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Turnover on NSE's F&O segment tumbles

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June 2017 at small premium

The June 2017 traded at 9590, a premium of 1.95 points compared with the Nifty's closing of 9588.05 in the cash market.

Turnover on the National Stock Exchange's & options (F&O) segment slipped to Rs 2.86 lakh crore from turnover of Rs 8.44 lakh crore registered yesterday, 15 June 2017.

In the cash market, the 50 index rose 10 points or 0.10% to settle at 9,588.05, its highest closing level since 14 June 2017.

Reliance Industries, Federal Bank, BEML, HDFC Bank and Aurobindo Pharma were the top traded individual stock contracts in F&O segment of Reliance Industries June 2017 traded at 1385.70, at a discount over spot closing of 1387.10. Federal Bank June 2017 traded at 120.50, at a premium over spot closing of 120.25.

BEML June 2017 traded at 1462.45, at a premium over spot closing of 1458.90. HDFC Bank June 2017 traded at 1658.15, at a discount over spot closing of 1667. Aurobindo Pharma June 2017 traded at 655, at a premium over spot closing of 653.

The June 2017 F&O contracts will expire on 29 June 2017.

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Turnover on NSE's F&O segment tumbles

Nifty June 2017 futures at small premium

June 2017 at small premium

The June 2017 traded at 9590, a premium of 1.95 points compared with the Nifty's closing of 9588.05 in the cash market.

Turnover on the National Stock Exchange's & options (F&O) segment slipped to Rs 2.86 lakh crore from turnover of Rs 8.44 lakh crore registered yesterday, 15 June 2017.

In the cash market, the 50 index rose 10 points or 0.10% to settle at 9,588.05, its highest closing level since 14 June 2017.

Reliance Industries, Federal Bank, BEML, HDFC Bank and Aurobindo Pharma were the top traded individual stock contracts in F&O segment of Reliance Industries June 2017 traded at 1385.70, at a discount over spot closing of 1387.10. Federal Bank June 2017 traded at 120.50, at a premium over spot closing of 120.25.

BEML June 2017 traded at 1462.45, at a premium over spot closing of 1458.90. HDFC Bank June 2017 traded at 1658.15, at a discount over spot closing of 1667. Aurobindo Pharma June 2017 traded at 655, at a premium over spot closing of 653.

The June 2017 F&O contracts will expire on 29 June 2017.

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Turnover on NSE's F&O segment tumbles

June 2017 at small premium

The June 2017 traded at 9590, a premium of 1.95 points compared with the Nifty's closing of 9588.05 in the cash market.

Turnover on the National Stock Exchange's & options (F&O) segment slipped to Rs 2.86 lakh crore from turnover of Rs 8.44 lakh crore registered yesterday, 15 June 2017.

In the cash market, the 50 index rose 10 points or 0.10% to settle at 9,588.05, its highest closing level since 14 June 2017.

Reliance Industries, Federal Bank, BEML, HDFC Bank and Aurobindo Pharma were the top traded individual stock contracts in F&O segment of Reliance Industries June 2017 traded at 1385.70, at a discount over spot closing of 1387.10. Federal Bank June 2017 traded at 120.50, at a premium over spot closing of 120.25.

BEML June 2017 traded at 1462.45, at a premium over spot closing of 1458.90. HDFC Bank June 2017 traded at 1658.15, at a discount over spot closing of 1667. Aurobindo Pharma June 2017 traded at 655, at a premium over spot closing of 653.

The June 2017 F&O contracts will expire on 29 June 2017.

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