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Stock exchange is an integral part of a country’s capital market as it aids in capital formation through sale of securities most notably shares. It also provides marketability of securities by providing a secondary market for trading. Hence, it’s a place where securities of listed companies can be bought and sold thereby bringing together companies and investors in one place.
Dividends are returns on shareholding. The return is paid by the company out of its profits. This return may be in the form of cash or additional shares referred to as ‘bonus shares’. Dividends are announced by the company usually once or twice a year depending upon company policy.
A primary market is a market where securities which have never been issued before are offered to the public. This initial public offering (IPO), also called the primary issue, is therefore a transaction between the issuing company and the investor. A buyer of the initial issue may consider selling the security to another party. This transaction is done on the secondary market where the outstanding securities are traded amongst investors
A listed company is one whose securities are listed on an exchange. The share price of a listed company is quoted and traded on a stock exchange. Unlisted company is one whose securities are not listed on an exchange. Its shares are therefore not available for trading to the general public. Private limited companies are examples of unlisted companies
Preference shares have preference over ordinary shares with respect to dividend payments and in the event of liquidation i.e. payments are made to preference shareholders before any payments are made to holders of ordinary shares. Preference shares usually carry a fixed dividend amount, are usually callable at the option of the issuing company and generally have no voting rights. They may also have an option for conversion to ordinary shares. Ordinary shares are the most common shares issued by a corporation. The ordinary or common stocks have voting rights; dividend payments vary with the company’s performance and are not callable.
In order to raise additional funding may a company issue right shares to the existing share - holders. A right issue therefore allows shareholders to buy shares of an issue before it is offered to the public usually at a discounted price. The new shares are usually issued in proportion to the existing investors holdings.
Market capitalization of a company is the product of number of shares outstanding and its price on a particular day. The market capitalization of a stock exchange is therefore the product of the total shares outstanding of the listed companies and their respective prices on a given day.
A Central Depository System (CDS) is an electronic book entry system for custody and transfer of securities. CDS was introduced to replace the manual system of physical handling and settlement of shares at the stock exchange. The CDS is managed by the Central Depository Company (CDC) which is incorporated under the Central Depositories Act 1997. Investors can open their accounts directly with CDC called Investor Accounts or open sub accounts with a brokerage firm. With the introduction and implementation of the CDS and automated trading system, trading and settlement of securities has become efficient.
fdm offers the most competitive rates in the industry; minimum 5 paisa per share on shares valued up to Rs. 25.
Once all documentation is completed and approved, you will be able to access your account. Investment/Trading can begin once your account has sufficient funds.
There are many diverse ways to place an order, you may use your Trading Terminal, Web-Based Terminal Or Mobile trading, Whenever you will place order through online trading system, the message board view window shows the time and details of the order placement, cancellation and execution. The Margin window also shows the status of order placement through pending order, updating of custody balance in case of execution and cash balance accordingly. You can also view the details of outstanding orders as well executed transaction through your terminal.
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