Issue With Nifty Banknifty feed Stock Data

Today's Stock Market News | Sensex, Nifty, and Share Prices | LIVE: As a result of negative global signals, Indian equities markets began down, with the Nifty falling below 15,900. Sensex futures were down 1,326.62 points, or 2.44 percent, at 53,007.19 at the start of the trading day, while the Nifty was down 357.40 points, or 2.20 percent, at 15,888. For a period of time, NSE pricing remained stagnant. However, the problem only lasted a couple of minutes until it was resolved. The leading laggards in the Sensex pack were ICICI Bank, Maruti, Bajaj Finance, L&T, and Asian Paints (all of which were down up to 5% from their previous highs). The losses were spread throughout the wider markets, with the BSE MidCap and SmallCap indexes both down by 2.3 percent in morning trade, respectively.

Zerodha has already advised all members of the issue with data feeds for NSE equities from the exchange, which had occurred prior.

Zerodha, an online stock trading business, had previously warned the NSE of the problem with data feeds for NSE equities from the exchange, which affected all members on Monday. The brokerage, on the other hand, later stated that it had begun getting real-time data from the stock exchange.

"We have begun receiving real-time data from the NSE. Before placing orders, you may double-check the Last Trade Time (LTT) in the market watch to make sure they are accurate "In a tweet, Zerodha expressed his thoughts. Another brokerage business, ICICI Securities, reported that the NSE feeds had resumed normal operation and that orders are being processed on both exchanges simultaneously. If you are placing orders at a stock exchange, you should consider the order book depth and the last traded time "It stated this in a tweet.

Several minutes after the National Stock Exchange (NSE) price feed became unresponsive, Zerodha tweeted: "There is an issue with data feeds for NSE stocks from the exchange across all members." Please verify the 20-minute market depth before making orders, or place orders on the Bombay Stock Exchange." BSE tweeted, in response to the NSE's sporadic difficulties, that "BSE is operating normally today."

The NSE feeds are now operational.

The NSE feeds are now fully operational. Currently, orders are being executed on both exchanges simultaneously. Before putting orders at the exchange, you may want to check the depth of the order book and the time since the previous deal.

Gainers and losses in the top fifty

In terms of blue-chip laggards on Monday, Maruti Suzuki was the worst performer, followed by Bajaj Finserv, ICICI Bank, Eicher and M&M. There are as many as 46 companies on the Nifty50 index that are in the red. Hindalco, Coal India, ONGC, and Tata Steel were the only companies to post gains on the Nifty50 index.

Working from a disaster recovery location, the NSE

The National Stock Exchange (NSE), in a circular issued earlier this week, stated that trading sessions will be held from its catastrophe recovery location on Monday. An NSE simulated session was held on site on March 7, according to the company.

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