NSE Unlisted Share Price: Even though the country's largest stock exchange National Stock Exchange is not listed on the stock exchange. But in the last two weeks, the prices of unlisted shares of NSE have increased by more than 20 percent. This jump has been seen in the stock in off-market transactions.
Huge demand is being seen for unlisted shares of NSE. Especially the highest demand is being seen in the market from rich investors and retail investors. There is huge demand for unlisted shares of NSE but the supply is very limited. At the same time, big investors who have NSE shares are withdrawing from their commitment to sell.
There has been a strong rise in the stocks of BSE and Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX) in recent months. In the last one year, BSE stock has jumped by 331 percent and in three years by 1000 percent. Whereas the stock of MCX has doubled in the last year. Due to the rise in the stocks of both these exchanges, there is huge demand for unlisted shares of NSE, due to which there has been a huge jump in the prices of unlisted shares of NSE. At the same time, due to the possibility of NSDL's IPO, there is demand for NSE shares. NSE has 24 percent stake in NSDL (National Securities Depository Limited).
In the unlisted market, NSE stock is trading between Rs 3800 to Rs 3900 with a jump of 20 percent. A month ago the price was trading between Rs 3100 to Rs 3200. In January 2021, the stock price of NSE was trading at the level of Rs 1800 in the unlisted market. That means the stock has doubled in three years. There has been a heated discussion about NSE's IPO for a long time. NSE is the largest stock exchange in the country in terms of daily turnover.
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