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This post describes about the ExBook

Client Hand Book | October 15

EX Book is used to view the requests that are sent to the Exchange by the buyer of the option to exercise the rights in options market.

View Ex Book Details

  1. Click Trading à Ex Book. The Ex Book page is displayed with following details:

    newexbook.gif

  Exercise No.

  Exercise  Type

  Instrument

  Symbol

  Expiry Date

  Strike Price

  Option Type

  Quantity

  Trend

  Buy Quantity

  Buy Pro

  NSE Exchange No.

  Status

  Time

 

  1. Ex Book details can be printed by clicking Print symbol (print.gif).


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