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All You Need to Know About Bank Nifty
What is Bank Nifty?
Bank Nifty is the bank index comprising of most liquid banking stocks which can be traded in the F&O segment of the National Stock Exchange (NSE). This bank index provides a benchmark for market investors and market intermediaries to capture the performance of Indian Banks in the capital market.
What is Bank Nifty Future?
Bank Nifty Future is a derivative contract which derives its value from the Bank Nifty index; this contract can be traded on the National Stock Exchange of India. The Bank Nifty Future is dependent on the movement of high banking stocks in the index since it derives its value from the Bank Nifty index.
When was Bank Nifty Introduced?
The National Stock Exchange launched future contracts on Nifty Bank Derivatives on the 13th June 2005. The Bank Nifty index influences the value of Nifty Bank derivatives contracts (i.e., the value of Nifty Future is derived from the underlying index).
Number of Stocks in Bank Nifty?
The Bank Nifty consists of 12 most liquid and large banking stocks (stocks gotten from the banking sector) in India listed on the National Stock Exchange of India Ltd.
What is the lot size of Bank Nifty?
The Bank Nifty which comprises of the most liquid and large banking stocks listed on the NSE provides a benchmark for investors and market intermediaries which captures the lot size of CNX Nifty in the F&O (futures and options) segment of the National Stock Exchange; this lot size of CNX Nifty has been revised upwards to 20.
The Bank Nifty has a weekly options contracts that may start from May 27, and this weekly options contract will expire every Thursday. With weekly options contracts, traders now have another opportunity to trade with lesser investment and premium compared to monthly options contracts. According to analysts, the newly introduced weekly contract will be more suitable for weekly hedging at a smallerpremium, especiallyin a period ofmajor domestic or global event.
Traders will use this medium increasingly for intraday trades, and strategies.
What is Bank Nifty weekly options?
Unlike the monthly options contracts, the weekly options contracts which will expire every Thursday will offer traders on the platform another opportunity to play with smaller premium and investments. Weekly options contracts would be more suitable for weekly hedging at a lesser premium, especially in a period of global or domestic events. This medium will be increasingly used by traders for intraday trades and strategies, for instance, buy today sell tomorrow (BTST). This product can be used to boost liquidity in the futures & options segment and also for hedging purpose against risks in either domestic or domestic events.
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