Bhopal, Sep 30: The Delhi Stock Exchange will re-start its operations in the next two months, a top official said on Wednesday, Sep 30.
This was stated here at a press conference here by Dushyan Chauhan who is the head (Marketing and Communication) of the Delhi Stock Exchange (DSE).
He said that since eight years the DSE has been closed due to various reasons including changes in rules by the SEBI and DSE was unable to absorb the effects due to them.
He said, "Right now, the only two stock exchanges that were working in the country at the national level were the BSE and the NSE and DSE will now work along with them."
Chauhan also said that the date of opening cannot be disclosed as it would be inaugurated again by either the Prime Minister or the Finance Minister.