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The S&P BSE Sensex on Friday was trading flat, while the broader Nifty50 was hovering around its key support level of 8,600 on the first day of October series of derivatives contracts.
Sebi also plans to curb unsolicited investment advice and promotion of investment products through electronic and broadcasting media platforms.
In the afternoon trade, the market took a severe knock in a kneejerk reaction to reports that India conducted "surgical strikes" on suspected militants in Pakistan.
To promote fair use of the trading platform, Sebi said there will be some economic disincentives for algo trades based on the order-to-trade ratio.
Asian shares recouped early losses, suggesting investors judged Democrat Hillary Clinton was winning her debate against Republican Donald Trump.
BSE remained comfortable with Sebi's current regulation on listing, which does not allow self-listing and says cross-listing will only improve transparency.
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