NSE India Option Chain: Nifty Option Chain

Last Updated On 27-Feb-2024

An option chain is a detailed list of the existing options contracts for a specific underlying stock or index. It primarily displays all call and put options available on an underlying with a precise expiration. The Options are sorted by strike price and statistics on premium, open interest, and implied volatility. The listing provides premium, volume, open interest, and other statistics for various strike prices.

Expiry Date:

CALLSPUTS
Total OIChg in OlChg % OlLTPChg %Strike PriceChg %LTPChg % OIChg in OlTotal OI
32700 50 0.15

3548.15

0.15

18650

-50.00

0.25

343.03 3191350 4121700
55350 -12300 -18.18

3451.3

-18.18

18700

-54.55

0.25

85.8 109350 236800
1150 0 0.00

3076

0.00

18750

-69.23

0.2

147.2 70950 119150
4850 -6200 -56.11

3334.6

-56.11

18800

-54.55

0.25

3.45 1950 58500
- - - - - 18850

-66.67

0.2

25.17 7400 36800
650 -1650 -71.74

3241.15

-71.74

18900

-58.33

0.25

17.14 9750 66650
250 50 25.00

3270.65

25.00

18950

-50.00

0.3

1.58 550 35450
422950 -37150 -8.07

3138

-8.07

19000

-41.67

0.35

5.99 62150 1099400
100 0 0.00

2476.45

0.00

19050

-61.54

0.25

53.38 21300 61200
1700 -300 -15.00

3030

-15.00

19100

-61.54

0.25

3.41 1550 47050
250 0 0.00

3139.95

0.00

19150

-58.33

0.25

101.9 53700 106400
2550 -100 -3.77

2958

-3.77

19200

-58.33

0.25

109.33 71500 136900
100 0 0.00

2660

0.00

19250

-53.85

0.3

15.97 5350 38850
4900 -350 -6.67

2845

-6.67

19300

-50.00

0.3

-1.06 -1000 93600
8850 -150 -1.67

2850

-1.67

19350

-38.46

0.4

70.93 24400 58800
4150 -3950 -48.77

2737.55

-48.77

19400

-53.85

0.3

0.86 700 81850
- - - - - 19450

-46.15

0.35

81.84 39650 88100
103200 -17500 -14.50

2642.8

-14.50

19500

-38.46

0.4

5.36 94000 1848200
50 0 0.00

2719.05

0.00

19550

-56.25

0.35

-0.4 -200 49750
11350 -1200 -9.56

2533.65

-9.56

19600

-46.67

0.4

12.05 7400 68800
200 0 0.00

2456.7

0.00

19650

-40.00

0.45

18.64 9450 60150
18650 -2250 -10.77

2439.5

-10.77

19700

-50.00

0.4

1.87 15950 869500
300 0 0.00

1930.05

0.00

19750

-50.00

0.5

13.17 4400 37800
8650 -2100 -19.53

2345

-19.53

19800

-50.00

0.45

16.99 30750 211750
250 0 0.00

2393.55

0.00

19850

-50.00

0.5

-23.09 -9200 30650
8150 -1200 -12.83

2260

-12.83

19900

-55.00

0.45

-13.73 -12450 78200
1700 0 0.00

2250

0.00

19950

-50.00

0.5

125.49 32250 57950
466300 -43950 -8.61

2145.4

-8.61

20000

-52.17

0.55

3.59 81250 2346100
950 0 0.00

2119.15

0.00

20050

-40.91

0.65

-50.39 -38900 38300
7000 -2850 -28.93

2039.7

-28.93

20100

-56.52

0.5

-0.59 -1250 209700
200 -50 -20.00

1985

-20.00

20150

-52.17

0.55

135.79 26750 46450
13350 -2500 -15.77

1935

-15.77

20200

-54.17

0.55

-1.13 -3550 310850
1650 0 0.00

1850

0.00

20250

-52.17

0.55

210.0 39900 58900
17400 -2300 -11.68

1882.6

