Trading Blocks on Physical Settlement Symbols at FYERS

When are physical settlement symbols blocked for trading?

Knowing when symbols are blocked for physical settlement is crucial:
  • Blocking Period: Contracts set for physical settlement are typically blocked for trading during the expiring week.
  • Availability: The subsequent month's Futures contracts for these scrips will remain open for trading.
For detailed insights, you're encouraged to read our blog titled "Physical Settlement of Stock Derivatives."

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