27 October 2016

60-Minute 'Muhurat Trading' on NSE this Diwali

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Leading bourses BSE and NSE will conduct special 'Muhurat' trading session on Diwali on 30 October. The 'Muhurat' trading, which is conducted on the auspicious occasion of Diwali, would be held between 1830 hrs and 1930 hrs, the stock exchanges said in separate circulars.  

Highlights: 
Muhurat Trading Session on Account of Diwali Laxmi Pujan for Equity Segment on Sunday, 3 October: 
  • Pre-Open Session: 6:15 PM -6.30 PM 
  • Continuous Trading : 6.30 PM - 7.30 PM 
  • Post Closing: 7.40 PM - 7.50 PM
BSE would conduct the special session in equity derivatives, currency derivatives, equity and SLB segment while NSE would conduct the same in currency derivatives, futures and options and capital market segment. 

"... a special live trading session shall be held on Sunday, 30 October, 2016 on account of Muhurat trading on Diwali," NSE said.

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