What does Bhavcopy mean?

What does Bhavcopy mean?

What does Bhavcopy mean?

The Bhav Copy is a snapshot of the activity that has taken place in the market for the particular day. A highly valuable tool in any trader’s arsenal, the Bhav Copy shows important data like the Open, High, Low, Close, Volume and Last Traded Price for every scrip & contract.

What was BSE index in 2008?

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Year High Low
2009-2010 17793.01 9546.29
2008-2009 17735.70 7697.39
2007-2008 21206.77 12425.52
2006-2007 14723.88 8799.01

Is BSE a good buy?

BSE is more suitable for beginners, while NSE is more suitable for seasoned investors and traders. If you are an investor in India who want to invest in shares of new companies, BSE would be an ideal choice.

How can I download Bhavcopy?

bhav: Historical Equity Bhavcopy

  1. Download bhavcopy from NSE(National Stock Exchange) and BSE(Bombay Stock Exchange).
  2. To download historical bhavcopy just mention the date in numeric format(Date, Month, Year). Note that date should be mentioned in quotation mark “” (inverted comma).

What is Bhavcopy GI in NSE?

The bhavcopy of NSE refers to the historical quotes data of companies listed on National Stock Exchange (NSE). The daily details of opening, closing, high and low rates of the stocks traded and volume generated in NSE exchange of all stocks.

How can I trade with Bhavcopy?

  1. Go to Pivot Table Tools => Go to Analyze => Select Pivot Chart => Select Combo => Click on Secondary axis for Close Prices and make the chart type for close prices to be line chart and clustered column chart for OI.
  2. You can also change the Style and Color of the chart.

How many markets crashed in 2008?

On 11 Feb 2008, the Sensex fell by a further 834 points to 16,630. On 3 March 2008, the Sensex fell by 900 points to settle at 16,677. On 17 March 2008, the BSE Sensex fell further to 14,809 – a fall of 951 points. On 24 October 2008, the BSE Sensex fell to 8701, a fall of 1070 points in a single day.

What was the Sensex in 2009?

Mumbai: India’s bellwether stock index, the 30-share Sensex, ended the year on a strong note on Thursday, gaining 120.99 points, or 0.70%, to close at 17,464.81, its highest in 19 months.

How can I download Bhavcopy in Excel?

You can download the list of all the NSE stocks from its website in CSV format. Step 2 – Scroll down and go to the specific date and then click on the Bhavcopy file(CSV) download option as shown in the below screenshot. This is how you will get the list of all the NSE shares in an Excel file on a particular date.