What Is a Premium Price

What Is a Premium PriceSecurities are usually released in denominations of Rs 10, 20 or 50. This is called as the Par Value or Face Value as mentioned previously. When a security(share) is sold higher than its face value, it is said to be released at a Premium
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When a security sell in 100 than its face value is 10 it is said to be released at a Premium Rs 90

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