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NSE Open Interest

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This trading object lets you download historical open interest data for several stocks listed on the National Stock Exchange, NSE.

The National Securities Clearing Corporation Limited (NSCCL), which is a clearing and settlement agency for the deals that are executed on the futures and options market , reports daily the market wide position limit, MWPL, and open interest of stocks trading on the NSE. This data can be found on the National Stock Exchange website and is downloaded, decompressed (ZIP file), and parsed by this trading object.
The extracted numbers are stored in a custom database "nse_openint" that has two fields:
Market-wide position limit: The MWPL refers to the total number of contracts that are allowed to be held by a trader at one time and for a given scrip.
Open Interest: Open interest refers to the total number of options/futures contracts that are not delivered or closed for a given security and for a particular day.

Here are some other trading data that can be downloaded from the National Stock Exchange:
NSE - Short Selling gets short sale data.
NSE Corporate Actions downloads corporate actions events for all NSE scrips.
NSE Board Meetings downloads board meetings' announcements.
NSE - Security-wise Delivery Position
NSE Margin Trading gets for every scrip the number of shares and the amount financed by members of the NSE under the margin trading facility.


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Object ID: 467


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Market: Stock Market

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