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NSE records improvement in market share in first half of FY17

Total traded volume in the cash and derivatives segment during the April-September period stood at Rs 24.17 lakh crore and Rs 417.8 lakh crore respectively.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Oct 04, 2016, 04.14 PM IST
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NSE said retail focused products have also performed well on the exchange's platform during the period. Total AUM of Nifty 50 index based Exchange Traded Funds crossed the Rs 10,000-crore mark during the period.
NSE said retail focused products have also performed well on the exchange's platform during the period. Total AUM of Nifty 50 index based Exchange Traded Funds crossed the Rs 10,000-crore mark during the period.
The National Stock Exchange of India recorded further improvement in market share in both the equity and derivatives segment in the six-month period ending September.

In the cash market segment, the bourse's market share crossed 86%, up from 85% during the 2015-2016 financial year, while market shared in the equity derivatives segment stood at around 99% compared to 93% at the end of the previous financial year. Total traded volume in the cash and derivatives segment during the April-September period stood at Rs 24.17 lakh crore and Rs 417.8 lakh crore respectively.

"By virtue of investors’ continuous support to NSE, its market share has increased to a record level during the first six months of the current financial year," said NSE in a release on its website on Monday.

NSE said retail focused products have also performed well on the exchange's platform during the period. Total AUM of Nifty 50 index based Exchange Traded Funds crossed the Rs 10,000-crore mark during the period.

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