Investing in India ADRs / Indian Stocks List

Over a dozen Indian ADRs trade on major US stock exchanges (plus a few additional Indian stocks that have OTC listings). These include large BPO or IT outsourcing MNCs like Infosys Ltd (NYSE: INFY)Wipro Limited (NYSE: WIT) and WNS Holdings Limited (NYSE:WNS) that tend to have more exposure to the US and global economies (because of their global presence) rather than the domestic Indian economy. On the other hand, Internet stocks like MakeMyTrip Limited (NASDAQ: MMYT), Sify Technologies Limited (NASDAQ: SIFY) and Yatra Online, Inc (NASDAQ: YTRA) would have considerable exposure to the Indian economy or in markets with large Indian communities. Finally and of the two big Indian telecommunications stocks, Tata Communications Limited (OTCMKTS: TTCMY) has since delisted from the OTC while Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (OTCMKTS: MTENY) now trades on the OTC.

In addition, there are two India closed-end funds: The India Fund, Inc (NYSE: IFN) and Morgan Stanley India Investment Fund Inc (NYSE: IIF). Investors need to look closely at the components of both funds as the former appears to have less exposure to the outsourcing sector (and to be more focused on Indian stocks with more local operations) than the latter.

Investors interested in investing in India should also check out our India ETF list, BICK ETF list, BRIC ETF list, China/India ETF list and South Asia ETF list as some multi-region or multi-country ETFs invest in Indian stocks.

List of India ADRs Trading on Major US Stock Exchanges

 CompanyTickerExchangeSector
1Azure Power Global LimitedAZRENYSEUtilities
2Dr. Reddy's Laboratories LimitedRDYNYSEPharmaceuticals
3Eros STX Global CorporationESGCNYSEMedia
4HDFC Bank LimitedHDBNYSEFinancial Services
5ICICI Bank LtdIBNNYSEFinancial Services
6iGate Computer SystemsIGATYDelistedOutsourcing (IT)
7Infosys LtdINFYNYSEOutsourcing (IT)
8Mahanagar Telephone Nigam LtdMTENYOTCQXTelecommunications
9MakeMyTrip LimitedMMYT NASDAQInternet Services
10Morgan Stanley India Investment Fund, IncIIFNYSEClosed-End Fund
11Rediff.com India LimitedREDFOTCDarkInternet Services
12ReNew Energy Global plcRNWNASDAQUtilities
13Sesa Sterlite LtdSSLTDelistedMining (Iron Ore)
14Sify Technologies LimitedSIFYNASDAQInternet Services
15Silverline TechnologiesSVRTYDelistedOutsourcing (IT)
16Tata Communications LimitedTTCMYDelistedTelecommunications
17Tata Motors LimitedTTMNYSEAutomotive
18The India Fund, IncIFNNYSEClosed-End Fund
19UltraTech Cement Ltd UCLQFOTCPinkBasic Materials
20Wipro Limited WITNYSEOutsourcing (IT)
21WNS Holdings LimitedWNSNYSEOutsourcing (BPO)
22Yatra Online, IncYTRANASDAQeCommerce (Travel)

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India Stock Markets

Most equity trading in the Indian stock market takes place on two Indian stock exchanges:

  1. The BSE Ltd or Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is the largest and oldest (founded in 1875) stock exchange in India. It is also the oldest stock exchange in Asia and among the top ten largest stock exchanges in the world.
  2. The (National Stock Exchange of India Ltd (NSE) was founded in the early 1990s, was the world’s largest derivatives exchange in 2021, and is among the ten largest stock exchanges in the world. The NSE’s flagship index is the NIFTY 50 – a 50 stock index is used extensively by investors in India and around the world as a barometer of the Indian capital market.
  3. The India International Exchange Limited (India INX) is India’s first international stock exchange and subsidiary of Bombay Stock Exchange. It operates 22 hours a day, six days a week allowing international investors and Non-Resident Indians to trade from anywhere across the globe at their preferred time.

In addition and in the past, there were a number of smaller Indian stock exchanges in various big cities around the country.

India Stocks and Investing ResourcesIndia ADRs

Here are some useful English news resources for investing in Indian ADRs or stocks or about India in general:

For additional resources for investing in Indian ADRs or stocks, check out all of our India tagged articles/links and our India category.

 

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