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Advisory in Commodities Trading
Commodities trading in India, dates back to nineteenth century, When Cotton Trade Association started futures trading in 1875, after a decade of start in Chicago. Following the path of cotton trade association, derivatives market in India, started to gained momentum, gave a way to derivative trading of oilseed in Bombay (1900), Bullion in Bombay (1920), raw jute and jute goods in Calcutta (1912), Wheat in Hapur (1913).
With gaining momentum of derivatives, individuals started to fear of unnecessary speculation and were detrimental to the healthy functioning of the market for the underlying commodities. Such speculation applied a brake to commodity option trading and cash settlement of commodities future trading in 1952, post independence.
Keeping situation and need of market in mind, parliament passed the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1952, to regulate commodities contract all over India. This act was a crushing blow to the market. This act only allowed associations and exchanges recognised from the government, to organize forward contract in regulated commodities. Despite being organized and regulated, commodities market remained dormant for nearly 4 decades, until post liberalisation and globalisation, when government of India (GOI) in 1993, set up a committee, to examine a role of futures trading. This committee made certain amendments to Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act 1952.
Now a days, internationally, commodities market are in upswing, and coming years are going to be years of commodities.
Size of commodities market internationally, in developed economies is 5 times more than the equity market. Their derivative on weather also trade in exchanges.
Commodities Exchange in India , namely, NCDEX (National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited), MCX Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited, National Multi-Commodity Exchange (NMCE) and Indian Commodity Exchange (ICEX), the ACE Derivatives exchange ( ACE ) and there are regional commodities exchange are situated in different part of India.
Regulating the market is FMC (forward market commission), which was merged with SEBI in the year 2015.
Introduction to commodity exchanges:
MCX: MCX is one of the first listed exchanges, which started its operation in 2003, with state of art infrastructure that facilitates online trading, clearing and settlement of commodity derivative transactions, thus facilitating risk management. It offers trading in various segments such as bullions, base metal, energy and agricultural. It has wide reach across India, with 671 registered members and 51,148 Authorised Persons with its presence in more than 1200 cities and towns across India as on 30 June, 2017.
NCDEX: NCDEX is a professionally managed online exchange, with its shareholders comprising of large national level institutions, large public sectors bank and companies. Promoters are Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) and National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE).NCDEX came into existence in the year April 23, 2003 under the Companies Act, 1956. It obtained its Certificate for Commencement of Business on May 9, 2003. It commenced its operations on December 15, 2003. the Exchange offered trading in agricultural commodity contracts
NMCE: NMCE established on November 26, 2002, as the first online demutualized commodity exchange by a group of Indian commodity-based corporations and public agencies, and listed its first contracts on 24 commodities in November 2002.As on July 2016, NMCE listed future contracts on 13 different commodities. Range of commodities included from oil and oil seeds to rubber, sacking, raw jute, coffee, Isabgul seed, chana, pepper and cardamom.
ICEX: Indian Commodity Exchange Limited is a recognized stock exchange under SCRA 1956, in terms of Section 131(B) of Finance Act, 2015 pursuant Government notification dated August 28, 2015, is a public private partnership with Reliance Exchangenext Ltd.(Reliance Capital), MMTC Ltd., Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd., Indian Potash Ltd., KRIBHCO and IDFC Bank as major shareholders.
ACE commodity Exchange: Earlier known as Ahmadabad Commodity Exchange, has been in existence for more than 5 decades. With lowest latency platform ACE sets the industry benchmark for quicker trade synchronization and price information broadcast. It provides a platform for trading in bullions, industrial metals as well as in agri product
Commodities available in the market to trade in INDIA
Precious Metals: Gold and Silver
Industrial Metals: Copper, Lead, Zinc, Nickel and Aluminium
Energy: Crude oil, Natural Gas
Spices: Turmeric, Jeera, Dhaniya, Pepper etc
Pulses: Chana etc
Soft commodities: Cotton etc
Grains: Wheat, barley etc
Oil seeds: Castor, soybean, RM seed, Ref oil etc
Perks of investing in Commodities
Safe haven appeal during crisis: commodities like silver, gold, platinum provides a good hedge during economic and political uncertainties in the world.
Diversification: It helps in diversifying an investment and thus reducing risk in the portfolio.
Transparency: Trading in commodities lead to fair price, which is controlled by huge number of participants taking part in the market. Due to large participation, a single individual can’t influence the market.
Inflation: Commodities provides a hedge against inflation. During the inflation period, prices of commodities go up, so when an individual has a commodity in his portfolio, it will provide a great hedge against inflation.
Exchanges with their timings
MCX: Monday to Friday: 10:00 A.M. to 11:30 P.M. (Up to 11:55 P.M. on account of day light savings typically between every November and March of the following year) Agri-commodities are available for futures trading up to 5:00 p.m. whereas other commodities such as Bullions, Metals and Energy products are available up to 11:30 pm / 11.55 PM and International reference able Agri-commodities are available up to 09:00 pm / 09.30 PM as notified by SEBI
NCDEX: 10AM -5PM
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