This post describes about the limit set

Client Hand Book | October 15

Limits Set keeps a track and displays the limits specified by the broker to individual users. The broker sets the limits for all the users and securities on daily and settlement basis for all the market segments.

View Limits Set View

  1. Click Trading à Limits Set. The Limits Set page is displayed with following details:

  •   NSE Equity

  •   NSE Derivatives

  •   BSE Equity

  •   BSE Derivatives

  •   MCX Futures

  •   NCDEX Futures

  •   NSEL Equities

  •   MCXSX Futures

  •   NSECDS

  •   Instrument Type

  •   Periodicity

  •   Deposit

  •   Gross Exposure

  •   Net Purchase

  •   Net Sale Exposure

  •   Net Position

  •   Turnover

  •   Margin

  •   Mark to Market

  •   Net Quantity

  •   Single Transaction Quantity

  •   Single Transaction Value



    1. Click Refresh, to view most recent updated details.

    2. Limits Set details can be printed by clicking Print symbol ().

    3. Limits Set details can be viewed in an Excel sheet by clicking the Excel sheet symbol ().

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