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An analysis of Indian Financial Derivatives Market and its Position in Global Financial Derivatives Market
Dr. Shree Bhagwat, Asst. Professor, Faculty of Management Studies, Dr. H.S. Gour Central University, Sagar (M.P.) India. Ritesh Omre, Student, Department of Business Management, BTIRT, Affiliated with Dr. H.S. Gour Central University, Sagar (M.P.) India. Deepak Chand, Student, Department of Business Management, BTIRT, Affiliated with Dr. H.S. Gour Central University, Sagar (M.P.) India.
The past decade has witnessed the multiple growth in the volume of international trade and business due to the wave of globalization and liberalization all over the world. As a result, the demand for the international money and financial instruments increased significantly at the global level. In this respect, change in exchange rates, interest rates and stock prices of different financial markets have increased the financial risk to the corporate world. Adverse changes have even threatened the very survival of business world. it is, therefore, to manage such risk, the new financial instruments have been developed in the financial markets, which are also popularly known as financial derivatives,. The basic purpose of these instruments is to provide commitments to prices for future dates for giving protection against adverse movements in future prices, in order to reduce the extent of financial risks. Today, the financial derivatives have become increasingly popular and most commonly used in the world of finance. This has grown with so phenomenal speed all over the world that now it is called as the derivatives revolution. In India, the emergence and growth of derivatives market is relatively a recent phenomenon. Since its inception in June 2000, derivatives market has exhibited exponential growth both in terms of volume and number of contract traded. The market turnover has grown from Rs.2365 Cr. in 2000-2001 to Rs.16807782.22 Cr. in 2012-13. Within a short span of twelve years, derivatives trading in India has surpassed cash segment in terms of turnover and number of traded contracts. The passed study encompasses in its scope, history, concept, definition, types, features, regulation, market, trend, growth, Future prospects and challenges of derivatives in India and status of Indian derivatives market vis-à-vis global derivative market. Keywords: Derivatives, Forward, Futures, Options, Swaps, Risk management, Exchange rate, National stock exchange, Bombay stock exchange, Notional value underlying asset.
It is widely believed in financial world that the most significant milestone in financial innovation is achieved with the issuance and trading of derivatives. Along with this positive element, the proponents of derivatives also admit that this term arouses more controversies and most people look at them with suspicion and few would believe that they do contribute to the society’s welfare. But the matter of fact is that derivatives are a standard risk management tool that enables risk-sharing and facilitates the efficient allocation of capital to productive investment activities. In this study, we will try and examine the veracity of a few misconceptions that surround derivatives along with their economic benefits. The present study attempts to discuss the genesis of derivatives trading by tracing its historical development, types, regulation and policy developments, trend & growth, future prospects and challenges of derivative market in India. The study is organized into five sections. Section - I deals with the concept, features, definition, types and classification of derivatives. Section - II has been devoted to a discussion of evolution and growth of derivatives market, and regulation and policy development. Section - III discusses the statistical information (data). Section - IV discusses the status of Indian derivative market vis-a-vis global derivative market. The last Section - V specifies summary and concluding remarks.
Section-I 1-Concept of Financial Derivatives
At present the Indian stock markets are not having any risk hedged instruments that would allow the investors to manage and minimize the risk. In industrialized countries apart from money market and capital market securities, a variety of other securities known as ‘derivatives’ have now become available for investment and trading. The derivatives originate in mathematics and refer to a variable which has been derived from another variable. A derivative is a financial product which has been derived
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borjournals. They can increase both the potential gains and potential losses by usage of derivatives in a speculative venture. loan whether secured or unsecured. Accounting standard SFAS133 defines a derivative as “a derivative instrument is a financial derivative or other contract will all three of the following characteristics: (i) It has (1) one or more underlying. Since financial derivatives can be created by means of a mutual agreement. the types of derivative products are limited only by imagination and so there is no definitive list of derivative products.Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319-5614 Volume 1. financial derivatives are financial instruments whose prices are derived from the prices of other financial instruments. (iii) Foreign exchange rates or currencies. Derivative is derived from another financial instrument/ contract called the underlying. The underlying instruments may be an equity share. It can be readily settled net by a means outside the contract or it provides for delivery of an asset that puts the recipients in a position not substantially different from net settlement.1
Definition of financial derivatives
A derivative is a financial product which has been derived from another financial product or commodity. securities issued by governments. They try to earn riskless profit from discrepancies between futures and spot prices and among different futures prices.” (b) “a contract which derived its value from the price. (ii) It requires no initial net investment or an initial net investment that is smaller than would be required for other types of contract that would be expected to have a similar response to changes in market factors. Arbitrageurs: Arbitrageurs are traders who simultaneously buy and sell the same (or different.As per this “Derivative” includes (a) “a security derived from a debt instrument. (ii) Precious metals like gold & silver. 3. In other way the underlying asset may assume many forms: (i) Commodities including grain. Hence. Speculators: Speculators are traders who buy/sell the assets only to sell/buy them back profitably at a later point in time. (iv) Bonds of different types.G. The derivatives do not have independent existence without underlying product and market. bond.
