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WITH CURRENCY TRADING
TradingUSD   EURO          GBP   YEN             with
What is currency Futures ?A transferable futures contract that specifiesthe price at which a specified currency can beboug...
History of Currency FuturesCurrency futures were first created at the Chicago MercantileExchange (CME) in 1972 Internation...
Currency Futures in INDIA•   Currency futures trading was started in Mumbai August 29, 2008.•   With over 300 trading memb...
Fundamentals of Indian Currency Futures•Currency futures can be traded between Indian rupees and US dollar•The trading of ...
Exchanges for Currency TradingExchanges engaged in currency futures in IndiaNSE-Started in Aug, 2008MCX-SX- Started in Oct...
Importance of Currency Futures?According to market analysts, introduction of currency futures in the Indianmarket will giv...
Features?•Only USDINR ,EURINR ,GBPINR and JPYINR contracts areallowed to be traded in NSE , BSE, MCX-SX AND USEExchanges•S...
MarginsMinimum Initial Margin: 1.75% on day 1, 1% thereafterFor Example : USDINR Futures Rate Rs 53.46 X1000 = 53,460On Rs...
Cost Involved In currency Futures Trading?           •Margin           •Brokerage           •Exchange Transaction Charge  ...
Contact SpecificationsSymbol                   USDINRInstrument Type          FUTCURUnit of trading          1 (1 unit den...
Contact SpecificationsSymbol                   EURINRInstrument Type          FUTCURUnit of trading          1 (1 unit den...
Contact SpecificationsSymbol                   GBPINRInstrument Type          FUTCURUnit of trading          1 (1 unit den...
Contact SpecificationsSymbol                   JPYINRInstrument Type          FUTCURUnit of trading          1 (1 unit den...
ExampleA jeweller who is exporting gold jewellery worth USD 50,000, wants protection againstpossible Indian Rupee apprecia...
Growth In Indian Currency FuturesCheck the following table to see the volumes in MCX-SX for USDINR for one week . For more...
Advantages of Currency TradingTrading Hours             9am to 5pm onlyAccount Opening Charges   Nil If client opens Equit...
How to Earn Money from Currency MarketsBy promoting currency trading clients as a Business Associate / Franchisee   can ge...
Business Example With an investment of Rs 10,000/- client can buy 10 Lots of USDINR without Exposure. And 30 Lots with Exp...
How To Get 100 Clients in Just 60 days•Through Local News paper Classified Ads•Through online ad posting•Phamplet distribu...
COME BE A PART OF THE RAPIDLY THE GROWING FRANCHISEE NETWORKWe invite aspiring entrepreneurs, existing Sub-broker/franchis...
Refer Associates and earn.We enable you to offer quality investment services to customers at competitive prices. Tothis ef...
Client Advantages:•Trading of different exchange i.e. NSE,BSE,MCX-SX,NCDX & MCX under one roof•Hassle free “Single Client ...
Research Based Advisory for Currency , Commodity and Equity Futures through                               expresscalls.in
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  1. 1. WITH CURRENCY TRADING
  2. 2. TradingUSD EURO GBP YEN with
  3. 3. What is currency Futures ?A transferable futures contract that specifiesthe price at which a specified currency can bebought or sold at a future date. Currencyfuture contracts allow investors to hedgeagainst foreign exchange risk.
  4. 4. History of Currency FuturesCurrency futures were first created at the Chicago MercantileExchange (CME) in 1972 International Monetary Market (IMM)launched trading in seven currency futures on May 16 , 1972 .
  5. 5. Currency Futures in INDIA• Currency futures trading was started in Mumbai August 29, 2008.• With over 300 trading members including 11 banks registered in this segment, the first day saw a very lively counter, with nearly 70,000 contracts being traded.• The first trade on the NSE was by East India Securities Ltd Amongst the banks, HDFC Bank carried out the first trade.• The largest trade was by Standard Chartered Bank constituting 15,000 contracts. Banks contributed 40 percent of the total gross volume.
