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Services of a Stock Exchange

A well organised and regulated stock exchange renders valuable services to the company, investors and the community at large.

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Performs the following economic functions

An organised securities market or a stock exchange performs the following economic functions:

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Economic Functions and Services of Stock Exchanges

An organised securities market performs many basic economic functions and renders several important services.

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Is the Ban on Forward Trading on Securities Justified?

An analysis of business done on Indian stock exchanges in terms of cleared and non-cleared securities during April 1965 to December 1968 reveals the highly speculative nature of business that prevailed in the stock exchanges in India.

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Dealings in Securities on a Stock Exchange

The dealings in securities on a stock exchange are similar to that we have discussed under commodities exchange i.e., spot or cash transactions and forward or futures transactions.

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What Causes Fluctuations in Security Prices?

Price Fluctuations in a stock exchange are brought about by a variety of factors-physical, psychological, economic, monetary, fiscal, political, domestic and foreign.

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Merits and Demerits of Listing of Securities

Listing of shares if beneficial both to the company and the investors. To the company, listing gives a higher status and the listed securities enjoy a privileged position.

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Designed to protect investing public form abuses of the freedom of the market

The listing requirements which are designed to protect the investing public form abuses of the freedom of the market or form the fraud or exploitation are:

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How to get the shares Listed ?

All recognized stock exchanges in India have prescribed uniform listing regulations. 'In listing requirements, the stock exchange has forged a weapon which has given in huge power'.

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Objectives and Scope of Listing

Dealings in securities by their very nature are susceptible to fraud and undesirable practices on the part of the operators on a stock exchange. The general investing publics interest tis to be safeguarded.

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Listing of securities

Every stock exchange maintains an official 'Quotation List' divided into several sections. This is list is published daily containing the prices at which business ha been transacted and also a description of lots in which the business took place at particular prices.

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The Various Types of Orders Prevalent in a Stock Exchange

The transactions in securities on a sock exchange are done through the members or brokers or the exchange. The transactions could be put through only in terms of the specified unit of trading or lots e.g., 5, 10 or 100 shares.

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Authorized clerks of operators and dealers on the stock exchange

These people are also known as 'Member Assistants' and they are the authorized representatives or assistants of members.

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Remisiers of operators and dealers on the stock exchange

These people are also known as 'half-commission' men.

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Arbitrangeurs of operators and dealers on the stock exchange

'The arbitrageur specializes in making purchases and sales in different markets at the same time and profits by the difference in prices between the two markets.'

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Budliwalas of operators and dealers on the stock exchange

These people are the financiers on the securities market. They lend cash to the market by taking delivery of securities on the due date at the end of clearing for those who wish to carry over their purchases.

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Odd lot dealers of operators and dealers on the stock exchange

Here, the specialization is buying and selling securities in amounts less than prescribed trading units. They buy odd lots and make them up into marketable trading units.

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Dealers is non-cleared securities of operators and dealers on the stock exchange

These people specialize in non-cleared securities which are not on the active trading list and buy and sell on their own account.

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Taravaniwalas of operators and dealers on the stock exchange

While commission brokers act on behalf of the outside investors or other members, the Taravaniwalas deal on their own account.

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Floor brokers of operators and dealers on the stock exchange

These people are usually few in number they are not officially attached to other members.

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