Brokers for status quo in trading hrs, but not to boycott

Stock brokers on Wednesday demanded both the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange to maintain status-quo in their trading hours, until adequate infrastructure is in place.

Brokers demand BSE, NSE to reconsider opening time

BSE Brokers Forum, a prominent body of stock brokers, on Tuesday demanded that both the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange reconsider their decision to commence trading from 9 am.

Brokers can sell mutual fund products

In a move to expand the reach of
mutual fund products, market regulator SEBI on Friday allowed
stock brokers to sell them in accordance with the prescribed
norms.

Sebi expands scope of brokers` agents

Many more persons and entities can
now be agents of brokers with market regulator Sebi allowing
individuals and different businesses to carry on such
activities without trading terminals.

SEBI suspends registration of 578 stock brokers

Market regulator SEBI on Thursday said it
has suspended registration of 578 stock brokers of various
stock exchanges for six months for default in payment of
registration fees.