Small-caps get their mojo back after a prolonged lull
Gains in the BSE SmallCap index will bring respite to many embattled promoters
The BSE SmallCap index rallied almost 10% during the month, compared to the gains of 6.89% of the BSE Midcap index and Sensex’s 5.62% rise
MUMBAI : After a prolonged lull, smaller companies are finding favour with domestic investors to bring respite to many embattled promoters. While small-caps, comprising companies with market capitalization of ₹5,000 crore or less, are typically seen as riskier bets, compared to mid- and large-cap firms, and prone to extreme price volatility, especially in times of economic uncertainty, they made a comeback in June.
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