How to Adjust Your Corporate Bonds Order with FYERS

How to modify my corporate bonds order?

In the scenario where you wish to amend an order for corporate bonds, it's important to note that modifications to existing orders are not an available option. To adjust your investment, you must:
  1. Cancel the current order: Initiate the cancellation of the order you have previously placed.
  2. Place a new order: Once your original order is successfully cancelled, you can re-initiate a new order with the desired changes within the stipulated issue period.
Please remember that this process is specific to corporate bonds orders and differs from the procedures for other debt instruments.

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