-11.68

20300

-50.00

0.6

-5.92 -23100 367300
2000 0 0.00

1880

0.00

20350

-52.17

0.55

108.46 37800 72650
39400 -3450 -8.05

1762.55

-8.05

20400

-56.52

0.5

-2.37 -7450 307350
1000 0 0.00

1808.55

0.00

20450

-56.00

0.55

91.8 51500 107600
230950 -32400 -12.30

1644.15

-12.30

20500

-48.00

0.65

3.7 72750 2037850
950 -250 -20.83

1643

-20.83

20550

-50.00

0.65

92.55 38500 80100
14750 -700 -4.53

1537.6

-4.53

20600

-53.57

0.65

9.11 49050 587400
1250 0 0.00

1476.95

0.00

20650

-48.15

0.7

15.58 17400 129100
58900 -450 -0.76

1436.5

-0.76

20700

-44.83

0.8

12.41 147200 1333300
3350 0 0.00

1421.05

0.00

20750

-42.86

0.8

25.85 43400 211300
83500 -450 -0.54

1336

-0.54

20800

-36.67

0.95

-6.08 -86650 1339550
6000 -50 -0.83

1320

-0.83

20850

-44.12

0.95

-13.29 -60250 393250
97700 -200 -0.20

1238.75

-0.20

20900

-37.14

1.1

-6.22 -83200 1255250
4600 -200 -4.17

1158.1

-4.17

20950

-36.59

1.3

-10.43 -49950 429050
444200 -42800 -8.79

1138.7

-8.79

21000

-43.48

1.3

-4.58 -348700 7258200
7800 -50 -0.64

1098.4

-0.64

21050

-42.22

1.3

-0.35 -1750 499500
81550 -3750 -4.40

1040.45

-4.40

21100

-48.00

1.3

14.56 268850 2115250
12300 -500 -3.91

992.9

-3.91

21150

-46.67

1.6

-0.94 -6150 647900
121650 -8850 -6.78

945.2

-6.78

21200

-50.75

1.65

-17.27 -700350 3354950
13750 -800 -5.50

900.5

-5.50

21250

-57.50

1.7

-26.05 -303050 860450
220200 -12450 -5.35

843.9

-5.35

21300

-47.67

2.25

7.42 232700 3369050
19600 -50 -0.25

777.9

-0.25

21350

-43.40

3

34.09 345400 1358500
176550 -2350 -1.31

747.25

-1.31

21400

-43.55

3.5

33.8 1047350 4146300
21500 -4000 -15.69

693.8

-15.69

21450

-40.67

4.45

68.07 471500 1164200
897100 -27250 -2.95

648.05

-2.95

21500

-33.69

6.2

29.49 1564450 6869200
23300 -2700 -10.38

603.45

-10.38

21550

-29.20

8

45.9 376900 1197950
282800 -14950 -5.02

553

-5.02

21600

-22.99

10.55

12.78 434550 3834250
42050 -1700 -3.89

505.85

-3.89

21650

-18.56

13.6

32.53 273700 1115000
611800 -25800 -4.05

458

-4.05

21700

-11.25

18.15

6.34 224950 3775750
60300 2900 5.05

412

5.05

21750

-5.66

23.35

0.21 2600 1216850
993150 -41500 -4.01

369.9

-4.01

21800

-2.77

29.85

25.29 872850 4323900
104500 10100 10.70

327.6

10.70

21850

2.43

37.95

92.46 705000 1467500
724200 48050 7.11

286.45

7.11

21900

3.63

47.1

29.83 1061450 4619600
199250 50300 33.77

251.3

33.77

21950

10.46

60.2

5.11 73900 1519050
3629600 -50050 -1.36

214

-1.36

22000

12.88

74.5

-10.57 -784000 6632950
620000 289500 87.59

182

87.59

22050

15.72

92

56.69 463400 1280800
3527600 1947950 123.32

153

123.32

22100

18.02

112.3

50.08 1438350 4310250
2615850 1957400 297.27

126.9

297.27

22150

19.22

134.9

129.98 1158600 2049950
6560500 2761700 72.70

102

72.70

22200

20.92

161

-6.73 -265850 3682300
3169950 711300 28.93

82.7

