Traders and Investors are currently trading in Indian stock exchanges for six hours and 15 minutes, which is less than major four global stock exchanges across the globe. Trades in France and the UK permit exchanging for eight-and-a-half hours, while those in Singapore and the US are open for eight hours and six-and-a-half hours respectively.
In an offer to expand the exchanging hours of Indian value markets, different proposition are being examined including broadening exchange hours till 5 pm, 5.30 pm or 7.30 pm, as indicated by leading newspaper. There is likewise a proposition to adjust the value showcase timings with that of ware subordinates, which exchange till late night hours, however correct exchange hours are distinctive for various products.
On the off chance that exchanging is permitted till 7:30 pm, stock trades in India would remain open for 10 hours and 15 minutes – the most noteworthy among the major worldwide stock trades.
A month ago, the Metropolitan Stock Exchange of India (MSEI) had issued a notice declaring expansion of exchanging hours in the value section from 9 am to 5 pm from 7 July. Be that as it may, inside a day of declaring the expansion of exchanging hours up to 5 pm, MSEI pulled back its choice.
The Securities and Exchanges Board of India (SEBI), in October 2009, had allowed the stock trades to set the exchanging hours between 9 am to 5 pm. The BSE and the NSE propelled advertise opening time to 9 am, in December 2009, in front of the prior opening time of 9.45 am.