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SEBI mulls tightening norms to protect market liquidity: Report

作者:Carina 时间:2018-01-31 20:50:32 標籤: 分類:

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is considering either directing stock exchanges to stop giving data feed services to entities trading on exchanges abroad or levy higher fees on the traders, according to a report in Mint.

According to the report, two sources say these options are a way of preventing the Indian derivatives business from going offshore.

SEBI did not respond to Mint's request for a comment. BSE and National Stock Exchange (NSE) declined to comment.

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Another source told the newspaper that SEBI has asked exchanges for detailed reports on the manner in which they provide data to investors trading on SGX and other foreign markets in which India-linked products are traded.

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"There is a concern surrounding liquidity of Indian markets being fragmented and moving offshore," Limaye said, according to a PTI report.

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