What is freeze quantity?

What is freeze quantity?

Freeze quantity is the maximum quantity that you can place per order. Freeze quantity is set by the exchange and is applicable for Equity F&O. If you place an order above the freeze quantity, your order will be rejected along with the reason stating “ORDER QTY IS GREATER THAN FREEZE QTY


Sl. No.
Index Name
Freeze Quantity
1.
NIFTY
1800
2.
BANKNIFTY
900
3.
FINNIFTY
1800
4.
MIDCPNIFTY
5500
Note:
  1. The Freeze Qty mentioned above is the limit per order. You've to place Basket order (refer to this article), if you wish to place more than the freeze quantity.
  2. For the list of Equity F&O contracts and their freeze quantities, go through the below attachment.

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