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KOCHI: Peninsular Capital Market has opened five more branches this month, taking the total numberto 256. All these branches offer equity, derivative and commodity trading, IPO, mutual fund, portfolio management and depository services.

The new branches are Kaipamangalam and Mala in Thrissur district, Kozhenchery in Pathanamthitta, Shanthi Colony and Anna Nagar West in Chennai and Vishweshwaraya Nagar in Belgaum.

A press release issued here said that the company has taken membership in Dubai Gold and Commodity Exchange and started operations on November 22.

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