How India’s National Stock Exchange Fosters A Culture Of InvestmentKnowledge Wharton
The National Stock Exchange of India, located in Mumbai, is the country’s largest stock exchange. It has more than 1,700 listed companies whose market capitalization exceeds $2 trillion. Founded in 1993 as India’s first electronic exchange, NSE has grown rapidly to become one of the world’s top three stock exchanges by transaction volume.
Vikram Limaye took over as NSE’s . . .
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