BSE becomes first exchange to execute deliveries of Made-in-India Gold mini contracts

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The BSE or the Bombay Stock Exchange  has become the country’s first exchange to complete deliveries of Gold mini contracts under BSE-BIS India Good Delivery Standard on its commodity derivatives platform. Even though the BSE had launched India’s first ‘options in goods’ contracts on gold mini and silver kg based on spot prices in June 2020, these contracts […]

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BSE launches electronic spot market platform for agri commodities

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The BSE has launched an electronic spot platform for agricultural commodities.The platform, to be known as BSE e-Agricultural Markets Ltd (BEAM), will function on the national level as an institutionalized, electronic, transparent commodity spot trading platform in line with the prime minister’s vision to create a “single market”, the exchange said in a statement. In […]

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After options trading in gold, silver, BSE launches new contracts in almond

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The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) has launched monthly futures contracts in almonds, which is the world’s only available derivatives contract for trading in almonds. This move came days after BSE had launched options trading in Gold mini and Silver contracts on its platform. After receiving approval from Sebi, NSE launched options on gold mini on June 8, […]

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BSE to deliver India standard gold and silver in F&O segment for the first time; India set to become price-setter of gold

The BSE has introduced a first-of-its-kind India standard gold and silver delivery, under the ‘futures and options’ (F&O) bullion contracts, reports Business Standard. This move could potentially elevate India’s status as a ‘price-setter’ for the metals. All exchanges with F&O trading in bullion are current offering LBMA -approved gold and silver for delivery To facilitate […]

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Gold options launched yesterday on NSE draws weak response; merely Rs. 12 lakh turnover

The gold options contract on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) attracted thin response on its launch day on Monday with a turnover of only Rs 12 lakh. A senior NSE official said to Business Standard that the exchange has approached the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to allow the liquidity enhancement scheme (LES) to attract volumes in the “options” segment. The NSE also […]

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