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If the shares are not bought in the auction, the close-out is done by paying compensation to the buyer. A payment equivalent to any of the following is made: The value of the short delivered security at the highest price prevailing in the stock exchange from the day of trading till the auction day or 20% above the official closing price on the auction day, whichever is higher is paid. For all short deliveries for; Companies listed in the “ZRead More
According to the exchange rules, the auction amount is always debited to the auction seller. It is the seller who is liable for fulfilling the shares’ obligations. If you wish to avoid such situations, it is advisable to sell the shares after confirming the delivery of shares. There are always chances that the shares may come short.Read More
Scenario1- Internal Process As Per T+2 Basis Internal short settlement is a special case scenario wherein both, the buyer and the seller, belong to the same broker. In such a case, the short delivery is settled internally by the broker. The settlement here is done among the broker’s clients instead of the exchange through a buy-in auction. If there is any short delivery, the funds will be credited to the buyer against shares and funds will be debited to theRead More
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