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Get the top vital information about margin trading. Margin trading is allowed in India by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). Brokers have to follow certain guidelines set by SEBI. Only certain stocks approved by the stock exchanges are eligible for margin trading. These include shares in the F&O segment with derivatives contracts. The margin requirement is subject to change but is typically around 30-40% of the total transaction value.Know more about margin trading from BlinkX.

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Margin Trading

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1 Sep 2023

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1 Sep 2023

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5 Sep 2023

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