  6. 6. Fundamentals of Indian Currency Futures•Currency futures can be traded between Indian rupees and US dollar•The trading of Indian currency futures can be done between 9 am to 5 pm•The minimum size of currency futures is US$ 1000 periodically the value of thecontract can be changed by RBI and SEBI•The currency future can have maximum validity of 12 months The currencyfutures contract can be settled in cash
  7. 7. Exchanges for Currency TradingExchanges engaged in currency futures in IndiaNSE-Started in Aug, 2008MCX-SX- Started in October, 2008BSE-Started in October, 2008USE-Started in 31st Aut,2010
  8. 8. Importance of Currency Futures?According to market analysts, introduction of currency futures in the Indianmarket will give companies greater flexibility in hedging their underlyingcurrency exposure and will bring in more liquidity into the market as currencyfuture or forex derivative contract will enable a person, a bank or aninstitution to buy or sell a particular currency against the other on a specifiedfuture date, and at a price specified in the contract.
  9. 9. Features?•Only USDINR ,EURINR ,GBPINR and JPYINR contracts areallowed to be traded in NSE , BSE, MCX-SX AND USEExchanges•Standardized contract size - $1000•The contracts quoted and settled in Indian rupees•The maturity of the contracts shall not exceed 12 months•Settled on specified future date called as settlement date•Only resident Indians are allowed to trade in currencyfutures•Future price=Spot Price+Cost of Carry
  10. 10. MarginsMinimum Initial Margin: 1.75% on day 1, 1% thereafterFor Example : USDINR Futures Rate Rs 53.46 X1000 = 53,460On Rs 53.460/- Margin @ 1.75% = 940/- for Day 11% there after = 540/-
  11. 11. Cost Involved In currency Futures Trading? •Margin •Brokerage •Exchange Transaction Charge •Stamp Duty •STT •Service Tax •Education Tax on Brokerage
  12. 12. Contact SpecificationsSymbol USDINRInstrument Type FUTCURUnit of trading 1 (1 unit denotes 1000 USD)Underlying USDQuotation/Price Quote Rs. per USDTick size 0.25 paise or INR 0.0025Trading hours Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Contract trading cycle 12 month trading cycle.Settlement Daily settlement : T + 1 ,Final settlement : T + 2Mode of settlement Cash settled in Indian Rupees
  13. 13. Contact SpecificationsSymbol EURINRInstrument Type FUTCURUnit of trading 1 (1 unit denotes 1000 EURO)Underlying EUROQuotation/Price Quote Rs. Per EUROTick size 0.25 paise or INR 0.0025Trading hours Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Contract trading cycle 12 month trading cycle.Settlement Daily settlement : T + 1 ,Final settlement : T + 2Mode of settlement Cash settled in Indian Rupees
  14. 14. Contact SpecificationsSymbol GBPINRInstrument Type FUTCURUnit of trading 1 (1 unit denotes 1000 POUND STERLING)Underlying POUND STERLINGQuotation/Price Quote Rs. Per GBPTick size 0.25 paise or INR 0.0025Trading hours Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Contract trading cycle 12 month trading cycle.Settlement Daily settlement : T + 1 ,Final settlement : T + 2Mode of settlement Cash settled in Indian Rupees
  15. 15. Contact SpecificationsSymbol JPYINRInstrument Type FUTCURUnit of trading 1 (1 unit denotes 1000 YEN)Underlying JPYQuotation/Price Quote Rs. Per YENTick size 0.25 paise or INR 0.0025Trading hours Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Contract trading cycle 12 month trading cycle.Settlement Daily settlement : T + 1 ,Final settlement : T + 2Mode of settlement Cash settled in Indian Rupees
  16. 16. ExampleA jeweller who is exporting gold jewellery worth USD 50,000, wants protection againstpossible Indian Rupee appreciation in Dec ’08, i.e. when he receives his payment. He wantsto lock-in the exchange rate for the above transaction. His strategy would be:One USD - INR contract size : USD 1,000Sell 50 USD - INR Dec 08 Contracts (on 15th Jul 08) : 44.6500Buy 50 USD - INR Dec 08 Contracts in Dec 08 : 44.3500Sell USD 50,000 in spot market @ 44.35 in Dec 08 (Assume that initially Indian rupee depreciated , but later appreciated to 44.35 per USD asforeseen by the exporter by end of Dec 08)Profit/Loss from futures (Dec 08 contract) : 50 * 1000 *(44.65 – 44.35) = 0.30 *50 * 1000 = INR 15,000The net receipt in INR for the hedged transaction would be: 50,000 *44.35 + 15,000 = 2,217,500 + 15,000 = 2,232,500.Had he not participated in futures market, he would have got only INR 2,217,500. Thus, he kept his sales unexposedto foreign exchange rate risk.
