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SummaryMarket watchdog Sebi has decided to impose a penalty on trading members for modifying client codes for non-institutional trades.

Altering client codes will attract 2% penalty: Sebi

Market watchdog Sebi has decided to impose a penalty on trading members for modifying client codes for non-institutional trades. The exchange has been asked to credit such amounts to investor protection funds. Present regulatory norms allow a trading member to modify client codes post execution of the trade only to rectify a genuine error that had occurred while entering a client code. According to the Sebi circular, a trading member will have to pay a penalty of 2% of the value of the non-institutional trade if such trade accounts for more than 5% of the total turnover of non-institutional trades. Otherwise, the penalty would be lower at 1%.

Sensex slips 70 pts as investors book profit

Amid mixed cues from across the globe, especially Europe, and profit-booking by investors after the recent rally, the BSE benchmark index Sensex closed a tad lower on Tuesday. The 30-share BSE index fell 0.37%, or 69.92 points, to 18,744.56 points after starting higher, and 18 components lost ground. It had gained 1.9% in June, its first monthly gain in three. Meanwhile, the

50-share NSE index fell 0.3% to 5,632.10.

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