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S&P BSE PSU Index Stocks

# NamePriceDifferenceChange%52 Week High52 Week LowPB RatioPE RatioIndustry
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Banks - Public Sector
2
Banks - Public Sector
3
Banks - Public Sector
4
Engineering
5
Electronics - Components
6
Electric Equipment
7
Refineries
8
Banks - Public Sector
9
Banks - Public Sector
10
Mining / Minerals / Metals
11
Miscellaneous
12
Miscellaneous
13
Engineering - Turnkey Services
14
Miscellaneous
15
Finance & Investments
16
Miscellaneous
17
Engineering
18
Mining / Minerals / Metals
19
Refineries
20
Finance - Housing
21
Banks - Public Sector
22
Refineries
23
Banks - Public Sector
24
Travel Agencies
25
Finance - Term-Lending Institutions
26
Construction
27
Telecommunications - Equipment
28
Mining / Minerals / Metals
29
Refineries
30
Miscellaneous
31
Steel - Medium / Small
32
Trading
33
Mining / Minerals / Metals
34
Aluminium and Aluminium Products
35
Miscellaneou
36
Finance & Investments
37
Power Generation And Supply
38
Power Generation And Supply
39
Mining / Minerals / Metals
40
Power Generation And Supply
41
Oil Drilling / Allied Services
42
Oil Drilling / Allied Services
43
Finance - Term-Lending Institutions
44
Power Generation And Supply
45
Banks - Public Sector
46
Banks - Public Sector
47
Construction
48
Finance - Term-Lending Institutions
49
Finance - Term-Lending Institutions
50
Engineering - Turnkey Services
51
Shipping
52
Power Generation And Supply
53
Banks - Public Sector
54
Steel - Large
55
Banks - Public Sector
56
Banks - Public Sector

FAQs

What is the S&P BSE PSU?
The S&P BSE PSU index is designed to measure the performance of public sector undertakings (PSUs) as defined by BSE Ltd.
How many PSU are listed in India?
In 1951, there were five PSUs under the ownership of the government. By March 2021, the number of such government entities had increased to 365.
What does PSU stock mean?
PSU stocks refer to shares of companies that are categorised as Central Public Sector Undertakings, which is the PSU full form in share market. These are government-owned corporations or enterprises that operate in various sectors, including energy, finance, manufacturing, and infrastructure.
Who is the owner of PSU?
Central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) are those companies in which the direct holding of the Central Government or other CPSEs is 51% or more. As on 31.3. 2015 there were 298 CPSEs wherein, 63 enterprises are yet to commence commercial operation.
Are PSU stocks safe?
Public sector companies are often considered to be safer investment options. A lot of investors want to invest in stocks that pay good dividends. Also, public sector companies are often considered to be safer investment options. Axis Securities recently listed PSU stocks that have high dividend yields.
Can PSU issue bonds?
The bonds are tradeable at the exchange and can be held easily in a demat account. These bonds are highly liquid. The government issues PSU bonds, and hence they have high credit ratings and are a very safe option for investment. They offer a regular fixed income to the holder.

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