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Thursday, August 31, 2023

fullformstockmarketsabbrivations

List of international stock market fullform abbrivations


  1. NYSE - New York Stock Exchange: The largest stock exchange in the world by market capitalization, located in New York City.

  2. NASDAQ - National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations: A major American stock exchange known for its technology and internet-related companies.

  3. DOW - Dow Jones Industrial Average: An index that measures the stock performance of 30 large, publicly-owned companies in the United States.

  4. S&P 500 - Standard & Poor's 500 Index: A market-capitalization-weighted index of 500 of the largest publicly traded companies in the U.S.

  5. ETF - Exchange-Traded Fund: An investment fund that's traded on stock exchanges, representing a diverse portfolio of stocks, bonds, or other assets.

  6. CEO - Chief Executive Officer: The highest-ranking executive in a company responsible for making major corporate decisions.

  7. CFO - Chief Financial Officer: The executive responsible for managing a company's financial operations and reporting.

  8. EPS - Earnings Per Share: A financial metric that represents a company's net earnings divided by the number of outstanding shares.

  9. P/E - Price-Earnings Ratio: A valuation ratio calculated by dividing the stock's current price by its earnings per share.

  10. ROA - Return on Assets: A profitability ratio that measures a company's ability to generate earnings from its assets.

  11. ROI - Return on Investment: A performance measure used to evaluate the efficiency or profitability of an investment.

  12. IPO - Initial Public Offering: The first sale of a company's stock to the public, transitioning it from private to public ownership.

  13. Bull Market - A market characterized by rising prices and positive investor sentiment.

  14. Bear Market - A market characterized by falling prices and pessimistic investor sentiment.

  15. SEC - U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission: A regulatory agency overseeing the securities industry, responsible for enforcing securities laws.

  16. REIT - Real Estate Investment Trust: A company that owns, operates, or finances income-generating real estate, often traded on stock exchanges.

  17. BETA - A measure of a stock's volatility in relation to the overall market.

  18. VIX - CBOE Volatility Index: A measure of market volatility often referred to as the "fear index."

  19. YTD - Year-to-Date: A financial term that indicates performance or returns from the beginning of the current year.

  20. M&A - Mergers and Acquisitions: The consolidation of companies through various financial transactions.

Fullform for Indian stock market


  • BSE: Bombay Stock Exchange. It is the oldest stock exchange in India and one of the 10 largest stock exchanges in the world.
  • NSE: National Stock Exchange. It is the largest stock exchange in India and one of the 10 most liquid stock exchanges in the world.
  • Nifty 50: A stock market index that tracks the performance of the 50 largest and most liquid stocks listed on the NSE.
  • Sensex: A stock market index that tracks the performance of the 30 largest and most liquid stocks listed on the BSE.
  • Equity: A type of security that represents ownership in a company.
  • Debt: A type of security that represents a loan to a company or government.
  • Derivative: A financial instrument that derives its value from another asset, such as a stock, bond, or commodity.
  • FII: Foreign Institutional Investor. An investor who is not a resident of India.
  • DII: Domestic Institutional Investor. An investor who is a resident of India.
  • Retail Investor: An individual investor who buys and sells stocks for their own personal account.
  • Institutional Investor: An organization that buys and sells stocks on behalf of its clients, such as pension funds, insurance companies, and hedge funds.
  • Bull Market: A market condition in which prices are rising.
  • Bear Market: A market condition in which prices are falling.
  • Junk Bonds: Bonds that are considered to be high-risk investments.
  • Blue Chip Stocks: Stocks that are considered to be safe and reliable investments.
  • IPO: Initial Public Offering. The first time that a company's shares are offered for sale to the public.
  • F&O: Futures and Options. A type of derivative that allows investors to bet on the future price of an asset.
  • Margin Trading: A type of trading that allows investors to borrow money from their broker to buy stocks.
  • Short Selling: A type of trading that allows investors to sell stocks that they do not own.