We have introduced “Market Circulars” as an initiative to increase awareness about the latest stock market circulars and information amongst traders and investors in India.. Since it is very cumbersome to keep track of all the relevant exchange circulars by visiting the exchanges’ individual websites, we have created a syndicated feed of the most relevant market circulars published on a regular basis. It includes NSE circulars and MCX circulars.
What you can expect from Market Circulars:
Exchange such as MCX and NSE circulars are published in large numbers on a daily basis and a much of the information regarding compliance, operational changes, technology etc. is not really relevant to traders/investors. Hence, we curate the most relevant ones and publish them on our Market Circulars page. You can expect information regarding derivatives, equities, announcements of changes in derivative contracts due to corporate actions such as splits, rights issues etc.We also publish MCX and NSE circulars on the launch of new products, change in settlement mechanisms, timings etc. The exchanges also publish announcements of change in margin requirements, price bands, inclusion and exclusion of stocks from the derivative segment, price and quantity freeze, Offer for Sale announcements, change in lot sizes, etc. which we will update on our market circulars page. You can expect a comprehensive list of all the most relevant circular information of the Indian financial markets across different segments such as equities, currencies, debt, commodities etc.
Why you should track this stuff:
I have often noticed that the vast majority of retail traders & investors either don’t have the time, resources or inclination to go the extra mile to gather additional information about the markets. In trading, information plays a very crucial role for success. Simple ignorance can lead to blunders when you find out about it later. Hence, it’s very important to stay in sync with the market developments. It’s not worth staking your fortunes to ‘chance.’ Reading circulars help build knowledge about the near future and in turn, that lowers your chances of getting caught off-guard. You can also take appropriate action on your trades without any negative surprises! For instance, let’s say you ignore a circular on the physical settlement of stock derivatives and take a position in a certain stock that you had no idea will be physically settled until your position is squared off in the last week of expiry as per the policies of the broker.
How to search for specific Market Circulars:
We have enabled 3 different ways of searching for the specific market circulars on our platform. You can search using keywords or filter circulars by selecting the exchange and dates. The idea is to be able to help you arrive at the stuff you’re looking for without wasting any time. I encourage you read these circulars regularly to stay tuned with the markets. The news media cannot possibly deliver all the information that you need. Also, consider adding the Market Circulars page to your bookmarks on your internet browser for easy and regular access. If you have any doubts or clarifications with regards to any circulars, feel free to discuss it with me in the comments section below by posting relevant links.
I hope this adds value to you. Happy Trading!
Tejas is the Co-Founder & CEO at FYERS, the youngest team to get NSE’s broker license. He has a specialization in finance and has over 10 years of work experience spanning across proprietary trading, risk management, and broking. Tejas & his team started FYERS, a technology-focused brokerage as a mission to transform the trading/investment landscape in India.