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  • GOVERNMENT OF INDIA FORWARD MARKETS COMMISSION MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS ANNUAL REPORT 2010-11EVEREST, 3RD FLOOR. 100, MARINE DRIVE, MUMBAI 400 002 OCTOBER 2011
  • CONTENTSChapter No. Contents Page No I Introduction 1 II Developments in the Commodity Derivative 12 Market III Commodity Futures Market in 2010-11 – A 22 Review IV Action Against Illegal Forward Trading 43 V Administration and Budget 46 ANNEXURES Annexure Details Page. No No. I List of Commodities Notified Under Section 15 50 of the F. C. (R.) Act, 1952. II List of Exchanges. 51 III-A Trading Permissions Granted to the National 53 Exchanges. III-B Trading Permissions Granted to the Regional 57 Exchanges. IV Open Interest Limits in Agri commodity 61 contracts. V Open Interest Limits in Non-Agri commodity 62 contracts. VI Guidelines for fixation of Due Date Rate for 63 commodity specific (Regional) exchanges. VII-A Details of Awareness Programmes. 64 VII-B State wise summary of awareness programmes 98 VIII Details of Capacity Building Programmes 99
  • CHAPTER 1 Commodity Futures Markets INTRODUCTIONHistory:1.1 The commodity futures market in India dates back to more than a century. The firstorganized futures market was established in 1875, under the name and style of Bombay CottonTrade Association to trade in cotton derivative contracts. This was followed by institutions forfutures trading in oilseeds, foodgrains, etc. The futures market in India underwent rapid growthbetween the period of First and Second World Wars. As a result, before the outbreak of theSecond World War, a large number of commodity exchanges trading futures contracts in severalcommodities like cotton, groundnut, groundnut oil, raw jute, jute goods, Castorseed, wheat, rice,sugar, precious metals like gold and silver were flourishing throughout the country. In view of thedelicate supply situation of major commodities in the backdrop of war efforts mobilization,futures trading came to be prohibited during the Second World War under the Defence of IndiaAct. After independence, especially in the second half of the 1950s and first half of 1960s, thecommodity futures trading again picked up and there were thriving commodity markets.However, in mid-1960s, commodity futures trading in most of the commodities came to bebanned and futures trading continued only in two minor commodities, viz, pepper and turmeric.In the 1980s, the futures trading in some commodities like potato, Castorseed, and gur (jaggery)was permitted. In 1992, futures trading in hessian were permitted; in April 1999 futures tradingin various edible oilseed complexes were permitted and in May 2001 futures trading in Sugarwere permitted. The National Agricultural Policy announced in July 2000 recognised the positiverole of forward and futures market in price discovery and price risk management. In pursuancethereof, Government of India, by a notification dated 1.4.2003, permitted additional 54commodities for futures trading. With the issue of this notification, prohibition on futures tradinghas been completely withdrawn. The mechanism of forward trading has actually developed andadvanced considerably in the major trading nations of the world, like USA, UK, France, Japan,etc. In these countries, forward trading has been permitted in many new items/services includingfinancial futures, shipping freights and interest rates etc. In comparison, commodity futuresmarkets in India are much simpler and are at present dealing in single futures contracts incommodities.Economic Functions:1. 2 In a free market economy, Futures trading performs two important economic functions,viz., price discovery and price risk management. Such trading in commodities is useful to allsectors of the economy. The forward prices give advance signals of an imbalance betweendemand and supply. This helps the government and the private sector to make plans andarrangements in a shortage situation for timely imports, instead of having to rush in for suchimports in a crisis-like situation when the prices are already high. This ensures availability ofadequate supplies and averts spurt in prices. Similarly, in a situation of a bumper crop, the earlyprice signals emitted by futures market help the importers to defer or stagger their imports andexporters to plan exports, which avoid glut situations and ensures remunerative prices to theproducers. At the same time, it enables the importers to hedge their position against commitmentsmade for import and exporters to hedge their export commitments. As a result, the exportcompetitiveness of the country improves.Benefits to the farmers and other stakeholders:1. 3 Farmers and growers also benefit through the price signals emitted by the futures marketseven though they may not directly participate in the futures market. The futures markets, throughadvance price discovery lead to a shift in sale-purchase patterns during harvest and lean seasons 1
  • and thereby facilitate reduction in the amplitude of seasonal price variation and help the farmerrealize somewhat better price at the time of harvest. These price signals help the farmer inplanning his cultivation in advance as well as to determine the kind of crop which he shouldprefer to raise. These signals also help him in fine tuning his marketing strategy after the harvest.Empowered with the price information, the farmer is able to avoid excess sale immediately afterthe harvest and is also able to bargain for better prices from trade in the mandi. By providing themanufacturers and the bulk consumers a mechanism for covering price-risks, the futures marketinduces them to pay higher price to the producers, as the need to pass on the price-risk to farmersis obviated. The manufacturers are able to hedge their requirement of the raw materials and asalso their finished products. This results in greater competition in the market and ensures viabilityof the manufacturing units.Suitability of a commodity for futures trading:1.4 