Commodities are a crucial group of assets. They are used by people every day such as food, metals, energy etc. They are naturally produced and are affected by environmental factors on earth. Commodities are every kind of movable property other than actionable claims, money and securities.
Commodity trading is a way for investors to buy and sell commodities related to metals, agriculture, energy and livestock. In India, commodities exchanges such as National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX), Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX) permit and monitor trade in commodities such as gold, silver, pulses, sugar, copper, aluminium etc.
|CHARGES||COMMODITY FUTURES||COMMODITY OPTIONS|
|Brokerage||₹20 Per Executed Order.||₹20 Per Executed Order.|
|CTT||0.01% Only On Sell Side Non-Agri||0.05% Only On Sell Side|
0.00210% On Turnover For A Category (Near & Next Month To)
0.0013% On Turnover For A Category (Far Month TO)
0.00175% On Turnover For B Category
0.006% On Turnover For A Category
0.002% On Turnover For B Category
0.0001% On Turnover For C Category
Special Charges For Followers Scrip:
0.0005% On Turnover For CASTORSEED
0.0005% On Turnover For KAPAS
0.00005% On Turnover For PEPPER
0.001% On Turnover For RBDPMOLEIN
|Risk Management Fee||Agri:
0.005% of on Fresh Overnight Open Interest Position
|GST||18% (On Brokerage, Transaction Charges, Risk Management Fee, SEBI Charges)||18% (On Brokerage, SEBI Charges)|
|Stamp Duty Charges||0.002% On Turnover Value (Buyer)||0.003% On Turnover value (Buyer)|
These charges are levied by the government on the value of your transactions on the exchanges.
An additional charge of Rs 50 will be levied, if: