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RBI Gives Leeway to Foreign Portfolio Investors in a Bid to Bolster Onshore FX Trading

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Indian central bank opens doors for foreign firms hedging in FX derivatives to manage currency risk. Foreign Portfolio Investors were given a $10 million position limit in currency derivatives by the Reserve Bank of India.
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FX Volumes at Bombay Stock Exchange Surpass $1 Billion Since Launch

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India’s fourth currency derivatives trading venue has reported strong metrics since inception. Mumbai based Bombay Stock Exchange has seen trading activity spike with volumes passing INR10,000 crore or $1.6 billion.
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Indian Commodity Exchange NSEL Suspends Trading after Government Investigation

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India’s largest spot exchange, the National Spot Exchange, halts trading after the exchange comes under government investigation for short selling, as a result shares in Financial Technologies slump 64%.
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Mauritian Based GBOT Exchange to Launch CFDs

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Global Board of Trade, an international multi‐asset bourse from Mauritius has successfully launched Contracts for Difference (CFDs). The launch of CFDs on GBOT makes it the 1st exchange in Africa and 2nd in the world to introduce CFDs. GBOT CFDs …
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MCX-SX Day 1 – $127,000 Value of Trades.. & Counting

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India’s newest stock exchange got off to a modest start as it battles against giants NSE & BSE. The stock exchange which undertook a tough time getting approval started live trading today and got off to a reasonable start, a …
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3’s A Crowd! India Welcomes its Third Stock Exchange

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If the launch of new trading venues in one of the largest global recessions of all time isn’t a sign from above then investors will be biting their nails with what’s yet to come. India is pleased to welcome its …
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MCX gets extention in currency futures from SEBI

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The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) late on Wednesday approved the application for renewal of registration for currency futures trading of MCX Stock Exchange (MCX-SX). The approval comes a day after Sebi issued a showcause notice to the exchange asking the bourse to explain why its application for renewal of registration for currency futures trading should not be rejected.
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