Futures trading can be organized in those commodities/ markets which display somespecial features. The concerned commodity should satisfy certain criteria as listed below: a) the commodity should be homogenous in nature, i.e., the concerned commodity should be capable of being classified into well identifiable varieties and the price of each variety should have some parity with the price of the other varieties; b) the commodity must be capable of being standardized into identifiable grades; c) supply and demand for the commodity should be large and there should be a large number of suppliers as well as consumers; d) the commodity should flow naturally to the market without restraints either of government or of private agencies; e) there should be some degree of uncertainty either regarding the supply or the consumption or regarding both supply and consumption, f) the commodity should be capable of storage over a reasonable period of time.Participants in the Commodity Futures Markets:1. 5 There are three broad categories of participants in the futures markets, namely, hedgers,speculators and arbitrageurs. Hedgers are those who have an underlying interest in the specificdelivery or ready delivery contracts and are using futures market to insure themselves againstadverse price fluctuations. Examples could be stockists, exporters, producers, etc. They requiresome people who are prepared to accept the counter-party position. Speculators are those whomay not have an interest in the ready contracts, i.e., the underlying commodity, etc. but see anopportunity of price movement favourable to them. They are prepared to assume the risk whichthe hedgers are trying to transfer in the futures market. They provide depth and liquidity to themarket. While some hedgers from demand and supply side may find matching transactions, theyby themselves cannot provide sufficient liquidity and depth to the market. Hence, the speculatorswho are essentially expert market analysts take on the risk of the hedgers for future profits andthereby provide a useful economic function and are an integral part of the futures market. Itwould not be wrong to say that in the absence of speculators, the market will not be liquid andmay at times collapse. Arbitrageurs are those who make simultaneous sale and purchase in twomarkets so as to take benefit of price imperfections. In the process they help, remove the priceimperfections in different markets, For example, the arbitrageurs help in bringing the prices ofcontracts of different months in a commodity in alignment.System of Regulation of Forward Trading:1.6 Regulation of forward trading is done through a three tier regulatory structure, viz., theCentral Government, Forward Markets Commission and the Recognized Commodity Exchanges/ Associations. 2
  • • The Central Government has the powers to legislate on the subject of forward trading in commodities. Presently, the subject is dealt with by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and public Distribution in the Central Government. The Central Government broadly determines the policy relating to areas such as identification of commodities as well as the territorial area in which futures / forward trading can be permitted and giving recognition to the Exchange / Association through which such trading is to be permitted. • The Forward Markets Commission performs the role of approving the Rules and Regulations of the Exchange accordance to which trading is to be conducted, accords permission for commencement of trading in different contracts, monitors market conditions continuously and takes remedial measures wherever necessary. • The Recognized Exchange / Associations provide the framework of Rules and Regulations for conduct of trading, indicate the place where the trading can be conducted, report, record, execute & settle contracts, provide forum for exchange of documents and payments, etc.Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act:1. 7 The Commodity Future Markets are regulated according to the provisions of ForwardContracts (Regulation) Act 1952. The Act broadly divides commodities into 3 categories, i.e.commodities in which forward trading is prohibited, commodities in which forward tradingis regulated and residuary commodities. Under Section 17 of the FC(R) Act, 1952, theGovernment has powers to notify commodities, in which forward trading is prohibited in wholeor part of India. Any forward trading in such commodities in the notified area is illegal and anyperson who contravenes the provisions of section 17 shall be liable to penal action. UnderSection 15, Government has powers to notify commodities in which forward trading is regulatedas also the area in which such regulation will be in force. Once a commodity is notified undersection 15, the forward trading in such contracts (other than Non-transferable Specific DeliveryContracts) can be entered into only between members of the recognized association or through orwith any such member. Contracts other than these are illegal. Section 6 of the Act providespowers to the Central Government to grant recognition to an association for organizing forwardcontracts in the commodity which is notified under Section 15. Such recognition may be for aspecified period or may remain in force till revoked under Section 7 of the Act. Section 18(1)exempts the Non-Transferable Specific Delivery Contracts from the purview of regulation.However, under Section 18(3) of the Act, the Government has powers to prohibit or regulate thenon-transferable specific delivery contracts in commodities also by issue of a notification. Suchnotifications may apply for the whole of the country or the specified part of the country. Tradingin commodities where non-transferable specific delivery contracts are prohibited is illegal andany person who does such illegal trading shall be liable to penal action. Trading in non-transferable specific delivery contracts in respect of regulated commodities has to be throughrecognized associations just as in the case of other forward contracts. The commodities that arenotified neither under section 15 nor under section 17 of the Act are in common parlance referredto as free commodities. For organized forward trading in such commodities, the concernedAssociation or Exchange has to get a certificate of registration under Section 14B of the Act fromthe Forward Markets Commission.1. 8 The Act defines three types of contracts i.e. ready delivery contracts, forward contractsand options in goods.1.8.1 Ready delivery contracts are contracts for delivery of goods and payment of pricetherefor where both the delivery and payment are completed within 11 days from the date of thecontract. Such contracts are outside the purview of the Act.1.8.2 Forward Contracts, on the other hand, are contracts for delivery of goods where 3
