Use this Excel sheet to download historical data (values, PE, PE, Div. Yield) of 27 S&P BSE Indices.
I am making changes to my rolling returns calculator and mutual fund returns analyzer sheets and am putting together a multi-index vs. mutual fund performance chart.
This S&P BSE Indices Historical Data Downloader will be part of the above modules. I thought it may be useful to some if it is first released as a stand-alone module.
A screenshot of the S&P BSE Indices from their website.
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