Mumbai: The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE) are among top five bourses across the emerging economies of the world in terms of market capitalisation, SEBI has said in its latest monthly report.
Listing out a total of 14 stock exchanges across emerging countries, SEBI said the BSE stood at fourth position and the NSE at fifth among these bourses in terms of cumulative market capitalisation of all their listed companies.
SEBI has cited data from the World Federation of Exchanges (WEF) in its monthly report for June, 2012.
The BSE stood at the fourth position with a market cap of USD 1,101.87 billion as on June 30, 2012, up 6.36 percent from USD 1,035.91 billion at the end of previous month.
The NSE stood at fifth spot with market valuation at USD 1,079.39 billion at June-end, an increase of 6.42 percent from USD 1,014.21 billion in May.
Among emerging countries, Shanghai Stock exchange (China) was ranked as number one with a market cap of USD 2,410.87 billion, followed by Shenzhen Stock Exchange (China) at USD 1,149.17 billion and BM&FBOVESPA (Brazil) at USD 1,127.24 billion.
Overall, the major stocks listed in both developed and developing countries recorded upward trend in market value at the end of June, 2012.
Among developing regions, the market capitalisation of Mexican Exchange grew by 12.2 percent during June 2012 and that of Johannesburg Stock Exchange by 7.11 percent.
On the other hand, Shanghai Stock Exchange plunged by 5.8 percent during the month followed by Shenzhen Stock Exchange 4.1 percent.
Besides developed markets, the market capitalisation of NYSE Euronext (Europe) recorded a growth of 7.78 percent, followed by London Stock Exchange Group (7.30 percent) and NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange at 6.62 percent.
First Published: Wednesday, August 15, 2012, 18:17