List of Nifty 50 Companies By Market Cap & Weight

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Nifty 50 Stocks List (2022)

The NIFTY 50™ index is a well-diversified benchmark that reflects overall market conditions, with 50 of the top stocks representing domestic companies listed on the (NSE) National Stock Exchange. It is designed to be a high-quality representative index that reflects the stock market as a whole.

The NIFTY 50 Stocks/Index offers greater choice, enabling investors to increase their exposure and hedge against market risks by selecting an appropriate number of stocks from sectors or industries.

Here is the complete and updated list of Nifty 50 Companies with all details.

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Nifty 50 Companies By Weight

As an investor, when people search about Nifty 50, they also want to know the weight of each company. So that they can understand how much impact each stock carries and help them decide where to invest their money.

NoCompany NameSectorWeight
1Reliance Industries Ltd.Petroleum Products10.56%
2HDFC Bank Ltd.Banks8.87%
3Infosys LimitedSoftware8.62%
4ICICI Bank Ltd.Banks6.72%
5HDFC Ltd.Finance6.55%
6TCS Ltd.Software4.96%
7Kotak Mahindra Bank LimitedBanks3.91%
8Larsen and Toubro Ltd.Construction Project2.89%
9Hindustan Unilever Ltd.Consumer Non Durables2.81%
10ITC Ltd.Consumer Non Durables2.63%
11Bajaj Finance Ltd.Finance2.52%
12State Bank of IndiaBanks2.4%
13Bharti Airtel Ltd.Telecom - Services2.33%
14Axis Bank Ltd.Banks2.29%
15Asian Paints LimitedConsumer Non Durables1.92%
16HCL Techno. Ltd.Software1.68%
17Bajaj Finserv Ltd.Insurance1.42%
18Titan Company Ltd.Consumer Durables1.35%
19Tech Mahindra Ltd.Software1.3%
20Wipro Ltd.Software1.28%
21Maruti Suzuki India LimitedAuto1.27%
22UltraTech Cement LimitedCement & Cement Products1.16%
23Tata Steel Ltd.Ferrous Metals1.14%
24Tata Motors Ltd.Auto1.12%
25Sun Pharma.
Industries Ltd.
26Mahindra &
Mahindra Ltd.
27Power Grid
Corp. of
India Ltd.
28Nestle India Ltd.Consumer Non Durables0.93%
29Grasim Industries Ltd.Cement & Cement Products0.86%
30HDFC Life Insurance Company LimitedInsurance0.86%
31Divis Laboratories Ltd.Pharma.0.85%
32Hindalco Industries Ltd.Non - Ferrous Metals0.82%
33JSW Steel Ltd.Ferrous Metals0.82%
34NTPC LimitedPower0.82%
35Dr Reddys Laboratories Ltd.Pharma.0.77%
36Indusind Bank Ltd.Banks0.72%
37Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.Oil0.7%
38SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd.Insurance0.69%
39Adani Ports & Special Economic ZoneTranspor.0.68%
40Cipla Ltd.Pharma.0.67%
41Tata Consumer Products LimitedConsumer Non Durables0.63%
42Bajaj Auto LimitedAuto0.57%
43Britannia Industries Ltd.Consumer Non Durables0.57%
44UPL Ltd.Pesticides0.51%
45Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.Petroleum Products0.48%
46Shree Cement Ltd.Cement &
Cement Products
47Eicher Motors Ltd.Auto0.45%
48Coal India Ltd.Minerals0.43%
49Hero MotoCorp Ltd.Auto0.43%
50Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.Petroleum Products0.41%

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Nifty 50 Sector By Weight

In Nifty – Financial Services (36.96%) and the IT sector (17.84%) cover more than half the weight of the overall index. Also the Oil & Gas contain 12.15%, Consumer goods have 10.83% and the rest part covered by other sectors.

(Source – NSEIndia)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1 What is Nifty 50?

The Nifty 50 is the Index of the top 50 Indian large-cap companies which is also known as the benchmark of the Indian economy. The index holds more than 65% market capitalization of the stock market with 14 different sectors & market leaders.

Q.2 What are the criteria for Nifty 50 stocks?

-> Market impact cost is the best measure of the liquidity of a stock. It accurately reflects the costs faced when actually trading an index. For a stock to qualify for possible inclusion into the NIFTY50, has traded at an average impact cost of 0.50% or less during the last six months for 90% of the observations, for the basket size of Rs. 100 Million.

-> The company should have a listing history of 6 months.

-> Companies that are allowed to trade in the F&O segment are only eligible to be constituents of the index.

-> A company that comes out with an IPO will be eligible for inclusion in the index if it fulfills the normal eligibility criteria for the index for a 3 month period instead of a 6 month period

Q.3 Who is responsible for the Nifty 50 Index?

The Nifty 50 Index is managed by the India Index Services and Products Ltd. (IISL), which is a joint venture between NSE and CRISIL.

Q.4 How to Invest In Nifty 50 Index?

The 50 stocks in the nifty index are weighted by market capitalization. For this reason, investors cannot directly invest in the nifty index; they can invest in either an index fund or an exchange-traded fund (ETF).

Q.5 Should You Invest in Nifty 50 Index?

Many people think that index funds are the simplest way to invest in equity. They offer a relatively low risk, clear investment strategy, and better returns than any fixed deposit and 90% of mutual funds.

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