Delhi Stock Exchange is situated in New Delhi, the capital of India. It is also popularly known as DSE, or the Capital’s Capital Exchange. By number of listed companies, DSE is the second biggest stock exchange in India. More than 3,000 companies are listed with this stock exchange.
Location of Delhi Stock Exchange
DSE is located at Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi.
History of Delhi Stock Exchange
DSE, one of the oldest stock exchanges in the country, was set up in 1947, the very year when India achieved its freedom. Since the time of its inception, the stock exchange has had an important role in the economic growth of the country by creating opportunities of investments in various industries. For over 50 years, this prestigious stock exchange has assisted investors in wealth creation and distribution of assets. DSE always helps investors get access to the cost-efficient online trading platforms where they can buy and sell their stocks profitably. It is suitably networked with 50 cities in North India via trading terminals.
Listed Companies of DSE
Some of the listed companies of DSE are as follows:
- A Infrastracture Ltd.
- B & A Plantation and Industries Ltd.
- C.V. Steels Ltd.
- Daffodil Businesses Ltd.
- ETP Corporation Limited
- Fernhill Industries Ltd.
- G.D. Goenka India Ltd.
- H.K. Finance & Capitals Ltd
- IFB Agro Industries Ltd.
- J.K. Pharmachem Ltd.
- Kabsons Industries Ltd
- Lloyds Steel Industries Ltd.
- MMTC Limited
- Nagarjuna Finance Ltd
- Oswal Agro Mills Ltd.
- Paramount Enterprises Ltd.
- Quick Return Investment Co. Ltd.
- R.R. Corporate Securities Limited
- SAB Industries Ltd.
- Thapar Exports Ltd.
- Universal Plastic Ltd.
- Vadilal Dairy International Ltd.
- Weizmann Ltd.
- XLO United Clutch Products Ltd.
- Yamuna Gases & Chemicals Ltd. (Yamuna Power & Infrastructure Ltd.)
- Zenith Computers Ltd.
DSE Dematerialized Trading
Delhi Stock Exchange has joined hands with the NSDL (National Security Depository Limited) and started buying and selling of dematerialized shares. This operation began from September 1988. Nonetheless, the options for supplying stocks either in demat or physical form resumed in the month of November 1998.
DSE Trade Guarantee Fund (TGF)
On July 27, 1998, DSE launched its Trade Guarantee Fund, valued at Rs.125 crore. TGF backs all the deals of the DSE with the exchange. When a member becomes unsuccessful to respect the agreement vow, TGF guarantees to satisfy the promise and accomplish the entire agreement with no interferences.
Contact Address of Delhi Stock Exchange
The contact details of the Delhi Stock Exchange are as follows:
Delhi Stock Exchange Ltd.
3-1 Asaf Ali Road
New Delhi – 110002