1. Derivatives are also known as deferred delivery or deferred payment instruments. Some of the uses and applications of financial derivatives can be enumerated as following:
www. currency. share. or index of prices at underlying securities. foreign currency or even another derivative asset. Those terms determine the amount of the settlement or settlements. including medium to long term negotiable debt.4
Uses of financial derivatives
Derivatives are supposed to provide some services and these services are used by investors.
1.2 Underlying asset in a derivatives contract
As defined above. Majority of the participants in derivatives market belongs to this category. (vi) Short term securities such as T-bills. November 2012 _________________________________________________________________________________
from another financial product or commodity. (iii) Its terms require or permit net settlement. companies etc. its value is entirely derived from the value of the underlying asset. (v) Shares and share warrants of companies traded on recognized stock exchanges and stock index. D.” The above definition conveys that the derivatives are financial products. stock. (vii) Over the counter (OTC) money market products such as loans or deposits. livestock or anything else.
1. They use derivatives to bet on the future direction of the price of an asset and take a position in order to make a quick profit.” The securities contracts (Regulation) Act 1956 defines “derivative” as under section 2(ac). treasury bill. and (2) one or more notional amount or payments provisions or both. but related) assets in an effort to profit from unrealistic price differentials. bullion.com
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. The underlying asset can be securities. Hedgers: Hedgers are traders who use derivatives to reduce the risk that they face from potential movements in a market variable and they want to avoid exposure to adverse movements in the price of an asset. 2. As such the financial derivatives are financial instrument whose prices or values are derived from the prices of other underlying financial instruments or financial assets. They attempts to make profits by locking in a riskless trading by simultaneously entering into transaction in two or more markets. commodities. A derivative derives its value from underlying assets. derivatives refer to securities or to contracts that derive from another whose value depends on another contract or assets. coffee beans. They want to assume risk. debenture. risk instrument or contract for differences or any other form of security. No. From the aforementioned. Derivatives are contracts which are written between two parties for a easily marketable assets.
There are three major players in the financial derivatives trading: 1.3 The major players of Derivatives Market. Gardener defined the derivatives as “A derivative is a financial product which has been derived from market for another product. orange juice.2.
Encourage competition : The derivatives trading encourage the competitive trading in the market. Develop the complete markets : It is observed that derivative trading develop the market towards “complete markets” complete market concept refers to that situation where no particular investors be better of than others. shift and manage efficiently different types of risk through various strategies like hedging. Individual and institutions may also look for arbitrage opportunities. Thus. integrate price structure at different points of time and remove gluts and shortage in the markets. highly flexible interest rates. 10. avoid. spreading etc. traders and managers of large pools of funds to device such strategies so that they may make proper asset allocation increase their yields and achieve other investment goals. 12.2. 4. Management of risk : One of the most important services provided by the derivatives is to control. Gearing of value : Special care and attention about financial derivatives provide leverage (or gearing). They also attract young investors. some individuals and institutions will enter into a derivative contract to speculate on the value of the underlying asset. as when the current buying price of an asset falls below the price specified in a futures contract to sell the asset.com
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. Speculation and arbitrage : Derivatives can be used to acquire risk. arbitrageurs etc. Price stabilization function : Derivative market helps to keep a stabilizing influences on spot prices by reducing the short term fluctuations. Liquidity and reduce transaction cost : As we see that in derivatives trading no immediate full amount of the transaction is required since most of them are based on margin trading. Measurement of Market: Derivatives serve as the barometers of the future trends in price which result in the discovery of new prices both on the spot and future markets. 2. this allows them the benefit of holding the asset. arbitraging. traders find financial derivatives to be a more attractive instrument than the underlying security. professionals and other experts who will act as catalysts to the growth of financial market. Derivative markets provide a mechanism by which diverse and scattered opinions of future are collected into one readily discernible number which provides a consensus of knowledgeable thinking. arbitrageurs operates in such markets. As a result.5
Types and classification of derivatives
There are many ways in which the derivatives can be categorized based on the markets where they trade. betting that the party seeking insurance will be wrong about the future value of the underlying asset. derivatives trading enhance liquidity and reduce transaction cost in the markets of underlying assets. 5. No. they assets in appropriate and superior allocation of resources in the society. hedgers. This is mainly because of the greater amount of liquidity in the market offered by derivatives as well as the lower transaction costs associated with trading a financial derivative as compared to the costs of trading the underlying instruments in cash market. In other words. In many instances. 11. As a result. by entering into a derivative contract whose value moves in the opposite direction to their underlying position and cancels part or all of it out. Hedging : Hedge or mitigate risk in the underlying. speculators. 8.