28.93

22250

22.96

192

-48.37 -795750 849300
6832900 1299100 23.48

64.2

23.48

22300

22.21

222.05

-22.93 -467800 1572150
1948750 762900 64.33

48.65

64.33

22350

21.63

255.9

-20.33 -67500 264450
5769900 1581650 37.76

36.3

37.76

22400

21.73

294.95

6.3 45500 767650
2321750 608700 35.53

27.7

35.53

22450

21.43

333.2

-30.51 -29750 67750
6799600 219400 3.33

20.1

3.33

22500

21.19

378.1

-13.0 -141900 950050
1833200 706450 62.70

14.55

62.70

22550

20.03

422.2

-0.83 -300 35700
5338200 1443100 37.05

10.15

37.05

22600

19.22

468

-31.47 -31050 67600
2096550 316750 17.80

7.25

17.80

22650

18.11

515.25

-18.68 -3400 14800
5639200 1629150 40.63

5

40.63

22700

17.84

561.55

-10.46 -18800 160950
2116600 147300 7.48

3.85

7.48

22750

16.10

611.6

1.27 200 15900
5291350 9350 0.18

3

0.18

22800

14.42

658.85

-26.89 -9250 25150
1982650 21500 1.10

2.3

1.10

22850

14.76

706

10.0 550 6050
4573350 2140850 88.01

2.3

88.01

22900

15.30

768.45

-12.87 -1300 8800
1218050 -29650 -2.38

2.05

-2.38

22950

13.21

806.6

-5.94 -300 4750
12953900 310600 2.46

1.95

2.46

23000

12.20

858.2

-6.56 -36250 516300
1795400 219600 13.94

1.65

13.94

23050

3.02

840.05

0.0 0 2700
3156500 -1591600 -33.52

1.5

-33.52

23100

11.25

954.4

-7.06 -300 3950
1125450 40350 3.72

1.5

3.72

23150

0.00

994.3

0.0 0 350
2998900 129950 4.53

1.2

4.53

23200

10.92

1066.25

-2.38 -150 6150
489550 -50200 -9.30

1.3

-9.30

23250

0.00

936.7

0.0 0 300
1232000 -186350 -13.14

1.2

-13.14

23300

8.20

1153.7

-23.84 -1800 5750
369750 -36550 -9.00

1.25

-9.00

23350

0.00

1496.75

0.0 0 200
978850 -72850 -6.93

1.15

-6.93

23400

9.82

1279.45

0.0 0 1900
458650 103700 29.22

1.05

29.22

23450 - - - - -
4465850 691450 18.32

1

18.32

23500

7.88

1355.3

-7.43 -10700 133400
386100 100950 35.40

0.8

35.40

23550

0.00

1866.75

0.0 0 50
2229000 596650 36.55

0.75

36.55

23600

0.00

1624.85

0.0 0 950
230250 61950 36.81

0.7

36.81

23650

0.00

1632.85

0.0 0 1000
793000 -15950 -1.97

0.6

-1.97

23700

8.27

1564.55

6.38 150 2500
270400 -25650 -8.66

0.6

-8.66

23750

0.00

1596.3

0.0 0 3000
977050 -47150 -4.60

0.6

-4.60

23800

0.00

1550

0.0 0 2750
751950 -71000 -8.63

0.55

-8.63

23850

0.00

1636.2

0.0 0 3750
909750 -98650 -9.78

0.55

-9.78

23900

0.00

1670

0.0 0 300
1435300 -65900 -4.39

0.5

-4.39

23950

0.00

1700

0.0 0 350

Note : Highlighted are "in-the-money"

Nifty 50 Futures

Nifty Fut

₹ 22122.05

29 February

-90.50 icon  -0.41%

Nifty Fut

₹ 22122.05

28 March

-77.45 icon  -0.35%

Latest Nifty 50 Futures Options


CALL

NIFTY 50 21000 CALL

₹ 1.3

29 February

-4.584 %


PUT

NIFTY 50 21000 P

₹ 1.3

29 February

-4.584 %


CALL

NIFTY 50 21500 CALL

₹ 6.2

29 February

29.491 %


PUT

NIFTY 50 21500 P

₹ 6.2

29 February

29.491 %

How to use the NSE option chain table?

There are various components of an Options Chart in a NIFTY option chain.

  • Option type

    Call and put are the two types of options.

    A call option is a contract that grants you the right, but not the duty, to purchase the underlying at a defined price within the option's expiration period.

    A put option is a contract that grants you the right but not the obligation to sell the underlying at a defined price before the option expires.

  • Strike price

    It is the cost at which the option's buyer and seller agreed to execute the contract. Only when an option's price crosses this strike price will your trade turn a profit.

  • Open Interest (OI)

    This information indicates traders' interest in a specific strike price of an option. OI informs you of the number of contracts exchanged but not executed or squared off.

    The greater the quantity, the greater the interest among traders in a specific strike price of an option. Thus, there is enough liquidity to trade your option whenever you choose.

  • Change in Open Interest

    It informs you of any changes in the Open Interest throughout the expiration time, such as the total number of contracts closed, exercised or squared off. You must closely analyse and review an increase in OI.

  • Implied Volatility (IV)

    A higher IV indicates the possibility of large price movements, whereas a low IV indicates little or few price changes. The IV does not signify whether the price change is upward or downward.

  • LTP

    The shorthand for the last traded price of an option is LTP.

  • Net Change

    This component indicates the LTP's net change. Green indicates positive adjustments or price increases, and red signifies negative changes or price decreases.

  • Bid Quantity

    This component specifies the number of purchase orders for a particular strike price. It also indicates the current demand for the strike price.

  • Bid price

    It is the price assigned in the most recent buy order. A price higher than the LTP may indicate a rising Options demand and vice versa.

  • Ask price

    It is the price offered in the most recent sell order.

  • Ask Quantity

    This component specifies the number of open sell orders at a particular strike price. It is an indicator of the Option's supply.

A thorough examination of the Options Chain may give you a wealth of information about an option and assist in making an informed choice about the trading.

FAQs

What is a call option?

A call option gives buyer of the option the right (but not puts the obligation) to buy an asset or security at a pre-determined price at a given date in future. For example, X buys from Y the call option to buy 1 share of Reliance for Rs 100 at the end of 1 month from now. At the end of 1 month, the market price of Reliance is Rs 110. So it is profitable for X to exercise the call option. So he will exercise the call option and buy 1 share of Reliance from Y for Rs 100. On the other hand, suppose the market price of the share of Reliance at the end of 1 month is Rs 90. Now it is not profitable for X to exercise the call option and buy the share of Reliance for Rs 100 from Y. He can buy the share from the market at a cheaper price of Rs 90. So he will not exercise the call option. He will let it go expired.

For buying this call option, X will have to pay a price to the option seller, Y. This price is known as option premium. For example, for buying the call option on the share of Reliance, in the above example, X may pay a premium of Rs 2 to Y.

What is a put option?

A buyer of the put option gets the right (but not the obligation) to sell an asset or security to the seller of the option at a predetermined price at a given date in future. For example, X buys from Y a put option to sell 1 share of Reliance for Rs 100 , 1 month from now. At the end of 1 month, the market price of 1 share of Reliance is Rs 90. So it is profitable for X to exercise the put option and sell the share of Reliance to Y for Rs 100. So X will exercise the put option. He will sell the share of Reliance to Y for Rs 100. On the other hand, suppose at the end of 1 month the market price of Reliance share is Rs. 110. Now it is not profitable for X to exercise the option. He can sell the share of Reliance at a higher price in the market for Rs 110. So X will not exercise the put option. He will let the option expire.

For buying this put option, X will have to pay a price to the option seller, Y. This price is known as option premium. For example, for buying the put option on the share of Reliance, in the above example, X may pay a premium of Rs 2 to Y.

