What happens if buy or sell orders are placed when there is some open position also in the same underlying?

In such case, first the marginable buy/sell order quantity has to be arrived at. Marginable buy order qty is arrived at by deducting the open net sell position at underlying-group level from the buy order quantity at underlying-group level. Similarly marginable sell order qty is arrived at by deducting the open net buy position at underlying-group level from the sell order quantity at underlying-group level. Marginable buy / sell order value is then arrived at by multiplying the respective buy / sell order weighted average price with marginable buy / sell quantity. For order level margin, marginable buy order value and marginable sell order value would be compared and higher of two would be margined.

For example, there is an open sell position of 100 shares in “Fut – ACC- 29 Apr 2002”. Marginable buy and sell order quantity would be 100 and 300 respectively. Marginable buy and sell order value would be Rs. 12750 and Rs. 48300 respectively.

 

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