NSE changed the lot size of 54 FO shares: Out of these, the lot size of 42 stocks was reduced, the change will be implemented from April 26.

NSE changed the lot size of 54 FO shares: Out of these, the lot size of 42 stocks was reduced, the change will be implemented from April 26.

National Stock Exchange (NSE) has announced changes in the lot size of futures and options. According to the NSE circular, out of 182 shares with derivative contracts, the lot size of 54 individual shares has been changed. Out of these, the lot size of 42 shares has been reduced. At the same time, the lot size of 6 shares has been increased. Whereas, the derivative lot size of 128 shares has not been changed. The revised lot size for expiry on or after May will be applicable from April 26. What are futures and options? Futures and Options (FO) are a type of financial instruments that allow an investor to take large positions in stocks, commodities, currencies with less capital. Futures and options are a type of derivative contracts that have a fixed term. Within this time frame, their prices change according to the stock price. Futures and options on each share are available in one lot size.

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