Trading in currency derivatives or Forex trade as it is better known is a very lucrative
investment option in India. Nirmal Bang provide our services as the retail Forex
brokers to our esteemed clients on a personalized level. Our extensive research
based speculations help the clients to choose the right currency to trade with and
help them secure maximum benefit from the investment. Our online brokerage services
are committed to provide better and faster execution of this difficult trade on
behalf of the investors in the simplest manner.
As an authorized broker for NSEC, BSEC & MCXC we take a personalized approach to
guide the investors in currency trade to ensure the maximum investment profits with
the least risk. Guiding the investor from the upward/downfall in the currency market
keeping in mind his personal interest is guaranteed through the recommendations
made by our competent research team. Our team of technical analysts ensures continuous
hedging of the investment risk in the trade involving currency futures. Our membership
at NSEC, BSEC and MCXC helps our clients in dealing currencies to derive immense
benefits by hedging their requirements. Thus, we are devoted in providing holistic
solutions to meet specific needs of clients in managing all aspects of currency
1. What are Currency Futures ?
Currency Futures traded on NSE-CDX - are standard contracts of a specified quantity
- to exchange one currency for another - at a specified date in the future called
settlement date - at a price that is fixed on the purchase date called futures price.
2. Why Trade in Currency Futures ?
Currency Futures allows investors to take a view on the movement of the Indian Rupee
(INR) against other currencies.
3. What is the other Currency Derivatives Traded on NSE –CDX ?
Currently, only Currency Futures are allowed to be traded by SEBI.
4. What do we meant by Currency Futures ?
A currency forward contract is traded in the over-the-counter market usually between
two financial institutions or between a financial institution and its client.
5. How does the Indian Forex market work ?
The Foreign Exchange Management Act is the law which regulates the Forex market.
The regulatory authority for the Indian Forex market is the Reserve Bank of India
(RBI). However, the Exchange Traded Currency Futures market is regulated by SEBI
through the recognized stock exchanges.
6. What volatility have we observed in the Indian Forex market?
The period beginning 1993, when the Indian Rupee moved away from an administered
exchange rate, was a period of low currency volatility. This was followed by a period
of high volatility during the Asian crisis after which the period again witnessed
low volatility, followed yet again by a high volatility period.
7. What is Counter-party or Credit Risk?
The ICCL (the Clearing Corporation of Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd.) gives an unconditional
guarantee for the net settlement obligations of all clearing members in the currency
derivative segment. As such, in case of default of a clearing member, ICCL becomes
counter-party for his net settlement obligations and thus other market participants
8. Who can trade in the Currency Futures Market?
Except FIIs and NRIs, every individual/corporate/institution/bank etc. is allowed
to trade in the Currency Futures market.
9. Which currencies are allowed to trade on NSE-CDX?
To begin with, only US Dollar ($) futures is being traded against the Indian Rupee
(INR). The contract for say the month of April will be called USDAPR2010.
10. How many contracts are available for trading in NSE-CDX?
There are 12 near calendar months contract available for trading along with spread
contracts for every combination.
11. How can I sell a Futures Contract before I own it?
You do not need to own the underlying currency when you enter into a futures contract.
The contract simply represents a commitment to either sell or buy the asset on the
set expiry date.