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1. Efficiency in trading: Financial derivatives allow for free trading of risk components and that leads to improving market efficiency.Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319-5614 Volume 1. They have access to the asset for a specified amount of time. 7.borjournals. Derivative assist the holders to shift or modify suitable the risk characteristics of the portfolios. traders. These are specifically useful in highly volatile financial conditions like erratic trading. different risk taking preference at market operators like speculators. or there is no further scope of additional security. or to sell an asset in the future at a high price according to derivative contract when the future market price is low. 9. or patterns of returns of all additional securities are spanned by the already existing securities in it. Other uses : The other uses of derivatives are observed from the derivatives trading in the market that the derivatives have smoothen out price fluctuations. Price discovery : The important application of financial derivatives is the price discovery which means revealing information about future cash market prices through the future market. volatile exchange rates and monetary chaos. rather than to hedge against risk. squeeze the price spread. Hedging also occurs when an individual or institution buys an asset and sells it using a future contract. some ways of classification are following: (1) On the basis of linear and non-linear : On the basis of this classification the financial derivatives can be classified into two big class namely linear and non-linear derivatives:
www. 6. Traders can use a position in one or more financial derivatives as a substitute for a position in underlying instruments. derivatives reduces both peak and depths and lends to price stabilization effect in the cash market for underlying asset. such that a small movement in the underlying value can cause a large difference in the value of the derivative. So. They help in disseminating different information regarding the future markets trading of various commodities and securities to the society which enable to discover or form suitable or correct or true equilibrium price in the markets. The derivatives also assist the investors. and can then sell it in the future at a specified price according to the futures contract of course. 3. based on the underlying asset and based on the product feather etc. Speculators look to buy an asset in the future at a low price according to a derivative contract when the future market price is high. resulting in increase in trading volume in the country. large number of traders.
Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319-5614 Volume 1. currency fixed-income. interest. the derivatives can be classified into three categories namely. plain.com
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. (a) Over-the-counter (OTC) traded derivative : These derivative contracts are traded (and privately negotiated) directly between two parties. joint or hybrid. Simple or straight forward. November 2012 _________________________________________________________________________________
(a) Linear derivatives: Those derivatives whose values depend linearly on the underlying’s value are called linear derivatives. They are following: (i) Swaps (ii) Forward rate agreements (iii) Exotic options (iv) Other exotic derivative (b) Exchange traded derivative: Those derivatives instrument that are traded via specialized derivatives exchange of other exchange. composite. They are following: (i) Commodities (ii) Metals (iii) Weather (iv) Others (3) On the basis of market where they trade : On the basis of this classification.
www. A derivatives exchange is a market where individual trade standardized contracts that have been defined by the exchange. are available in the market. customized or OTC traded. They are following: (i) Forwards (ii) Futures (iii) Options (iv) Swaps The above financial derivatives may be credit derivatives. They may be followings: (i) Futures (ii) Options (iii) Interest rate (iv) Index product (v) Convertible (vi) Warrants (vii) Others (c) Common derivative : These derivatives are common in nature/trading and classification.2. mildly leveraged. A derivative exchange act as an intermediary to all related transactions and takes initial margin from both sides of the trade to act as a guarantee. without going through an exchange or other intermediary. (a) Financial derivatives: Those derivatives which are of financial nature are called financial derivatives. OTC traded derivatives. They are following: (i) Options (ii) Convertibles (iii) Equity linked bonds (iv) Reinsurances (2) On the basis of financial and non-financial: On the basis of this classification the derivatives can be classified into two category namely financial derivatives and non-financial derivatives. regulated and unregulated etc. They are following: (i) Forwards (ii) Futures (iii) Options (iv) Binary options (v) Warrant (vi) Swaps The various types of financial derivatives based on their different properties like. No. leveraged. They are following: (i) Forwards (ii) Futures (iii) Swaps (b) Non-linear derivatives : Those derivatives whose value is a non-linear function of the underlying are called non-linear derivatives. exchange-traded derivative and common derivative. insider trading and exchange traded. forex. (b) Non-financial derivatives: Those derivatives which are not of financial nature are called non-financial derivatives.borjournals. The OTC derivative market is the largest market for derivatives and largely unregulated with respect to disclosure of information between parties. standardized or organized exchange traded. synthetic.
