Stock Market Companies have to meet the requirements of the exchange in order to have their shares and stocks listed and traded there, but requirements differ from the stock exchange:
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE): Bombay Stock Exchange has requirements for a lowest market capitalization of Rs.250 Million and the lowest public suggest equal to Rs.100 Million.
London Stock Exchange: The key market of the London Stock Exchange has requirements for a lowest market capitalization (£700,000), 3 years of audited financial statements, lowest public suggests (25 per cent) and enough working capital for at least twelve months from the date of listing.
NASDAQ Stock Exchange: To be listed on the NASDAQ a company must have issued at least 1.25 million shares of stock valued at least $70 million and must have earned more than $11 million over the last 3 years.
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE): To be listed on the New York Stock Exchange a company must have issued at least a million shares of stock value $100 million and must have earned more than $10 million over