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NseTools – Getting Applicable Margin of Company

  • Last Updated : 12 Jun, 2021

In this article we will see how we can get the applicable margin of given company using nsetools. Nsetools is a library for collecting real time data from National Stock Exchange of India. A stock quote is the price of a stock as quoted on an exchange. A basic quote for a specific stock provides information, such as its bid and ask price, last traded price, and volume traded. In case of securities in Trade for Trade –Surveillance segment (TFT-S segment) the upfront margin rates (VaR Margin + Extreme Loss Margin) applicable is 100 % and each trade is marked to market based on the closing price of that security.
 

Steps to get the Stock Quote 
1. Import the Nse from nsetools 
2. Create a Nse object 
3. From the Nse object get the stock quote with the help of get_quote method with the NSE Stock code of the company 
4. Get the applicable margin from the quote with the help of ‘applicableMargin’ key 
5. Print the applicable margin value 
 

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Below is the implementation 
 



Python3




# importing nse from nse tools
from nsetools import Nse
 
# creating a Nse object
nse = Nse()
 
# nse stock code for wipro
code = "wipro"
 
# getting stock quote
quote = nse.get_quote(code)
 
# getting applicable margin
value = quote['applicableMargin']
 
# printing applicable margin
print("Applicable Margin  : " + str(value))

Output : 
 

Applicable Margin  : 19.23

Another example 
 

Python3




# importing nse from nse tools
from nsetools import Nse
 
# creating a Nse object
nse = Nse()
 
# nse stock code for hdfc
code = "hdfcbank"
 
# getting stock quote
quote = nse.get_quote(code)
 
# getting applicable margin
value = quote['applicableMargin']
 
# printing applicable margin
print("Applicable Margin  : " + str(value))

Output : 
 

Applicable Margin  : 18.2

 




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