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Sebi allows options trading in commodity futures

Sebi allows options trading in commodity futures

Sebi on Tuesday allowed options trading in commodities for deepening the market but permitted each exchange to launch these contracts for only one product initially, while asking bourses to follow robust risk management measures.

Sebi lays down risk management norms for commodity bourses

Sebi lays down risk management norms for commodity bourses

To further strengthen risk management framework of commodity derivatives market, regulator Sebi on Thursday asked exchanges to impose higher margins in case of excessive volatility.

SEBI will not launch new products in Commodity: Mandi Live

SEBI will not launch new products in Commodity: Mandi Live

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Third tranche of Gold bond scheme to open on Tuesday

Third tranche of Gold bond scheme to open on Tuesday

The government today said it will launch on Tuesday the third tranche of the gold bond scheme, through which it has raised about Rs 1,050 crore in the earlier rounds

NMDC slashes iron ore rates by over 50%; more revision likely

State-run miner National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) has slashed iron ore prices by over 50 percent due to the week iron ore demand. Analysts see the prices softening further in the near-term

Oil rallies but still near 6-1/2-year lows

European share markets recovered on Tuesday but Chinese stock markets closed down more than 7 percent, with panic selling intensifying after the Shanghai Composite Index crashed through key support at 3,000 points.

Hachette seeks Amazon terms that `value` partners

French publishing giant Hachette said Wednesday it wants to make peace with online retail titan Amazon, but on terms that "value" the role of authors and their publishers.

Gold price races above $1,320; hits 3-month high

Oil and gold prices hit multi-month peaks this week on improved demand prospects in the world's two biggest economies, the United States and China, and owing to a weaker dollar.

Commodity transaction tax will promote 'dabba' trade: Industry

Any transaction tax on commodity derivatives will shift the declining business to either illegal 'dabba' trading or overseas commodity exchanges, warned the industry representatives.

Consumer Affairs Min opposes tax on commodity derivatives

Amid demand from some banks to impose a tax on commodity derivatives in the forthcoming Budget, Food and Consumer Affairs Minister K V Thomas has written to the Finance Minister saying that any such move will distort the nascent market.

Sugar tasted sweeter this year; industry sees decontrol in 2013

Sugar tasted sweeter this year for the Rs 80,000 crore industry which saw bumper production, higher exports and signs of freedom from government control, but consumers had to pay Rs 10 per kg more for the commodity through the year.