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NSE to conduct mock trading session in commodity derivatives segment on Saturday


Press Trust of India New Delhi
Preparing itself to launch commodity derivatives trades, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) will conduct mock trading sessions for such products on Saturday.
Rival stock exchange BSE had held mock trading in January.
"The exchange will conduct mock trading session in the commodity derivatives segment on Saturday, September 1, for members to get familiarised with trading system," NSE said in a circular.
The mock trading session would be conducted from 10 am to 1 pm.
Earlier this month, NSE chief Vikram Limaye had said that the exchange is in the process of entering into commodities from October 1, when it becomes a universal exchange, offering other products, including agri- and non-agri commodities.
On December 28, 2017, markets regulator Sebi had announced that the country would have a unified bourse regime from October 1, wherein stock exchanges would be allowed to offer trading in commodities derivatives.

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First Published: Aug 30 2018 | 1:10 PM IST

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