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BSE Share Price History & Returns (2017 To 2024)

BSE Share Price History & Returns (2017 To 2024)

Updated: Thu 18 Apr 2024

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BSE Share Highlights

As of Thu 18 Apr 2024, BSE Share price is ₹2,781.10 which is ₹173.79 below 52-week high of ₹2,954.89 and ₹2,333.90 above 52-week low of ₹447.20

52-Week High Low

  • BSE 52-Week High is ₹2,954.89 occured on Fri 12 Apr 2024
  • BSE 52-Week Low is ₹447.20 occured on Thu 20 Apr 2023

All Time High

  • The all-time high or the highest price that BSE shares have ever touched was ₹2,954.89 and this occurred on Fri 12 Apr 2024.
  • The highest closing price at which BSE shares have ever closed was ₹2,890.19 recorded on Thu 04 Apr 2024.

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BSE Share Price Chart From 2017 to 2024

BSE Share Price History Table From 2017 to 2024

BSE Share Price History Table From 2017 to 2024

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YearBSEYOY Chg%↑High - ↓Low
2017₹303.15-

↑ ₹392

↓ ₹295

2018₹199.47-34.3%

↑ ₹328

↓ ₹191

2019₹167.15-16.3%

↑ ₹216

↓ ₹148

2020₹206.4023.4%

↑ ₹216

↓ ₹91.67

2021₹639.50209.8%

↑ ₹791

↓ ₹178

2022₹544.90-14.8%

↑ ₹1046

↓ ₹521

2023₹2221.20307.6%

↑ ₹2595

↓ ₹406

2024₹2781.1025.2%

↑ ₹2954

↓ ₹1941

Analyzing the Impact of Investing in BSE

BSE Shares price in the year 2017 was ₹303.15. If you had invested ₹10,000 in BSE Shares in 2017, in 7 years, your investment would have grown to ₹91,740 by the end of 2024. This represents a positive return of 817.4% from 2017 to 2024, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 37.2%.

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BSE Share Returns In Last 5 Years

BSE Share Returns In Last 5 Years
  • Its highest share price in the last 5 years was: ₹2,954.89 and lowest was: ₹91.67
  • BSE Shares price in 2019 was ₹167.15
  • By 2024, its share price rose to ₹2,781.10
  • It gave a positive return of over 1563% with a CAGR of 75.4% over the last 5 years
  • If you had invested ₹10,000 in BSE in 2019 then in 5 years, your investment would have grown to ₹1.66 Lakh by 2024, which is 16.63 times of your initial investment.

BSE Share VS FD (Normal) VS FD (Compounding)

You might wonder which option is better: shares, fixed deposits (FDs) or compounding FDs. Let’s compare them and see how they differ.

  • Shares: Units of ownership in a company can benefit from its profits or losses.
  • FDs: Deposits you make with a bank or a financial institution for a fixed time and at a fixed interest rate.
  • Compounding FDs: Similar to FDs but with one difference: the interest is reinvested into the principal amount instead of being paid out.
To help you make a well-informed decision, we have prepared a handy table that compares the returns of BSE Share with both FD choices over time.


If you invested ₹10,000 rupees each in these 3 options in :

YearBSE InvestmentFD Normal InvestmentFD Compond Investment
2017₹10,000₹10,000₹10,000

Then today, your investment would have become this much in each option:

2024₹91,404.06₹14,200₹15,036.30



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Disclaimer: Information is provided ‘as is’ and solely for informational and educational purposes, not for trading purposes or advice. We highly recommend to do your own research before making any investment.

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