Tuesday, 29 November 2011

BSE may buy 5% of NCDEX of NSE for Rs 35.5 Cr.

According to reports National Stock Exchange(NSE) which is also known as countries biggest stock exchange is planning to sell 5 percentage of NCDEX to Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE).

As per the report, BSE is going to pay Rs 35.5 cr for 5% venture, valuing the exchange of 710 crore.

NSE has done this to follow the rules as per decided by government norm about holding maximum limit of stock exchanges holding in the over five-year-old commodity exchange at 5%.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Turmeric & Sugar Market Weakens.


Turmeric futures drops Saturday on slow on demand greater arrival pressure from the turmeric producing regions from India. At NCDEX as per according to December contract of turmeric at 11:10 AM merchandise at Rs. 7084/quintal, which is lower by 0.97 percent in comparison of its previous close.  According to Spices Board of India, export of turmeric has been raised by 46% during April - Sep 2011.
                                                Whereas in Sugar futures settled lower on Friday as merchants unlading their positions due to lower demand in the physical markets. Crushing of cranes in the areas like Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra has gained impelling force in prices. At NCDEX Sugar December contract at Rs. 2964/quintal which is lower by 1.16 percent in comparison of its previous close. Late evening on Nov 22, 2011 Government allowed exports of a million tons of sugar under Open General License and removed stock limit on sugar.

Thursday, 24 November 2011

Points to Consider before Dealing with Commodity Market.

What is Commodity Markets? Commodity Market is the market where primary and raw products are exchanged. These raw commodities are traded on controlled commodities exchange. The modern commodity market came from trading of agricultural products.

In this post we are pointing out some of the well-known important questionnaire or points which will assist you a lot during dealing in commodity futures.

1.) Why one should take part in commodity market & Does it make any effect if not participated?

2.) How much one should bear risk and hold his/her position in market?

3.) One should read the commodity contract fully and understood its implementation of different parameters on his/her position before participation in commodity market.

4.) Read and understand the contract, after that you would able to find out your contract is how much flexible.

5.) If you want to exit at early stage by some reason, then what was your exit cost?

6.) How much you have reliable information providing source regarding the commodity market you wish to participate.

7.) Study historical and seasonal price movement of the product, you wish to participate in present or future.

8.) Does product on exchange serve will fulfill your requirements for which you are trading?

For more information regarding this just go through www.ncdex.com/Knowledge/DOs_DONTs.aspx

Monday, 21 November 2011

NCDEX sees 63% rise in second quarter of trading volume.

National Commodity and Derivative Exchange (NCDEX) had recently posted a 63 percent of gradual increase in trading sections of the current financial year in comparison of previous or corresponding years.

Mr R. Ramaseshan, Managing Director and CEO, NCDEX, said that the exchange has fetched Rs. 4.98 crore approx in the second quarter of the current financial as against Rs. 3.06 lakh crore approx. in the corresponding period of the previous financial year.

Mr R. Ramaseshan told reporters that the exchange had registered a 16 to17 percent growth in its daily turnover of value of commodities traded in the current financial year. The daily turnover had even crossed Rs. 10,000 crores on particular time frames in current financial year. NCDEX has recorded more than 80 percent of the trading is from agriculture sector. The exchange is providing information to the farmers so that they should actively participate in trading.

NCDEX manage agri trade with the help of parties who has more than  600 warehouses approx in the country. NCDEX set some norms for these private parties to operate. NCDEX is focusing more on raising the trading volumes of existing commodities rather than introducing the new one.
NCDEX conducts several awareness programs across the country to bring out the market opportunities in the commodity space for farmers and market participants.

Saturday, 19 November 2011

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Friday, 18 November 2011

About NCDEX


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