Saturday, August 8, 2015

BSE TO INTRODUCE STRINGENT CIRCUIT FILTER NORMS



Read below the Content of Circular BSE issued in regard :




SEBI with an objective to restrict excessive price movements in the securities of listed companies had introduced daily price bands upto 20 % on the securities not having derivatives products. BSE as surveillance measure, reduces these price bands from 20 % to 10%, 10% to 5% and 5 % to 2 % based on the pre-decided joint criteria.

In order to enhance the market integrity and to prevent excessive price movement in the securities listed on its trading platform, BSE as a pre-emptive surveillance measure has an additional framework of periodic price bands in addition to the aforesaid daily price band framework. These additional periodic price bands shall be applicable to securities exclusively listed and traded on BSE Equity Trading Platform including securities listed on SME and SME ITP platform. The periodicity of these price band shall be weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly and the same is as follows;

Securities with daily price band as
Weekly  Price Band
Monthly Price Band
Quarterly Price Band
Yearly Price Band
20%
+/- 60 %
+/-100 %
+/-200 %
+/-400 %
10%
+/- 30 %
+/-60 %
+/-100 %
+/-200 %
5%
+/-20 %
+/-30 %
+/-60 %
+/-100 %
2%
+/-10 %
+/-20 %
+/-30 %
+/-50 %

In addition to the above, for monthly, quarterly and yearly limits a factor of 200 % of S & P BSE Midcap Index movement shall be applied for taking into account the overall movement in the market to the Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly price band limits. This factor shall be added in the direction of the movement of the index (rounded off to the nearest number) and the threshold of the opposite direction will remain unchanged.  

Illustration: a security having applicable price band of 20 % can move upward or downward upto 20 % in single day. In a week it can move upward or downward upto 60 % whereas in a month it can move upward or downward upto 100 % and so on. Further, if the S & P BSE Midcap has moved up by 5 % in the month, then the upper limit of monthly price band shall be adjusted by 10% i.e.  the upper monthly price band shall be 110 % whereas the lower price band shall remain as 100%.

In the event of any corporate action, the respective price of the security shall be adjusted as per the prescribed process.

The provisions of aforementioned framework shall come in effect from October 1, 2015.

40 comments :

  1. What are p group stocks ? Search alot but not getting answer

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    1. You may get Share Certificates instead of Demat shares as delivery in 'P' group stocks.

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  2. Hi Sir,
    Thanks for spreading awareness amongst your readers.
    After reading this I get few doubts:

    1."Further, if the S & P BSE Midcap has moved up by 5 % in the month, then the upper limit of monthly price band shall be adjusted by 10% i.e. the upper monthly price band shall be 110 % whereas the lower price band shall remain as 100%." :
    Could not understand this point, 5% rise in the price today shifts the monthly higher band by 10% to 110%.

    2.This shift of monthly band is from the start of the month to the end or it is 30 days from the rise or fall, similarly how it is for a weekly band.

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  3. Dear sir
    I hold JPAssosiates 5000 share s at 60.hold?

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  4. good move to curb the volatility and less dependability feature of equity market.

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  5. Helo vp sir.
    What is u ur current views on sugar stocks.

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  6. Thanks a lot for sharing such important circular/details.

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  7. Sir, It means now no share will be able to get more than 400% return in one year. If i am right or wrong?

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  8. Sir, Yearly price band doesn't seem practical. There are companies that change over 400% due to fundamental reasons.

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  9. Hi Sir,

    Salzer reported a very GOOD result. Thanks for Everything.

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  10. Can we enter NCL industries at cmp for long term prospective. Just need your view

    Thank you

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  11. according to this new filters a stock with Rs.10 can not go beyond Rs.40 in a year?

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  12. Thanks a lot for the update sir.

    I would like to ask sir since price band keeps on changing so how can they determine periodic price band.
    Suppose a stock hit 2 continuous Upper circuit of 20% then its circuit filter will be revised from 20% to 10%.Then how can SEBI determine its weekly,Monthly,quarterly or say yearly price band

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  13. I too confused on certain points . What I feel is , it is a punishment for majority of innocent retail investors for the irregularities and price rigging done by a few . Instead of catching those committed frauds , it is a blanket decision which will affect every one buying small caps. I think it is a decision of Exchange and not SEBI. It is applicable only to companies listed in BSE alone and not to those listed in both exchanges.

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    1. So can a company have different prices in different exchange?

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    2. No .If company is listed in both exchanges , this rule is not applicable in both exchanges.

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  14. Sir what is ur current view on aimco pesticides and polyplex corporation

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    1. No meaning in expressing opinion just before the publication of result

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  15. Sir, do you track ORICON ENT? Thanks

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  16. So, there will be a drastic difference between the BSE price and the NSE price, or will NSE also do the same, only time can tell i think.

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    1. This is not applicable for shares traded in both BSE and NSE. Hence I think the price difference will not come

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  17. Hello VP Sir, Post June qtr results what is your take on Ashapura Minchem.

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    1. Performance of company is improving but there is some family problems creeping up , which is a point we should watch closely.If it reaching a level of affecting the efficiency of management , we should re-think.

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  18. Sir, your thoughts on RICO AUTO pls. Thanks.

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  19. Dear Sir,
    Your view on PFRL Post result announced today.
    tks

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    1. PFRL is not a stock suggested for the result on a pre-merger basis.

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  20. sir , any updates on SMS Pharma after recent quarterly results.

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    1. Risk takers can hold, others may book profit

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  21. Sir, your current views on Capital First post its quaterly results.. I am holding since your initial reco.. Thanks

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  22. Pioneer Embroidery and Dion Global are two companies reported flat results compared with same period of last year and both were in loss. Though they reported loss , situation is not worsening either . Still I hope both companies can come back but as usual in the process of turn around it may take some time. Those with enough patience can still hold , but only with a long term view.

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  23. Sir,
    What is your valuable view on Grauer-Weil Ltd?

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  24. Hi, ur view on Genus paper and Jasch industries?

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  25. Hi VP sir,
    Even-though this is very general question , your feedback really helps. Textile sector as a whole be considered as a cyclical and most of the textile stocks rallied up a lot. By the time it can turn around , isn't it something the entire cycle may be faded out? Does it not applicable to turn around stories and stock move may depend on the improvement in business and not with the market sentiment? Despite in bad conditions , pioneer did well in increasing sales and one quarter flat/-ve results wont change the opinion. I am just trying to find out the relation with cyclical sector in-order to be little cautious.

    Thanks as always for your reply

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  26. i a share hits f20% lower circuit on Thursday and then 20% lower circuit again on Friday, then what will be the circuit limits for the next week or on Monday

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