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References Procedure Badla trading involved buying stocks with borrowed money with the stock exchange acting as an intermediary at an interest rate determined by the demand for the underlying stock and a maturity not greater than 70 days. Like a traditional futures contract , badla is a form of leverage ; unlike futures, the broker—not the buyer or seller—is responsible for the maintenance of the marked-to-market margin. A system or network that allows trade is called a market. The stock of a corporation is all of the shares into which ownership of the corporation is divided.

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Jump to navigation Jump to search Badla was an indigenous carry-forward system invented on the Bombay Stock Exchange as a solution to the perpetual lack of liquidity in the secondary market.

Badla were banned by the Securities and Exchange Board of India SEBI in , effective March , amid complaints from foreign investors , with the expectation that it would be replaced by a futures -and- options exchange. Like a traditional futures contract , badla is a form of leverage ; unlike futures, the broker—not the buyer or seller—is responsible for the maintenance of the marked-to-market margin. If A values the shares more than their current price, A can do a badla transaction.

The broker gives the money to exchange and the shares are transferred to B. But the exchange keeps the shares with itself on behalf of B.

Now, say one month later, when A has enough money, he gives this money to B and takes the shares. The money that A gives to B is slightly higher than the total value of the shares. This difference between the two values is the interest as badla finance is treated as a loan from B to A.

The rate of interest is decided by the exchange and it changes from time to time. February Issue Raja Rajeshwari. This article related or pertaining to the economy of India is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

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Badla (stock trading)

Akinogrel Badla led to some unintended and undesirable consequences and after much heat and dust, was finally banned in by the capital markets regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India. But of course, trafing would continue to maintain the fiction that we have a ban on forward contracts in public interest. Financiers not to trade on securities but allowed to hold securities with them. This article is closed for comments. Yet, the BSE market participants of today showed a marked preference for index futures over single-stock futures. In the new year, marketers will have to focus on four new essentials.

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Jump to navigation Jump to search Badla was an indigenous carry-forward system invented on the Bombay Stock Exchange as a solution to the perpetual lack of liquidity in the secondary market. Badla were banned by the Securities and Exchange Board of India SEBI in , effective March , amid complaints from foreign investors , with the expectation that it would be replaced by a futures -and- options exchange. Like a traditional futures contract , badla is a form of leverage ; unlike futures, the broker—not the buyer or seller—is responsible for the maintenance of the marked-to-market margin. If A values the shares more than their current price, A can do a badla transaction.

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