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Commodities are a separate asset class that are a great option to invest in, after stocks and bonds. They are linked to the prices of raw materials of commodities and raw materials required to generate goods or provide services, like oil and gold. We, at Systematix, have a long history with the commodities market, and our expertise can help you manage risk in your portfolio, or even earn handsome returns on investment via Commodity Arbitrage Structured Products on the National Spot Exchange Platform.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Products used for commerce that are traded on a separate, authorized commodities exchange. Commodities include agricultural products and natural resources such as timber, oil and metals. Commodities are the basis for futures contracts traded on these exchanges. It is classified as follows:

Agricultural Commodity (Agro)

An Agricultural Commodity includes food grains, oilseeds complex, sugar, plantation crops, horticulture crops etc.

Non-Agricultural Commodity

Non-Agro commodity includes base metals, precious metals etc.

Just as SEBI regulates the stock market, Forward Markets Commission (FMC) regulates commodity market.

You can trade in below two Exchanges through IIFL. They are:

Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd., Mumbai (MCX). www.mcxindia.com

National Commodity and Derivative Exchange, Mumbai (NCDEX). www.ncdex.com

Monday to Friday Trading on exchange platform takes place on all days of the week (except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange) Market timings are as follows:

Agri COmmodities - 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Bullion, Metals, Crude Oil and Internationally linked Agri Commodities - 10:00 AM to 11:30 PM

Yes. But it depends on the intention of buyer & seller and varies on the type of contracts. The buyer and the seller have to express their intention for delivery. Deliveries would be matched randomly at client level open positions. Contracts not assigned for delivery would be settled in cash as per the Final Settlement Price (FSP).

Daily MTM will be cash-settled by exchange on T+1 basis i.e., next working day after the trading day.

However in case of delivery, the settlement date may be five to seven days after the expiry as per contract specifications and Exchange rules.

It is mandatory to open an account in COMTRACK ® with any of the listed COMTRACK® Participant for receiving and tendering commodities trading through NCDEX system since the pay-out would be received in the designated COMTRACK® account only.

Commodity Futures are contracts to buy/sell specific quantity of a particular commodity at a future date. It is similar to the Index futures and Stock futures but the underlying happens to be commodities instead of Stocks and indices.

A future trading is trading of futures contract. The buyer of futures contract has a right to purchase the commodity of same quality, quantity in specified time from the seller of the contract.


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