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Old 11-11-2015, 07:52 AM
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Default Company Categorization by the Exchanges

1. Are shares categorised as A/B/..Z both in BSE and NSE?

2. Can shares of companies switch from one such category to another?Some new companies can start as a z category and it improves so that it comes under A category in 5 years..is that possible?
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1. Are shares categorised as A/B/..Z both in BSE and NSE?

2. Can shares of companies switch from one such category to another?Some new companies can start as a z category and it improves so that it comes under A category in 5 years..is that possible?

Ans 1: Yes. But the codes for BSE and NSE are different. NSE uses codes such as EQ, BE etc.

Ans 2: Yes. The exchanges review the grouping periodically and move the stocks from one group to another depending on the criteria set by exchange.


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For NSE:

The Stocks which have traded at least 80% of the days for the previous six months shall constitute the Group I and Group II.
Out of the scrips identified above, the scrips having mean impact cost of less than or equal to 1% are categorized under Group I and the scrips where the impact cost is more than 1, are categorized under Group II.
The remaining stocks are classified into Group III
For BSE:

The equity segment is categorized into A,B,T AND Z groups and if you want to see the criteria then you can find in bse website in trading and settlement page.

No, the shares are categorized like that only in BSE and in NSE its categorized as groups as mentioned above.

3.Yeah it may be possible if the company is growth in very fast pace as every big company came from small stages but its not surity. And in reality its mostly impossible to have that kind of growth and popularity and for predicting or finding that it will become A group within 5 five years or not then you have to employ fundamental analysis.
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1.Categories are found only in BSE and not in NSE.

2.Yeah it can switch from categories but it cant come from Z to A in 5 years in realty.
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