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What are A, B, G, T and Z groups in BSE?
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2 Dec 2015
The securities traded on BSE's equity segment have been classified into 'A', 'B', 'T' and 'Z' groups based on certain qualitative and quantitative parameters, for guidance and benefit of the investors.

The 'F' group represents fixed income securities.

Trading in government securities by the retail investors is done under the 'G' group.

'T' group represents securities which are settled on a trade-to-trade basis as a surveillance measure.

The 'Z' group includes companies which have failed to comply with its listing requirements and failed to resolve investor complaints, among others. These are considered to be risky companies in markets.
With effect from Friday,4th Dec, BSE will classify warrants issued by companies into a separate group, called 'W',.

Currently, all types of warrants are traded under 'F' Group.

The move follows after BSE (formerly known as Bombay Stock Exchange) launched three new sub-groups -- 'XC', 'XD' and 'XT' -- for companies listed exclusively on its platform last month.

The new sub-segments by the stock exchange are based on companies' specific characteristics such as low to moderate market capitalisation and lower contribution to the overall trading turnover.

Presently, all types of Warrants are traded under 'F' Group. It is decided to classify such warrants issued by companies into a separate Group called 'W' with effect from Friday, December 4, 2015," BSE said in a circular.

It further said that warrants issued by Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd and Gujarat NRE Coke Ltd will be transferred from Group 'F' to 'W'.