F&O Ban List for Tomorrow
Trading in the stock market comes with risks, and one of the biggest risks is that of trading in futures and options (F&O). To minimize these risks, market regulators have placed certain restrictions on trading in certain stocks, known as the F&O ban list. In this article, we will explore the F&O ban list for tomorrow and what it means for traders.
Understanding the F&O Ban List
The F&O ban list comprises of stocks that have high volatility and are prone to manipulation. Trading in these stocks is restricted because of the potential for excessive speculation and price manipulation. The stock exchanges and SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) closely monitor these stocks to ensure they are not being manipulated.
When a stock is added to the F&O ban list, it means that traders are not allowed to take any new positions in futures and options contracts in that particular stock. However, traders who already have existing positions can continue to hold them until expiry.
The F&O Ban List for Tomorrow
Based on the latest data available, the F&O ban list for tomorrow (Thursday, 24th June 2021) includes the following stocks:
- Adani Enterprises
- Bharat Heavy Electricals
- Canara Bank
- National Aluminium Company
It is important to note that the F&O ban list is reviewed on a daily basis, and stocks may be added or removed from the list based on their volatility and trading activity. Therefore, it is important for traders to stay updated with the latest information and monitor these stocks closely.
The F&O ban list is an important tool used by market regulators to prevent excessive speculation and price manipulation in certain stocks. Traders need to be aware of the stocks that are on the F&O ban list and monitor them closely. It is important to remember that the ban is only for new positions and traders who already hold positions can continue to hold them until expiry.