In the stock market, CMP stands for “Current Market Price,” reflecting a share's real-time trading cost influenced by market trends.
CMP provides real-time stock value, aiding in market valuation, guiding investment decisions, and allowing stock comparison within industries.
CMP is the current market price of a stock, while LTP is the price of its most recent trade.
CMP represents the ongoing market price of a stock, whereas LTP indicates the price at which the stock's most recent trade was executed.
CMP constantly updates with each trade during market hours, while LTP shows the price of the last completed trade, not necessarily the current price.
CMP is calculated from market supply and demand, while LTP is set by the most recent transaction completed for a stock.
CMP updates in real-time with each trade, while LTP may remain constant until a new trade occurs, changing less frequently.
CMP is used to assess a stock's current market value, while LTP offers insight into past trading activity for historical analysis.
Find the CMP of a stock on brokerage apps like
financial news sites, or official stock exchange websites like BSE and NSE.