The other eight firms are Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals, Berger Paints India, Can Fin Homes, V-Guard Industries, Godfrey Phillips India, Balrampur Chini Mills, Raymond and Balkrishna Industries.
In a circular, BSE said these eleven securities will be available for trading in the SLB segment with effect from May 5, 2017.
SLB mechanism allows short sellers to borrow securities for making deliveries. There are more than 200 companies in the BSE SLB segment.
As per an earlier circular of the exchange, these companies will also be available for trading in the equity derivatives segment from April 28.
Besides, shares with market-wide position limit (which indicates the investors interest in a share) of at least Rs 100 crore are also eligible for the inclusion in SLB scheme.
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