BSE brings negative price feature for commodity derivatives segment after recent development in crude oil futures
BSE will make available the negative price level feature at its trading system for commodity derivatives segment, the leading exchange said on Tuesday
The move comes after the regulator Tuesday permitted mutual funds to participate in the same segment
SEBI asks bourses to make additional disclosures on commodity derivatives segment; daily notification from April 2020
According to SEBI, the exchanges need to make disclosures about open interest and turnover for various categories of participants at commodity as well as market level in a prescribed format.
Sebi's relaxation in norms follows tepid market response to the existing platform and demands from various stakeholders to make the rules easier and the platform more accessible in the wake of expanding activities in the Indian startup space.
SEBI could allow foreign entities to trade in commodity derivatives, hopes to make market more broadbased
With an aim to deepen the commodity derivatives market, regulator SEBI on Friday proposed allowing trading in this segment by foreign entities