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Trading hours for trade date October 16, 2023 is revised as under :
From October 17, 2023, the trade timings will be restored to normal as below:
The current additional Margin of 10% levied on Crude Oil and Natural Gas Future contracts (all variants) shall be modified to 7% with effect from Friday, August 25, 2023
In view of periodic review of adequacy of risk management measures and to mitigate systemic risk, MCX has decided to levy an Additional Margin of 10% each in Crude Oil and Natural Gas Futures contracts (all variants) with effect from Friday, June 16, 2023 (Begin of Day).
The Exchange is pleased to announce the launch of Natural Gas Mini Futures contracts with effect from Tuesday March 14, 2023
The Exchange is pleased to announce the launch of Crude Oil Mini (10 barrels) Futures contracts with effect from Friday March 3, 2023.
Crude Oil Mini (10 barrels) Futures contracts will be available for trading as below:
The Exchange is pleased to announce the launch of Aluminium Mini Futures contracts with effect from Monday, February 20, 2023.
The Exchange is pleased to announce the launch of Lead Mini Futures contracts with effect from Wednesday, February 22, 2023
The Delivery and Settlement procedure shall be applicable to all Aluminium Mini, Lead mini & Zinc Mini Delivery contracts expiring from March 2023 and onward contracts
The Exchange is pleased to announce the launch of Zinc Mini Futures contracts with effect from Friday February 17, 2023.
On account of “ Gurunanak Jayanthi “ – there is no Commodity Day trading session on Tuesday, 8th November, 2022
Evening session ( 5.00 PM to 11.55 PM ) of MCX will be open for trading
Modification in Daily Price Limits (DPL) for Commodity Futures Contracts
MCX and NCDEX have informed there will be a Modification in Daily Price Limits (DPL) for Commodity Futures Contracts.
Currently commodities price movement in the international markets is more than the aggregate DPL when compared with closing price on previous day on domestic exchange, the same maybe further relaxed in stages of 3% by the Exchange with cooling off period of 15 minutes. For such instances, the Stock Exchanges shall give appropriate notice to the market along with all the relevant details and justification for the same.
Now SEBI has allowed, Only in the event of exceptional circumstances, where there is extreme price movement, beyond the initial slab of the DPL, in the international markets, during trading hours or after the closure of trading on domestic exchanges, the stock exchanges can relax the DPL directly by the required level, by giving appropriate notice to the market.
The provision of the said SEBI circular shall be effective immediately.