Currently the following contracts are allowed for trading in Indian markets:
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Classification of derivatives contracts in India The Indian financial market woke up to the new generation of financial instrument and the Indian derivatives markets’ Odyssey in modern times
commenced with forex derivatives in 1997 has also seen the introduction of many derivatives on different underlying’s.2.
Futures are seldom used by farmers. the asset type. the contract has to be settled by delivery of the asset on expiration date. In the forward contract. Each contract is custom designed.5. called a hedger. 3. Futures trading required margin payment and daily settlement. is unique in terms of contract size. It is also known as “specific delivery contract”. 7. it has to compulsory go to the same counter party. such assets are often known as synthetic assets in the forward market. Forward contract are very popular in foreign exchange market as well as interest rate bearing instruments. Forward contracts are traded at over-the-counter and are not dealt with on an exchange. 4. In forward contract. In case of a forward contract the price which is paid/received by the parties is decided at the time of entering into contract. the price is determined on the initial trade date. as time passes.com
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. and hence. they are exposed to the counter party risk. sometimes. expiration date. Futures are traded only in organized exchanges. 6.2. These transactions are spot transactions. A party with no obligation offsetting the forward contract is said to have an open position. with a minimum price movement called a tick size. 3. The specified price in a forward contract is referred to as the delivery price.
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1. derivative asset can often be contracted from the combination of underlying assets. 3. The features of a futures contract may be specified as follows: 1.
A forward contract is a customized contract between the buyer and the seller where settlement takes place on a specific date in future at a price agreed today. 8. covered party or cost of carry relations are relation between the prices of forward and underlying assets. The other party assumes a short position by agreeing to sell the same asset at the same date for the same specified price. A party with a close position is. There is risk of non-performance of obligation either of the parties. The contract terms like delivery price and the quantity are mutually agreed upon by the parties to the contract. quality etc. In the forward market. Both are equal at the time the contact is entered into. 2. and hence. The basic features of a contract are given in brief here as under: 1. It has no more than maturity of 3 months. 8. It is simplest form of derivative contract mostly entered by individual in day to day life. In a forward contract. The success ratio of new contract is about 25% in the world financial markets. The positions of the non-commercial users almost entirely speculative positions. which may dominate and command the price it wants as being in a monopoly situation. There is a limited number of actively traded products with futures contracts. 7. The trading unit is large and indivisible.
www. In case the party wishes to reverse the contract. 2. It is contract for delivering the goods. It is important to differentiate between the forward price and the delivery price. Although the delivery is made in the future.borjournals. Future contracts are normally traded on an exchange which sets the certain standardized norms for trading in futures contracts. Usually traded between two financial institutions or between a financial institution and one of its client. The quality of positive economic theory explains about its ability with precision clarity and simplicity. 5. Futures exchange has associated with clearing house. 5. 5. 8. 4. Futures contract required to have standard contract terms. The futures contracts are executed on expiry date. The forward price for a particular forward contract at a particular time is the delivery price that would apply if the contract were entered into at that time. The other party to the contract known as seller assumes a short position and agrees to sell the asset on the same date for the same price. Forward foreign exchange quotes by these banks are displayed with the spot rates. so these are riskier than to futures contracts. The main characteristics of futures explained by a good economic theory are as follows: 1. No. 7. One of the parties to a forward contract assumes a long position (buyer) and agrees to buy the underlying asset at a certain future date for a certain price. The futures prices are expressed in currency units. Futures markets are regulated by regulatory authorities like SEBI. The main use of the future by the commercial users is to hedge corresponding cash and forward positions. However.5. the forward price is likely to change whereas the delivery price remains the same.2
Futures contracts is an agreement between two parties to buy or sell a specified quantity of an asset at a specified price and at a specified time and place. 2. The specified price is referred to as the deliver price. There are both commercial and non-commercial users of futures contract in interest rates and foreign exchange. Futures positions can be closed easily.Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319-5614 Volume 1. 4. Forward contract is a cash market transaction in which delivery of the instrument is differed until the contract has been made. 6. Forward contracts are bilateral contracts. one of the parties takes a long position by agreeing to buy the asset at a certain specified future date. Most of the large and international banks quote the forward rate through their ‘forward desk’ lying within their foreign exchange trading room.
