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trade details of FTIL, which is the parent entity of the spot exchange.
On August 1, a day after NSEL suspended trading in all contracts barring e-series, FTIL share fell 65% while shares of Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) lost 20%. FTIL holds 26% stake in the commodity futures exchange. The regulator probed the trading data of certain entities to ascertain whether they had any advance information about problems at NSEL. Trading pattern of brokerage firms with significant exposure to NSEL were specifically looked into. The outcome of the enquiry has not been disclosed by the regulator.