List of Commodities Articles


Retail Business Loans: The all-you-need to Know Guide

A retail business loan is a financial product designed to provide funding specifically for retail businesses. It enables retailers to secure capital to cover various expenses, such as opening a new store, expanding an existing one, purchasing inventory, marketing campaigns, renovating premises, or investing in new technologies.

What Is Commodity Transaction Tax?

CTT shall be levied on non-agricultural commodities futures contracts at the same rate as on equity futures that is at 0.01% of the price of the trade

How to invest long term in commodities?

You can buy commodities in the spot market as well as the futures market. For example, you can either buy gold in the spot market and take delivery, or you can buy gold in the futures market and decide about the delivery before expiry.

How To Trade And Earn On The NCDEX?

In India, there are two principal commodity exchanges, viz. the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) and the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX). While the MCX is the clear leader in non-agricultural commodities like bullion, crude oil, and industrial metals, NCDEX leads in agricultural commodities trading.

What Is Forward Markets Commission?

The Reserve Bank of India regulates the banking system, while Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) regulates the securities market. The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) regulates the insurance sector.

What Is Different While Trading In MCX And NCDEX Markets?

NCDEX and MCX were formed and became active exchanges for trading in commodities in 2003. In a way, NCDEX and MCX operate like the stock exchanges; the only difference being that they deal in commodities rather than in stocks and equity indices. Both the NCDEX and the MCX were regulated by the Forward Markets commission (FMC) till 2016. In the Union Budget 2016, the government decided to merge the FMC into SEBI and since then the two principal commodity exchanges viz. the NCDEX and the MCX have been regulated by SEBI. Let us first look at some key principles on which both the commodity exchanges operate.

What Is A Bullion Market?

A bullion market is a market where traders trade in precious metals like gold and silver. A bullion market is a place where exchanges of gold and silver take place over the counter and in the futures market. Trading in bullions market is open 24 hours.