Short Term ASM - BSE, Stage I
|Exchange||Long/Short Term||Stage||Entry date||Exit date|
|BSE||Short Term||Stage I||02 Aug 2022||Active|
|BSE||Short Term||Stage II||11 Jul 2022||02 Aug 2022|
|BSE||Short Term||Stage I||09 Jun 2022||11 Jul 2022|
|BSE||Long Term||Stage II||27 Apr 2021||07 May 2021|
|BSE||Long Term||Stage I||16 Apr 2021||27 Apr 2021|
|BSE||Short Term||Stage I||15 Dec 2020||23 Dec 2020|
|BSE||Long Term||Stage I||07 Aug 2020||28 Aug 2020|
|BSE||Short Term||Stage I||10 Oct 2019||13 Nov 2019|
1. What is ASM (Additional Surveillance Measure)?
The main objective of ASM is
More details about ASM can be found on the following links:
2. Should shortlisting under ASM be construed as an adverse action against the concerned company/entity?
The shortlisting of securities under ASM is purely on account of market surveillance and it should not be construed as an adverse action against the concerned company/ entity.
3. What are the criteria for shortlisting scrips under ASM framework?
The shortlisting of securities for placing in ASM framework is based on an objective criteria as jointly decided by SEBI and Exchanges covering the following market based dynamic parameters: