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Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a format designed for sharing web content such as headlines.


RSS feeds highlight fresh material for you, so you don't have to repeatedly check a site yourself for updates. 
Get NSE updates delivered directly to your desktop by subscribing to our RSS feeds.
To view one of the feeds in your RSS Reader or Browser:

  • Click on the RSS feed icon icon below OR Hover on RSS add icon icon and click on any online aggregator of your choice.

RSS Feed from NSE

Corporate Information
Online Announcements RSS feed RSS add icon
Board Meetings RSS feed RSS add icon
Financial Results RSS feed RSS add icon
Corporate Actions RSS feed RSS add icon
NSE Circulars
Circulars RSS feed RSS add icon
 Intermediate and End-of-Day Reports
All Sections Reports RSS feed RSS add icon
Equity RSS feed RSS add icon
Equity Derivatives RSS feed RSS add icon
Currency Derivatives RSS feed RSS add icon
Interest Rate Derivatives RSS feed RSS add icon
Security Lending and Borrowing Scheme RSS feed RSS add icon

How to access news-feeds on NSE Website.

What is RSS?

RSS is the name given to a simple and well-established XML format used to syndicate headlines. RSS subscriptions enable users to automatically receive content that frequently changes. Specific information that you want to receive via RSS is called a newsfeed. When you subscribe to a newsfeed, you receive a summary of any new updates or changes.

How do I subscribe to RSS?

Feeds can be viewed either online or by downloading feed reading software. Feed readers are freely available. Some are applications that you need to download and install. Others are web-based and work inside your browser.

The latest versions of popular web browsers also support feeds directly. In these browsers you can simply click on the feed link or subscribe to it. Feed readers allow you to subscribe to and view many feeds. By automatically retrieving updates, they can help you stay current with new information soon after they are published.

  1. Select a feed reader.
    A newsfeed reader (or "aggregator") pulls all of your RSS newsfeeds into one place. Google Reader and My Yahoo are examples of easy-to-use newsfeed reader services that are accessible in any Web browser. (Whether you choose Yahoo, Google, or a different service, you may need to set up an account. Usually it's free.) Other newsfeed readers include those built into newer versions of Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes email software.
  2. Find a feed to subscribe to.
    When you go to a Web site, look for the rss_icon icon that represents RSS newsfeeds. On many blogs and Web sites, all you have to do is click the icon and copy the resulting URL into your feed reader and you're done. Virtually every major site has RSS newsfeeds, so you should easily recognize them.
    To subscribe to NSE newsfeeds, click the icon of your choice to the right of the newsfeed that you wish to receive.
  3. Set up subscriptions in your feed reader.
    To subscribe manually, click the rss_icon RSS icon. This opens the newsfeed in a new browser window. In your newsfeed reader, click on Add subscription. Paste the URL for the newsfeed into the box. To subscribe automatically using a service provider, click the icon that links to the service provider of your choice. The service provider may require you to sign up for an account if you don't already have one.

When is the RSS updated?

Customers have immediate access to the latest information that is posted to, without having to visit the website. Once subscribed via RSS, simply check your newsfeed reader to view a real-time listing of the most up-to-date Corporate Information, Press Releases, Circulars and Reports. Depending on the feed reader that you use, a manual refresh of the service may be needed (look for a "refresh" button). Users are reminded that, while using online services, subscribers may experience delays, from service providers which cannot be controlled or attributed to NSE.

Updated on: 03/12/2021
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