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SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA
SECONDARY MARKET DEPARTMENT
Mittal Court, B Wing, First Floor,
224, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021

SMD/DC/Cir-9/01
August 24, 2001

To,

The Chief Executive Officer 
of Derivative Segment of NSE & BSE

Dear Sir,

Reporting of derivative transactions to the media and the newspapers.

In the meeting of the derivative exchange/segments, held on August 2, 2001, it was decided that reporting of derivative transactions to the media and the newspapers should be in a uniform format.

Accordingly, the Derivative Exchanges / Segments and their Clearing House/Corporation are required to report the following details for the transactions in derivative contracts, to the media/newspapers, on a daily basis:

1. Contracts Description

2.Number of contracts traded

3.Notional Value (for option contracts, notional value would be calculated as [strike + Premium] * lot size * number of contracts traded).

4.Open

5.High

6.Low

7.Value of premium traded (for option contracts)

8.Open Interest (in number of contracts)

Yours sincerely,
(N. PARAKH)
CHIEF GENERAL MANAGER
DERIVATIVE CELL

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