India to move to T+1 settlement from Friday: Here's what experts say

Friday will be a landmark day for the domestic markets with all listed stock entering the so-called T+1 settlement cycle

Samie Modak Mumbai
Photo: Bloomberg

Photo: Bloomberg

Friday will be a landmark day for domestic markets, with all the listed stocks entering the professed T+1 (trading plus one day) settlement cycle.
About 200 stocks, which account for more than 80 per cent of India’s market capitalisation, will be settled on a next-day basis, with effect from January 27.
This will evidently complete the transition to the T+1 cycle that started in February 2022 with the bottom 500 stocks in terms of market value.

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First Published: Jan 26 2023 | 6:42 PM IST

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