What are European & American Options?

A European option is one that can be exercised only on the day of its exercise. It cannot be exercised on any day before the exercise date. An American option, on the other hand, can be exercised on any day up to the exercise date. So if the exercise date of the option is 31st December, and the option is European, then the option can be exercised only on 31st December. But if the option is American then it can be exercised on any day up to 31st December.

What is a futures contract?

A futures is a contract between two parties to exchange an asset or security on a future date at a predetermined price. A futures is a contract. Therefore, both the parties are obliged to fulfill their obligations under the contract. Suppose X enters into a futures contract with Y for buying 1 share of Reliance for Rs 100 , 1 month from now. At the end of 1 month, X will have to buy 1 share of Reliance from Y for Rs 100. And Y will have to sell 1 share of Reliance to X for Rs 100. It does not matter whether it is profitable for 1 of the parties to do so or not.

What is a forward contract?

A forward contract is same as a futures contract, except for one difference. A futures contract is listed and traded on a stock exchange. A forward contract is entered into privately between two parties. There is no involvement of an exchange in a forward contract.

Credit risk or default risk is there in a forward contract. But it is not there in a futures contract. Credit risk is the risk of one of the parties not fulfilling its contractual obligations. In a futures contract if the other party defaults, the exchange fulfills the contractual obligation of the defaulting party.

What is the meaning of 5% stock rule?

5% stock rule means that more than 5% of one’s portfolio of investments should not be in one asset or security. The rule is meant to avoid concentration of risk and achieve diversification.

Is it riskier to trade in options than in stocks?

Options are complicated to understand. One should trade in options only when one clearly understands them. If you are selling or writing an option, then there are margin requirements. The advantage of options is that you can take exposure to a stock or asset with much lesser investment through options. If you are buying an option then there is no margin requirement. Buying an option does not put any obligation or risk on you. But selling an option puts the obligation on you to deliver in case the buying party decides to exercise the option.

What is a covered option strategy?

A covered option strategy is one where you own the asset on which you are selling the call option. So if you are selling or writing a call option on the stock of Reliance, then you already own the stock of Reliance at the time of selling the option.

What is a naked option strategy?

A naked option strategy is one where you sell call option on an asset without owning that asset. For example, you write or sell a call option on the stock of Reliance without owning the stock.

What is a Strangle strategy in options?

A strangle strategy is one where you have a call option position and put option position in the same asset for the same exercise date but with different strike prices. For example, you have bought a call option on the stock of Reliance with exercise date of December 31st and strike price of Rs 100. You have also bought a put option on the stock of Reliance with exercise date of December 31st and exercise price of Rs 110. This is a strangle. This strategy is used when there is expectation that there may be significant movement in the price of the asset.

What is a straddle strategy in options?

A straddle strategy in options is one where you buy (or sell) a call and put option on the same asset with the same strike prices and exercise dates. You buy a call option on 1 share of Reliance with exercise price of Rs 100 and exercise date of 31st December. You also buy a put option on 1 share of Reliance with exercise price of Rs 100 and exercise date of 31st December. This is an example of a strangle.

What is an in-the-money option?

An in-the-money option is one which is currently profitable for the holder of the option, if exercised. So, an in-the-money option has positive value. An in-the-money call option is one where the market price of the underlying asset is more than the strike price of the option. An in-the-money put option is one where the market price of the asset is less than the strike price of the put option.

What is an out-of-the-money option?

An out-of-the-money option is one, which is currently loss-making for the holder of the option, if exercised. So an out-of-the-money option has negative value. An out-of-the-money call option is where the market price of the underlying asset is less than the strike price of the option. An out-of-the-money put option is where the market price of the asset is more than the strike price of the put option.

What is an at-the-money option?

An at-the-money option is one which has 0 value currently. A call option is at-the-money when the market price of the underlying asset is same as the strike or exercise price of the option. A put option is at-the-money when the market price of the underlying asset is same as the strike price of the option.


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