From glittering smallcaps to robust retail investor inflows, from new daily highs to record number of billiondollar firms, Indian markets saw a remarkable run in 2017. On Monday, shares scaled new highs yet again with the Nifty closing above 10,600. ET brings you 10 milestones from the current bull run, and explains how it's different from previous rallies.
Sensex touched a new high 62 times in 2017 compared with 51 times in 2007.
Smallcap index has returned 380 per cent since Sept 2013 compared with 232 per cent in 2005-07.
India's m-cap rose 52 per cent, the highest among 20 biggest economies, to $2.38 trillion.
Emerging Markets m-cap rose to a record $19.6 trillion. India, with 8 per cent weightage, contributed 11.79 per cent.
Scrips of only 72 companies tripled during 2004-07. But 851 stocks tripled during Aug 2013-Dec 2017. Shares of 533 cos saw 5-fold jump.
Retail investors made a profit of 280 per cent during 2004-07 compared with 175 per cent in current rally.
AUM of equity MFs has risen 376 per cent since Sept 2013 compared with 150 per cent between 2004 and 2007.
700 cos had $1 billion plus m-cap in December 2007. In December 2017, this number rose to 1,039.
MF equity collections in 2017 are nearly 80 per cent of collections in the past decade.
220 capital-raising transactions in 2017 — almost 40 per cent higher than previous peak in 2010. The amount raised was `1.9 lakh cr, 50 per cent higher than in 2010.