Stock Market Performance in India – Since 2010
The Indian economy has a rapid growth in the developing nations. While the Indian Stock market has been seen as fluctuating over the last ten years, still it has long been a better development and a good market.
If we take the Stock Market in India since 2010, the CAGR(Compound Annual Growth Rate) are higher than the bank deposit rates. In the upcoming years, the stock indices are more depend on the listed Companies’ revenue. As we have already seen, although the Indian Stock market did not get much returns in the past year 2018, but the market has not fallen as compared to other markets globally.
Last year, the Indian stock market ended in a green signal, as the US Market, China, London Exchange and Japanese indices were ended with a Negative return. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex gained 8 percent and the National Exchange NSE – Nifty50 at 9 percent, while measuring up from the year 2010 – 2018.
Since 2010, the Sensex was failed in the Negative only for the two years – 25 percent down in the year of 2011 and in the 2015, it was seen as (-5) percent. The Maximum returns came in the year of 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2017 with 17%, 26%, 30% and 28 percent respectively.
The Nifty has seen down in the year of 2011 and 2015 with (-25%) and (-4%) respectively. on the other side, the Nifty gained about 7 years since the year 2010. The Midcap 100 stocks on Nifty gained much about 56 percent in 2014 and 47 percent in the year of 2017. The Nifty Midcap 100 has given negative returns in the year of 2011, 2013, 2018 with 31%, 5% and 16 percent on the above said.
The Nifty Small cap had the good year of 2014 and 2017, as they grown with 55 and 57 percent respectively. S & P BSE 500 had given positive returns for the 6 years from the year 2010.
By sector wise performance, the Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) had not given any negative returns for the past 10 years. It had given a maximum CAGR of 49 percent in the year 2012 and the low of NIL percent in the year of 2015. The Nifty realty and BSE Consumer durables had an amazing returns of 110% and 102% in the year 2017. on the other side, it’s worst returns were happened in 2011.
The Nifty Realty were faced with Negative returns of 7 times of 9 years, since 2010. Nifty Pharma had not a great days for the past three years – (-14%), (-6%) and (-8) percent. The Auto sector of Nifty had failed only twice to give positive returns between the years 2010 and 2018.
The CAGR of Nifty Realty, BSE Power and Nifty Metal were the worst sectors since 2010, given a negative returns – 8%, 5% and 4% respectively. The best CAGR of sector wise were seen, the S&P BSE Consumer Durable at 21 percent.
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