Indian Stock Market
Indian Capital Market is considered the second largest capital market in the world next only to the United States of America. Stock Markets in India have grown exponentially as measured in terms of the number of listed companies, market capitalization, turnover on stock exchanges, price indices and others. In terms of reforms and development, the Indian stock market has been the fastest to grab every opportunity presented by the paradigm shift in India's economic policy. A well-organized and well-regulated capital market facilitates sustainable development of the economy by providing long-term funds in exchange for financial assets to investors. This book is based on a collection of chapter-contributions from leading academicians on relevant, authoritative and thought provoking aspects of Indian Stock Market. It contains both conceptual and empirical studies so as to enable the reader to acquire a holistic view of the subject. This book is designed to meet the requirements of MBA students specializing in the area of Finance, students of CA/ICWA, students of M.Com/B.Com, academicians, researchers, practitioners and investors in general.
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The Emerging Trends of Indian Stock Market
Investor Psychology and the Behaviour
Behavioural Aspects of Investment in Stock Market
Firm Level Analysis
Behavioural Finance A New Paradigm in Stock Market
Index Revision and Firm Size Effect
Single Index Model for Shareholder Value Analysis
Measuring Credit Risk for Financing
abnormal returns agreement on investment analysis Annual Income arbitrage ARIMA ARIMA model assets average banks behavioural finance beta Bhubaneshwar Bombay Stock Exchange CFROI companies corporate governance correlation credit risk daily data economic efficient market hypothesis equity market returns F-statistic factors FII Sales FII-Sales firms gold range Granger Causality Granger Causes incremental information content Independent Variables Indian capital market Indian stock market indices industry Invest My Savings investment in gold investment in share investors Journal of Finance level form level of agreement Mumbai Nature of Employment Nifty NOPAT p-value PACF Partial Autocorrelations performance measures portfolio production Prospect theory regression relationship relative information content Residual Respondents Range risk management RONW sample savings in gold Schwarz criterion sector share market ranged shareholder value Standard Error Limits stationary Stock Exchange stock index returns stock prices stock returns Table Value Total trading two-way table unit root Value Added