February 27, 2011

Delhi Stock Exchange 's Closure Hurting Deeply Common Investors

DELHI STOCK EXCHANGE : During past 3 years DSE had announced several times about date of restarting of trading ,repeatedly failed to resatrt and nothing has happened since three years. Can this blog take up the matter with DSE Management and assess the latest status and ascertain authentically when DSE would restart trading as crores of funds of public investors are locked up in many Companies which are listed only in DElhi stock exchange unfortunately. Managements of such companies are also perhaps happy as they can enjoy benefits of listed companies but without being in public gaze because of no trading situation of DSE. Kindly pursue this matter in public interest.

Vishwaasp

6 comments:

Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal said...

Until the Delhi Stock Exchange restarts , all the shares listed only here should be placed on a " PERMITTED LIST ' of NSE and BSE whether the Managements of such companies officially proceed or not.

Interests of common investors take precedence over hose of Promoters.

Regards

vishwaasp said...

Aswani Kumar Agarwaljee, Excellent sugestion from you Sir. Thank you.

SANDIP GINODIA said...

THE WAY SUGGESTED BY ASHWINI HAS BEEN UNDERTAKEN BY NSE AND BSE FOR MANY COS LISTED IN CALCUTTA STOCK EXCHANGE AND CHENNAI STOCK EXCHANGE LIKE,OMDC,ELLENBARRIE IND GASES,SHRI CHAMUNDESHWARI SUGARS ETC TO NAME A FEW. THEREFORE IF SOMEBODY TAKES UP THE MATTER SERIOUSLY WITH DSE, NSE AND BSE. THIS CAN HAPPEN.
REGARDS
SANDIP GINODIA 9830271248

vishwaasp said...

Some investor organisations should take up the matter not only with thesestock exchanges but aiso With SEBI also as SEBI has all the power to make this possible and expediously. Investor associations have better voice in this area.MS Sucheta Dalal mayalso be helpful.

Anonymous said...

Never.

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