9. 8. Options can reduce the total portfolio transaction costs. Options are popular because they allow the buyer profits from favorable movement in exchange rate. In theory. 5. Options enable with the investors to gain a better returns with a limited amount of investment. Swaps are useful in avoiding the problems of unfavorable fluctuation in forex market. Owners of options have no voting rights and dividend right. Options holders do not receive any dividend or interest.’ In this option the owner has the right to sell the underlying asset under the negotiable contract. The basic features of options or followings: 1. and to increase control over interest rate risk and forex exposure.” Today.com
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.5. Options have high degree of risk to the option writers. The person who buys an option is normally called the buyer or holder. Options holder can enjoy a tax advantages. 7. treasury securities. 4. Interest rate futures The writer of an option is a stock broker. 5. Flexibility in investors needs. There are different types of contracts in financial futures which are traded in the various futures market of the world. the seller is known as the seller or writer. 2. The parties that agree to the swap are known as counter parties.3
Options are derivative contract that give the right. No certificates are issued by the company. Interest rate swaps which entail swapping only the interest related cash flows between the parties in the same currency. foreign currency. Options holders can control their rights on the underlying assets. The buyers have the right to receive the delivery of assets are known as ‘call option. No. Option yield only capital gains. option can be written on almost any type of underlying security. The owner has limited liability. Swaps are at the centre of the global financial revolution. Currency futures 4. The followings are the important types of financial futures contract: 1. 3. indices or commodities such as gold or oil. Swaps are generally customerised transactions. member or a security dealer. The buyer of an option pays a price depending on the risk of underlying security and he as an investor or a dealer or trader. stock indexes. stock. 2.borjournals. metals etc. The option is exercisable only by the owner namely the buyer of the option. but there are also several types of non-equity options. 7. Put option holder has the right to receive the payment by surrendering the asset. Stock future or equity futures 2. The swaps are innovative financing which reduces borrowing costs. Options are traded on OTC and in all recognized stock exchanges. but not the obligation to either buy or sell a specific underlying security for a specified price on or before a specific date. bank times deposits. food grains.4
A swap is an agreement between two or more people or parties to exchange sets of cash flows over a period in future.5. options are traded on a variety of instruments like commodities.
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www. The main characteristics of options are following: 1. In foreign exchange futures. The two commonly used swaps are interest rate swaps and currency swaps. 8. petroleum products. Options involving buying counter positions by the option sellers. Currency swaps entail swapping both principal and interest between the parties. with the cash flows in one direction being in a different currency than the cash flows in the opposite direction. 6. financial assets as diverse as foreign exchange. Options create the possibility of gaining a windfall profit. the positions of the commercials users are unbalanced. Conversely. 4. A call which is the right to buy shares under a negotiable contract and which do not carry any obligation. Options can be classified into different categories like: (i) Call options (ii) Put options (iii) Exchange traded options (iv) OTC traded options (v) American options (vi) European options (vii) Commodity options (viii) Currency options (ix) Stock options (x) Stock Index options
1. 3. The swap includes both spot and forward transactions in a single agreement. Again we can say “An option is a particular type of a contract between two parties where one person gives the other person the right to buy or sell a specific asset at a specified price within a specified time period. based on securities such as bonds.
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www. Setting up of the forward market commission. 2004 June 2005 Dec. The more detail about evolution of derivatives are shown in table No.borjournals.1 with the help of the chronology of the events. The last decade. 2001 Nov. SEBI Prohibits carry forward transactions. in 1919 had started future market. BSE FMCG. Informal carry forward trades between two settlement cycles began on BSE. Enactment of SCRA Prohibition of all forms of forward trading under section 16 of SCRA. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Progress Date 1952 1953 1956 1969 1972 1980 1983 Progress of Financial Derivatives Enactment of the forward contracts (Regulation) Act. 2003 13th Sep. Enactment of the SEBI Act. 1995 1996 18th Nov. derivative market came through a full circle from prohibition of all sorts of derivative trades to their recent reintroduction. Around the same period. saw lifting of ban of futures trading in many commodities. beginning the year 2000. BSE Bankex & BSE oil & gas) Trading of currency futures at NSE Launch of interest rate futures Currency derivative introduced at BSE S&P CNX Defty futures & options at NSE Launch of interest rate futures at NSE BSE-USE form alliance to develop currency & interest rate derivative markets BSE's new derivatives rate to lower transaction costs for all Launch of currency future on additional currency pairs at NSE Financial derivatives exchange award of the year by Asian Banker to NSE Commencement trading of S&P CNX Nifty futures on CME at NSE Introduction of European style stock option at NSE
