Auto Ltd.||2/3 Wheelers||0.74%|
That’s all for this post. We hope it was useful for you. In case, if you have any queries related to Sensex and Nifty 50 Companies List or constituent stocks, let us know by commenting below. We’ll be happy to help. Happy Investing!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. What are the 50 stocks of Nifty 50?
The 50 stocks in the Nifty 50 companies list are the largest and well-established companies in India, that are listed on the National Stock Exchanges. These 50 stocks of nifty are the well-diversified 50 companies index reflecting overall market conditions. NIFTY 50 constituents and Index is computed using the free-float market capitalization method. A few top stocks of Nifty 50 are Reliance Industries, HDFC Bank, Infosys, Icici Bank, TCS, Kotak Mahindra Bank, HDFC, L&T, HUL, ITC and more.
2. Which share is best in Nifty 50?
The best share to invest in the Nifty 50 index depends on your preference, your future predictions, and risk appetite. These 50 stocks are selected from various sectors like Financial Services, IT, Automobiles, Oil & Gas, Consumer goods, Metals, construction, telecom, and more. As these Nifty 50 stocks are mostly the market leaders in their industry, you can pick the stocks from different sectors that you’re most optimistic about.
3. How many companies are there in Nifty 50?
There are 50 companies under the Nifty 50 index and are selected from the different sectors in India. The major weightage of the Nifty 50 companies comes under the Financial Services, IT, Oil & Gas, Consumers goods and Automobile.
4. How can I buy Nifty 50 stocks?
You can buy any of the stocks listed in the Nifty 50 companies list, directly from the stock market using your demat account. As these companies trade actively on the National stock exchange (NSE), you can purchase these companies through stockbrokers using your demat account. Else, if you want to invest in the entire Nifty 50 companies list, you can invest in Nifty 50 Index funds (offered by various AMCs in India), whose portfolio replicates the stock constituents of Nifty 50 stocks.
5. What is the eligibility criteria for selection of Nifty 50 stocks?
Eligibility Criteria for Selection of Constituent Stocks:
i. Market impact cost is the best measure of the liquidity of a stock. It accurately reflects the costs faced when actually trading an index. For a stock to qualify for possible inclusion into the NIFTY50, have traded at an average impact cost of 0.50% or less during the last six months for 90% of the observations, for the basket size of Rs. 100 Million.
ii. The company should have a listing history of 6 months.
iii. Companies that are allowed to trade in F&O segment are only eligible to be constituent of the index.
iv. A company which comes out with an IPO will be eligible for inclusion in the index, if it fulfills the normal eligibility criteria for the index for a 3 month period instead of a 6 month period.
6. What is the Index Re-balancing frequency?
Index is re-balanced on semi-annual basis. The cut-off date is January 31 and July 31 of each year, i.e. For semi-annual review of indices, average data for six months ending the cut-off date is considered. Four weeks prior notice is given to market from the date of
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