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The total market-cap of the capital market was Rs 140.44 lakh crore in FY18.

, ET Bureau|
Aug 05, 2019, 09.34 AM IST
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Sebi data for FY 19 fiscal through December 2018 show equity derivatives turnover at Rs 1,747.66 lakh crore .
In this edition, ET gives the low-down on trading value of different market segments on NSE and the market cap of the segments based on the latest data available from the bourse

1. What are the market segments offered on NSE?

Capital market (stocks), equity futures and options, wholesale debt, currency derivatives and interest rate derivatives.

2. Which are the most active segments by value?

Equity derivatives, whose trading value was Rs 1,649.8 lakh crore in the fiscal year through March 2018 , grossed the highest turnover followed by cash or capital market at Rs 72.35 lakh crore and currency derivatives at Rs 50.28 lakh crore in FY18. Sebi data for FY 19 fiscal through December 2018 show equity derivatives turnover at Rs 1,747.66 lakh crore .

3. What was the total market-cap of stocks and bonds in FY18?

That of the capital market was Rs 140.44 lakh crore, while market cap of debt segment was Rs 72.67 lakh crore. The latest Sebi figure for market-cap of NSE equity cash segment was Rs 142.79 lakh crore during April-December 18.

4. Which cities account for the highest percentage wise turnover during the latest period (Apr 18-Dec 18) on equity cash segment of NSE?

Of the Rs 59.47 lakh crore turnover, Mumbai accounted for 63.6 per cent, followed by Delhi at 6.4 per cent, Kolkata 5 per cent and Bangalore 4.2 per cent.

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