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. Gujarat Vyapari Mandall in 1900. 2008 1st Jan. G. No. 2008 Aug.2. the Bombay Cotton Trade Association started future trading way back in 1875. Then Bombay Cotton Exchange Ltd. 2008 10th Dec. BSE Metal. in 1893. 2009 18th Dec. 2001 9th Nov. SEBI setup LC Gupta committee to draft frame work for index futures LC Gupta committee submitted report
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1992 1993 1994 1995 14th Dec. The first step towards introduction of financial derivatives trading in India was the promulgation at the securities laws (Amendment) ordinance 1995. Govt. This was the first organized futures market. No. This table is presenting complete historical developments
Table 1: A Chronology of events :Financial Derivatives in India
S. the government of India banned cash settlement and options trading. In 1952. Calcutta Hesstan Exchange Ltd. Kabra Committee recommends futures trading in 9 commodities. Calcutta and Ahmedabad and introduced carry forward trading in specified shares. After the country attained independence. 2009 7th Aug. In the area of commodities. NSE asked SEBI for permission to trade index futures Revised system restarted on BSE. derivatives trading shifted to informal forwards markets. ammends bye-laws of exchange of Bombay. November 2012 _________________________________________________________________________________
16 1998 1st June 1999 7th July 1999 24th May 2000 25th May 2000 9th June 2000 12th June 2000 31st Aug. 2010 Interest rate swaps/forward rate agreements allowed at BSE RBI gave permission to OTC for interest rate swaps/forward rate agreements SIMEX chose Nifty for trading futures and options on an Indian index SEBI gave permission to NSE & BSE to do index futures trading Equity derivatives introduced at BSE Commencement of derivatives trading (index futures) at NSE Commencement of trading futures & options on Nifty at SIMEX Index option launched at BSE Trading on equity index options at NSE Trading at stock options at NSE Stock options launched at BSE Commencement of trading in options on individual securities Stock futures launched at BSE Commencement of trading in futures on individual security Trading of Single stock futures at BSE Trading of Interest rate futures at NSE Launch of futures & options in CNX IT index Weekly options of BSE Launch of futures & options in Bank Nifty index 'Derivative Exchange of the Year by Asia risk magazine NSE launches derivatives on Nifty Junior & CNX 100 NSE launches derivatives on Nifty Midcap -50 Trading of Chhota (Mini) Sensex at BSE Trading of mini index futures & options at NSE Long term options contracts on S&P CNX Nifty index Futures & options on sectoral indices ( BSE TECK. 2009 Feb.Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319-5614 Volume 1. national electronic commodity exchanges were also set up.S. 2001 June 2003 Aug. 2010 Apr. Patel Committee recommends revised carry forward system. It provided for withdrawal at prohibition on options in securities. 2007 1st Jan. Khuso Committee recommends reintroduction of futures in most commodities. In recent years government policy has shifted in favour of an increased role at market based pricing and less suspicious derivatives trading. 2010 July 2010 Oct. 2000 1st June 2001 Jun 2001 July 2001 9th July 2001 July 2001 1st Nov. Historical development market in India
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Derivative markets in India have been in existence in one form or the other for a long time. 2008 1st Oct.
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53 54 55 56 57 Oct. SKP CNX Nifty futures on CME.
2. Gupta Committee report provides a perspective on division of regulatory responsibility between the exchange and SEBI.
Derivative products traded at NSE The NSE started derivatives trading on June 12. 2000 when it launched “Equity derivatives (Index futuressensex) first time. future CNX IT future and options. weekly opotions. there are two major market namely National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) along with other Exchanges of India are the market for derivatives. 2008 NA
2.2. currency options on USD INR.3. 91 days GOI T. stock future.borjournals. bye laws and regulations of a derivatives exchange as also to approving the proposed derivatives contracts before commencement of their trading. 2011 30th March 2012 Introduction of Currency options on USD INR by NSE Commencement of 91 day GOI trading Bill futures by NSE Launch of derivative on Global Indices at NSE Launch of derivative on CNX PSE & CNX infrastructure Indices at NSE BSE launched trading in BRICSMART indices derivatives
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Regulation of Derivatives trading in India The regulatory frame work in India is based on L. stocks for: Satyam. single stock futures. 2010 July 2011 Aug. Mini index futures and options. It emphasises the supervisory and advisory role of SEBI.Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319-5614 Volume 1. European style stock options. BSE metal.
