After long failing to act on foreign investor complaints, Indian policy makers find themselves in an ironic bind: As global interest in Indian derivatives surges, it is Singapore, not Mumbai,
Market regulator Sebi is looking into possible irregularities in the equity derivatives market, as it fears that common investors are being lured into huge volumes created through trade among connected
FIIs get into derivatives to guard weak portfolio
WITH developments in global markets ensuring high volatility in the Indian market, it would be worthwhile for traders and investors to hold some put options in their portfolios. This
Equities are expected to stay volatile because of turbulent global markets and the expiry of derivative contracts for September this week, say experts.
Besides, the depreciating rupee has added to
As put option buyers smile after being in pain for months together, prices of put options have started seeing some build-up in time value over the past couple of sessions.
Trading in equity derivatives is getting popular in India as can be seen from the record turnover clocked in recent months. But they have some inherent risks, as some
Capital market regulator, Sebi, today said that it has decided to allow physical delivery in the derivatives segment but no timeline has been fixed for this.
"The Sebi Board
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