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Commodity trading in India on the rise as investors return

Posted on 20 August 2014

A year after a US$920 million payment default at a spot commodities bourse cut trading from gold to soya beans futures, jolting India’s biggest brokerages, investors are returning as newer regulations buoy confidence.
The volume of commodities traded on the Multi Commodity Exchange Ltd, India’s biggest commodity bourse, has rebounded from a five-year low after the regulator tightened warehousing and shareholding norms in response to the payment crisis that unravelled at the National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL). Volumes on the National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange of India Ltd, the second largest bourse, have recovered from a 10-year low………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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