Derivative Products Equity derivatives (Index futures Sensex) Index options launched (Index options –sensex) Stock options launched (Stock option on 109 stocks) Stock futures launched (Stock futures on 109 Stocks) Weekly options on 4 Stocks
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www. 2003 13th June 2005 1st June 2007 1st June 2007 5th Oct. No. No. 2002 13th Sep. No. 2001 23rd June 2003 29th Aug.B. The table no. stock options. The table No.2. Derivative Products Index futures – S&P CNX Nifty Index Options – S&P CNX Nifty Stock options – on 233 stocks Stock futures on 233 stocks Interest rate futures – T.com
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. BSE FMCG. Currency futures on USD-rupee.2
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In India. 2007 1st Jan. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Introduction date 12th June 2000 4th June 2001 2nd July 2001 9th Nov. The L.1
Derivative products traded at BSE
Table 3: Derivative products of NSE
S.3 presents a description of the types of derivative product traded at NSE and their data of introduction at NSE.2 summarily specifies the derivative products and their date of introduction at BSE. 2011 Sep. Varma Committee report.2. and derivative an global indices and infrastructures indices. 1 2 3 4 5 Introduction date 9th June 2000 1 June 2001 9th July 2001 9th Nov. It was followed by launching various derivative product which are shown in table no. BSE Bankex & BSE oil & gas) 8 1st Oct.2
2. 2008 3rd March 2008 29th Aug. It is mostly consistent with the international organization of securities commission (IUSCO). They are index options. Defty future and options.1
Chhota (mini) sensex Futures options on sectoral indices (namely BSE TECK. CNX100 futures and options. Long term options.C.2. Nifty Mid Cap-50 future and options. It also suggests establishment of a separate clearing corporation.C. It recommends that SEBI’s role should be restricted to approving rules.R. futures. It was followed by launching various products which are shown in table no. 2008 Currency derivative introduced (currency futures on US Dollar) 9 30th March Launched BRICSMART indices 2012 derivatives Source : Compiled from BSE website
2004 1st Jan. interest rate futures.
2. Reliance Industries. stock options.
Table 2 : Derivative products of BSE
S. US dollar-rupee future and BRICSMART indices derivatives. SBI. 2000 when it launched “Index Futures S & P CNX Nifty” first time. Currency futures. interest rate. Bank Nifty futures and options. They are index options. CNX Nifty Junior futures and options. Chhota (Mini) Sensex. Gupta Committee report and J. Here we may discuss the performance of derivatives products in Indian market. Bills & 10 years Bond CNX IT futures & options Bank Nifty futures & options CNX Nifty Junior Futures & Options CNX 100 futures & options Nifty midcap – 50 futures & options Mini index futures & options – S&P CNX Nifty Index Long term options contracts on – S&P CNX Nifty Index Currency futures on US Dollar
The BSE started derivatives trading on June 9. Tata Steel.
7. Introduction of derivatives trading in 2000.43
The NSE and BSE are two major Indian markets have shown a remarkable growth both in terms of volumes and numbers of traded contracts. Cr. of Contracts Total Turnover (Rs.borjournals. in Indian markets was the starting of equity derivative market which has registered on explosive growth and is expected to continue the same in the years to come. 2011 Rupee S&P CNX Defty Futures & options Launch of Interest rat futures Launch of currency futures on additional currency pair S&P CNX Nifty futures on CME Introduction of European style stock options Introduction of Currency options on USD INR start 91 day GOI Treasury Bill-futures Launch of derivatives on global indices Launch of derivatives on CNX PSE & CNX Infrastructure indices (Rs. table no.20 13090477. Product wise turnover of futures at BSE. number of contracts traded at NSE in CD segment.59 125902. Although
2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 636132957 1205045464 1034212062 16807782.12 summarily specifies the updated figures since 2003-04 to 2012-13 about number of contracts traded and total volumes in all segments.12 13854. and 17) we can say that they are encouraging growth and developing.74 29248221. Industry analyst feels that the derivatives market has not yet.54 115150. Introduction of derivatives has been well received by stock market players. product wise turnover of CD segment at NSE. Total Average of Turnover Daily Contracts (Rs.) 19383.16807782. Number of contract traded at NSE in FO segment.6.72 2009-10 378606983 1782608.26 2011-12 973344132 4674989. 2010 Oct.2. 2010 July 2011 Aug. 2009 Feb. 8. number of contract traded at BSE in future segment. 16.Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319-5614 Volume 1.63 52153. NSE alone accounts 99% of the derivatives trading in Indian markets. 15. If we compare the business growth of NSE and BSE in terms of number of contracts traded and volumes in all product categories with the help of table no. number of contract.07 45310. In case of BSE the total numbers of contracts traded are 150068157 whose total turnover is Rs. index options and individual stock future and options. After analyzing the data given in table no.
