New Interest Rate Futures of 6-year and 13-year government bonds to be launched and available for trading on NSE and BSE exchanges from July 31,2015 onwards. Interest Rate Futures (IRFs) is a contract between a buyer and a seller for future delivery of an interest-bearing security such as government bonds
SEBI today in its circular announced the minimum contract size for equity derivatives from Rs.200,000 to Rs 5,00,000 effective from 30th October 2015 (Post October 2015 Expiry). It is also stated in the circular that “The stock exchanges shall jointly ensure that the lot size is same for an underlying traded across exchanges.”
NSE in its recent circular stated that its is planning to test Live trading sessions from Disaster Recovery (DR) Chennai site. It is noted that the data vendors who are not having leaseline/VSAT connectivity with chennai exchange might not able to provide datafeed to its customers on Nov5th and Nov 7th.