  17. 17. Growth In Indian Currency FuturesCheck the following table to see the volumes in MCX-SX for USDINR for one week . For more details visitwww.mcx-sx.comTrade Date Total Contacts Total Turnover in9May2012 2970567 Crores 160078May2012 2685667 143077May2012 2612412 139744May2012 2668299 144083May2012 2031501 108912May2012 2084589 1109230Apr2012 1475925 7812
  18. 18. Advantages of Currency TradingTrading Hours 9am to 5pm onlyAccount Opening Charges Nil If client opens Equity account otherwise Rs 100/-Low Margin’s Low as Rs 1000/- Per one LOT of USDINRVolumes Very HighRisk Low RiskTaxes Low Taxes when compare to Equity and CommodityTrading Client can trade in any 4 Exchanges and contact specifications are same in all Exchanges
  19. 19. How to Earn Money from Currency MarketsBy promoting currency trading clients as a Business Associate / Franchisee can get excellent revenue through Brokerage sharing.Getting Client Accounts is easy because of low investment , accounts can be opened with min 1000/- to 2000/- also , so it will easy to get clients first and later on you can train these clients to trade in other segments also and in turn it will lead you for better income
  20. 20. Business Example With an investment of Rs 10,000/- client can buy 10 Lots of USDINR without Exposure. And 30 Lots with Exposure.Clients Buying Selling Turnover per each client subject Number of Trades per day Each Client Each client One trade 2 Trades 3 Trades 4Trades 1 5 Lots 5Lots 5Lakhs 10 Lakhs 15Lakhs 20Lakhs 5 25 Lots 25Lots 25Lakhs 50Lakhs 75 Lakhs 1 Crore 10 50 Lots 50 Lots 50 Lakhs 1 Crore 1.5 crore 2 Crore 50 250 Lots 250 Lots 2.5 Crores 5.00 Crore 7.5 Crore 10 Crore 100 500 Lots 500 Lots 5 Crores 10 Crores 15 Crores 20 CroresAs per Franchisee agreement Business associate will get revenue sharing on Turn Over
  21. 21. How To Get 100 Clients in Just 60 days•Through Local News paper Classified Ads•Through online ad posting•Phamplet distribution directly or through Newspaper•Bulk SMS pushing•E-mail marketing•Appointing Marketing person with attractive Incentive
  22. 22. COME BE A PART OF THE RAPIDLY THE GROWING FRANCHISEE NETWORKWe invite aspiring entrepreneurs, existing Sub-broker/franchisee having strong localpresence, credible track record of client servicing and needful infrastructure to join us asChannel Partner / Business AssociateThe company offers all Stock & Commodity Market products i.e., NSE, BSE, F&O, MCX,NCDEX, Currency Future & Depository Services. Mutual Funds and IPO’s
  23. 23. Refer Associates and earn.We enable you to offer quality investment services to customers at competitive prices. Tothis effect we structure Innovative Partnership Arrangements on Mutually AcceptableTerms and Conditions , Various Revenue Sharing Models, and Competitive Pricing.
  24. 24. Client Advantages:•Trading of different exchange i.e. NSE,BSE,MCX-SX,NCDX & MCX under one roof•Hassle free “Single Client Code” for all the exchanges•Application based and Browser based trading•Online Payment gateway for 14 Banks ,Instant credit and Exposure after online Transfer•Competitive Brokerage , Latest Technology•Web Based Financial Accounting and digital Contract Notes to Email Address•Web Based Depository services•Client can deposit fund in any segment and can trade all segments like Capital , F&O , Ncdex and MCX and MCX-SX•Every day daily trading conformation goes to clients mobile and Digital contract note goes to clients mail ids•NBFC funding facility for stock purchases.•Each client can see the all transction through Individual Client Back office User ID & Password•For DP also can get Individual online back office User Id& Password•Equity Research Services and many more
  25. 25. Research Based Advisory for Currency , Commodity and Equity Futures through expresscalls.in
  26. 26. You are Invited to
  27. 27. Contact
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