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This section contains the statistical data or information about Indian derivatives markets namely: product wise turnover of FO segment at NSE.09 120055. product wise turnover of options at BSE.12 which shows the NSE traded 636132957 total contracts whose total turnover is Rs.02 19479. In the above case we can say that the performance of BSE is not encouraging both in terms of volumes and numbers of contracts traded in all product categories.com
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72392.) Average Daily Turnover (Rs.91 2010-11 749602075 3449787.) Turnover
2012-13 483212156 2655474.
Source : Compiled from NSE website.53 1167. 13. Cr.3 Growth of Indian derivatives market
Table 5 : Business growth of NSE in CD Segment
Year Total No.4. Cr.4.48
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
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2008 10th Dec. The table no. Table 4 : Business growth of NSE in FO Segment Year Total No. Analyst points out that the equity derivative market on the NSE and BSE has been limited to only four product Index-futures. traded at BSE in option segment and average daily transaction at BSE in all segments. which in turn are limited to certain select stock only. Cr. 2008 Aug. 11. 14. Derivatives trading gained popularity after its introduction in very short time.57 7427. 10.3884370. 2009 July 2010 Oct. No.2655474. table no.22 31349731.26 cr in same year.30 29543 19220 10107 8388
2005-06 157619271 4824174 2004-05 77017185 2546982 2003-04 56886776 2130610 Source : Compiled from NSE website.22 cr in the year 2012-13 in futures and options segment while in currency segment in 483212156 total contracts have traded whose total turnover is Rs.43 Source : Compiled from NSE website.5 and table no.04 2008-09 32672768 162272. 2.
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Table 8 : Number of Contract traded at NSE in FO Segment
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recently NSE and BSE has added some more products in their derivative segment but still it is far less than the depth and variety of product prevailing across many developed capital markets.
57 11010482.41 59006.24 3515.34 3246.30 29543 19220 10107 8388
Table 13 : Product wise turnover of futures at BSE
Year Index Futures Turnover (Rs Cr) 104188. No.
Source : Compiled from BSE website.08 96.04 48.34 Trading Days
2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04
126 249 255 224 243 251 227 61 209 62
Source : Compiled from NSE website.00 209 62
Source : Compiled from NSE website.00 0.98 10215.63 Equity Futures Turnover (Rs Cr) 125.26 19383.54 115150.32 5021.00 13599.00 11757.43 1167.22 234660.53 2008-09 32672768 162272.09 81.07 45310. Table 11: Average daily transaction at NSE in CD Segment Year Total No. Cr) 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 636132957 1205045464 1034212062 679293922 657390497 425013200 216883573 157619271 77017185 56886776 16807782.43 Source : Compiled from NSE website.
Table 12 : Business growth at BSE in all Segment
Year Total Contracts Total Turnover (Rs Cr) 3884370.57 2009-10 378606983 1782608. Table 10 : Average daily transaction at NSE in FO Segment
Year Total No. Cr.46 965.62 8.86 5.59 125902.com
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Source : Compiled from BSE website.30 8.78 Average Daily Turnover (Rs Cr) 30828.14 Trad ing Days 126 249 255 224 243 251 227 61
2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06
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2008-09 32672768 32672768 2004-05 2003-04 531719 143224 16112.75 7356242 4824174 2546982 2130610 Average Daily Turnover (Rs.72 13854.66 3082.50 0.) 2012-13 483212156 2655474.) Turnover (Rs.61 1.74 29248221.49 7609.89 0.65 178448.04 7427.81 77.83 154.
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www.20 and Table No.1076879 lakhs USD and number of contracts are 163740 upto Sep. The Notional value of NSE options is 354648. other exchanges are also following at global level which are shown in followings tables:
Section .Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research (JBM&SSR) ISSN No: 2319-5614 Volume 1. 2012 at global level the increase is less.19. While Korea.1941 lakhs USD and number of contracts are 67458468 and the notional value at NSE futures is 39228. In case of BSE. These tables show the Indian segment has expanded phenomenally as compared to the global segment.38563 lakhs USD and number of contracts are 7815624 in 2012 which are so more in compare of 2003. The figures revealed by "world federation of exchanges (WFE)" website to compare the trading figures of 14 selected stock exchanges of America (four exchanges).borjournals.2.49322 lakhs USD and number of contracts are 10937357 and the notional value of BSE future is 856. NYSE Euronext (Europe).18. Table No. Table No. the notional value of BSE options is 56993. These figures are displaying a more than six to seven times increase over the 10 years period. Status of Indian derivatives market vis-à-vis global derivatives market.com
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