Sebi to take call on operations of all markets


NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday said markets regulator Sebi will decide if certain or all segments of the stock and debt markets will remain open during the nationwide lockdown, even as it assured investors that the regulators and the finance ministry were maintaining a tight vigil.
The detailed guidelines on the lockdown, released by the home ministry said that “capital and stock market services as notified by Sebi” would be among the exceptions to the closure of commercial and private establishments during the 21-day period, starting midnight.
Over the last few days, there have been demand from certain segments to suspend or restrict market operations as brokerages and other intermediaries are working with a limited set of hands. Sebi has so far maintained a silence on the issue.

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