Shares of Abbott India, Dalmia Bharat, Delta Corp, The India Cements, JK Cement, Oberoi Realty, Persistent Systems and Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals rose up to 7 per cent after these stocks were added to the futures and options (derivatives) segment. Market from the beginning of October series.
The National Stock Exchange (NSE) last month announced that it would add eight shares in the F&O segment, taking the total number of shares available for derivatives trading to 180.
The performance of the newly added stocks in the F&O segment is given below:
- Abbott India up 2.2%
- Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals up 2.3%
- Dalmia Bharat 1.2%
- Delta Corp up 6.78%
- India Cements up 3.34%
- JK Cement up 2.16%
- Oberoi Realty up 0.07%
- Persistent system down 1%
“The futures and options contracts on 8 additional securities will be available for trading with effect from October 01, 2021, subject to fulfilling the eligibility criteria for the quarter sigma calculation cycle of September 2021,” NSE said in its circular dated August 31.
In a separate circular on Thursday, the National Stock Exchange announced the lot size, market wide position limit and overall stock limit for newly added shares in the derivatives segment.
The latest addition to stocks in the futures and options segment came after Can Fin Homes, Dixon Technologies, Hindustan Aeronautics, Indian Energy Exchange, Indiamart Intermesh, IPCA Laboratories, MCX, OFSS, Polycab India and Syngene International were included in the derivatives segment in September. Is. Chain.
NSE sets norms for derivative contracts such as underlying indices, market lots and maturity dates of the contracts. It revises the F&O stock list and lot size on a regular basis.