The most popular and traded stocks are large-cap stocks. They represent the largest corporations in a country’s equity market and are more stable than smaller corporations. Large-cap corporations often have a high market capitalization, which indicates their share price is high in comparison to their entire size.
Reliance industries limited
Reliance Industries, India’s largest private-sector firm, has expanded from a textiles and polyester industry to an integrated participant in energy, petrochemicals, textiles, natural resources, retail, and telecoms, with world-class production sites across the country. Reliance’s product and service range meet nearly all of the people’s daily demands across economic and social spectrums. Reliance Group is an Indian conglomerate holding firm with a diverse business portfolio and the top taxpayer in the Indian private sector. It contributes to more than 5% of Indian government revenue and about 8% of Indian product exports. RIL was the first Indian company to surpass $100 billion in market capitalization in 2007. It became the first Indian company to reach Rs 9 lakh crore in market valuation in 2019. As of 2019, the company was rated 106th on the Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s largest corporations.
TATA Consultancy Services ltd
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is a consulting, IT services, , and business solutions company that provides actual outcomes to global enterprises with a surety that no other company can match. TCS provides an integrated portfolio of consulting-led IT, BPO, infrastructure, engineering, and assurance services. This is accomplished through its exclusive Global Network Delivery Model (GNDM), which has been regarded as the gold standard in software development.
TCS employs about 488,649 associates (including subsidiaries) from 154 nationalities in 46 countries. The company is India’s first listed IT company to reach a market value of $100 billion.
HDFC Bank Limited (the Bank) is a private sector bank headquartered in India. The Bank provides a wide range of banking services, including commercial and investment banking on the wholesale side and transactional/branch banking on the retail side. The Treasury division of the Bank consists principally of net interest earnings from the Bank’s investment portfolio, money market borrowing and lending, gains or losses on investment operations, and trading in foreign currency and derivative contracts. The Retail Banking segment serves retail customers via the Bank’s branch network and other channels. The Wholesale Banking division makes loans, non-fund facilities, and transaction services available to large corporations, emerging corporations, public sector units, government organizations, financial institutions, and medium-sized businesses. Income from Parabanking is included in the Other Banking Operations section. Income from non-banking activities, such as credit cards, debit cards, and third-party product distribution, is included in the Other Banking Operations section.
Infosys Ltd is a worldwide technology services corporation that defines, designs, and provides clients with information technology (IT)-enabled business solutions. For their clients, the Company offers end-to-end business solutions that use technology, such as technical consulting, design, development, product engineering, maintenance, systems integration, package-enabled consulting, and installation and infrastructure management services. As of March 31, 2020, the Company had 220 locations in 46 countries. The Company also sells software to the banking industry. They created Finacle, a universal banking solution for large and medium-sized banks in India and around the world. Infosys BPO is a subsidiary that is majority owned by the Company. The Company offers business process management services such as offsite customer relationship management, finance and accounting, administration, and sales order processing through Infosys BPO. FileNet, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, and System Application Products have marketing and technical alliances with the Company.
Hindustan Unilever Ltd
Hindustan Unilever Limited is a consumer goods corporation established in India. Home care, which includes detergent bars, detergent powders, detergent liquids, scourers, water business, and purifiers business; Beauty & Personal Care, which includes oral care, skin care, soaps, hair care, deodorants, talcum powder, colour cosmetics, and salon services; Foods & Refreshment, which includes staples, culinary products, tea, coffee, health food drinks, ice-cream and frozen desserts, and Others. Lux, Surf, Rin, Wheel, Glow & Lovely, Pond’s, Lifebuoy, Lakme, Dove, Clinic Plus, Sunsilk, Pepsodent, Vaseline, Closeup, Brooke Bond, Bru, Knorr, Kissan, Kwality Wall’s, Axe, Horlicks, and Pureit are among the Company’s household brands.
ICICI Bank Ltd
ICICI Bank Ltd (ICICI Bank) offers corporate and retail clients, high-net-worth people, and SMEs personal and corporate banking, investment banking, private banking, venture capital, life and non-life insurance solutions, securities broking, and asset management services. It provides a comprehensive range of products, including savings and current accounts, resident foreign currency accounts, investment products, and consumer and commercial cards. ICICI Bank provides loans for acquiring a home, commercial company needs, autos, personal needs, and agricultural purposes. Foreign exchange, remittance, import and export financing, advisory, trade services, personal finance management, cash management, and wealth management are services the Bank provides.
State bank of India
The State Bank of India is the country’s oldest Bank and a market leader in terms of balance sheet size, number of branches, market capitalization, and profits. It is undergoing a momentous period of change and transformation – the two-hundred-year-old public-sector behemoth is breaking free from its public-sector legacy and moving with the agility to give private and foreign banks a run for their money. Pension Funds, General Insurance, Custodial Services, Private Equity, Mobile Banking, Point of Sale Merchant Acquisition, Advisory Services, structured products, and other initiatives are being launched by the Bank through strategic partnerships.
Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd
Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC Ltd.) was founded in 1977 with the primary goal of satisfying a social need by encouraging home ownership through long-term financing for households. HDFC has transformed the notion of home finance for India’s increasing middle class into a world-class organization with a good reputation for expertise, integrity, and exemplary service over the previous three decades. Since its foundation, HDFC has aided more than 38 lakh clients in purchasing their own homes, with cumulative housing loan approvals of more than Rs 3.73 trillion and disbursements of more than Rs 3.02 trillion as of March 31, 2011. HDFC’s unwavering focus on Corporate Governance, strong ethical standards, and clarity of vision permeate the organization. The fundamental pillars of the HDFC brand are trust, integrity, transparency, and professional service, and people – both employees and customers – are its brand ambassadors.
The hallmark of all HDFC offerings is customer pleasure. The first touch of HDFC’s customized service occurs when a customer approaches HDFC and grows over time into a long and lasting relationship. State-of-the-art information technologies, backed up by robust in-house training programmes at its specialist training centre in Lonavla, have enabled HDFC to adapt quickly to ever-changing customer needs, empowering clients to make the correct home buying decision.
Bharti Airtel Ltd
Bharti Airtel Ltd (Bharti Airtel) is a telecommunications company. Telemedia services, digital TV services, mobile services, digital TV services, Telemedia services, Airtel business and passive infrastructure services are the Company’s core operations. It provides 2G, 3G, and 4G services, as well as fixed-line, high-speed broadband through DSL, DTH, IPTV, mobile commerce, and enterprise services, including national and international long-distance services to carriers. It provides communication and ICT services to major enterprises, small and medium businesses, and government, including voice, data, data centre and managed services, network integration, mobile enterprise applications, and digital media. Bharti Airtel operates in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Africa through subsidiaries and branch offices. The headquarters of Bharti Airtel is in New Delhi, India.
ITC Ltd is a leading private sector company in India. ITC’s product portfolio includes cigarettes, hotels, paperboards and speciality papers, packaging, agri-business, packaged foods and confectionery, information technology, branded apparel, personal care, stationery, safety matches, and other FMCG items. While ITC is a global leader in its conventional industries of cigarettes, hotels, paperboards, packaging, and agricultural exports, it is rapidly increasing market share in its emerging sectors of packaged foods and confectionery, branded apparel, personal care, and stationery. ITC Infotech India Ltd, ITC’s wholly owned Information Technology subsidiary, delivers IT services and solutions to premier global customers. ITC Infotech has distinguished itself by addressing customer difficulties with unique IT solutions. ITC’s manufacturing plants and hotels have received numerous national and international honours for their quality, productivity, safety, and environmental management systems. ITC was the first firm in India to obtain a corporate governance grade on its initiative.