  • delivery or payment or both takes place after 11 days from the date of contract or where thecontract is performed by any other means as a result of which actual tendering of goods for thepayment of the full price therefor is dispensed with.1.8.3 The forward contracts are further of two types, viz., specific delivery contracts andother than specific delivery contracts. The specific delivery contracts are those wheredelivery of goods is mandatory though delivery takes place after a period longer than 11 days.Specific delivery contracts are essentially merchandising contracts entered into by the parties foractual transactions in the underlying commodity and terms of contract may be drawn to meetspecific needs of parties as against standardized contracts like terms in futures contracts.1.8.4 The specific delivery contracts are again of two sub-types viz., the transferable varietywhere rights and obligations under the contracts are capable of being transferred and the non-transferable variety where rights and obligations are not transferable.1.8.5 Forward contracts other than specific delivery contracts are what are generally known asfutures contracts though the Act does not specifically define the futures contracts. Suchcontracts can be performed either by delivery of goods and payment thereof or by entering intooffsetting contracts resulting into payment or receipt of amount based on the difference betweenthe rate of entering into contract and the rate of offsetting contract. Futures contracts are usuallystandardized contracts where the quantity, quality, date of maturity, place of delivery are allstandardized and the parties to the contract only decide on the price and the number of units to betraded. Futures contracts are entered into through the Commodity Exchanges.1.8.6 ‘Options’ in goods means an agreement, by whatever name called, for the purchase orsale of a right to buy or sell, or a right to buy and sell, goods in future and includes a put, a call, ora put and call in goods. Options in goods are prohibited under the present Act. An optioncontract is the right (but not the obligation) to purchase or sell a certain commodity at a pre-arranged price (the "strike price") on or before a specified date. For this contract, the buyer orseller of the option has to pay a price to his counterpart at the time of contracting, which is calledthe "premium; if the option is not used, the premium is the maximum cost involved. When pricesmove unfavorably, this right will not be exercised, and therefore, the purchase of options providesprotection against unfavourable price movements, while permitting to profit from favourableones. Option can give the right to buy or sell a certain amount of physical commodity, or, morecommonly, they can give the right to buy or sell a futures contract.1.9 Working of Forward Markets Commission:1.9.1 Forward Markets Commission is a statutory body set up under Forward Contracts(Regulation) Act, 1952. The Commission functions under the administrative control of theMinistry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Department of Consumer Affairs, andGovernment of India. The functions of the FMC are dealt with in section 4 of the ForwardContracts (Regulation) Act, 1952 [F.C(R) Act, 1952] which is given below: i. to advise the Central Government in respect of the recognition of, or the withdrawal of recognition from any association or in respect of any other matter arising out of the administration of the FC(R) Act, 1952. ii. to keep forward markets under observation and to take such action, in relation to them as it may consider necessary, in exercise of the powers assigned to it by or under the FC(R) Act, 1952. iii. to collect and whenever the Commission thinks it necessary, publish information regarding the trading conditions in respect of goods to which any of the provisions of this Act is made applicable, including information regarding supply, demand and prices and to submit to the Central Government periodical reports on the operation of the Act, and the working of forward markets relating to such goods. 4
  • iv. to make recommendations generally, with a view to improving the organization and the working of forward markets. v. to undertake the inspection of the accounts and other documents of (any recognized association or registered association or any member of such association) whenever, it considers it necessary and vi. to perform such other duties and exercise such other powers as may be assigned to the Commission by or under the FC(R) Act, 1952 or as may be prescribed.1.9.2 Section 4A of the FC (R) Act, 1952 deals with the powers of the Commission whichare as follows: The Commission have all the powers of a civil court under the Code of Civil Procedure 1908 (5 of 1908) while trying a suit in respect of the following matters: ● Summoning and enforcing the attendance of any person and examining him on oath; ● Requiring the discovery and production of any documents; ● Receiving evidence on affidavits; ● Requisitioning any public record or copy thereof from any office; ● Any other matter which may be prescribed.1.9.3 The Commission, thus, is a statutory authority entrusted with regulatory functions underthe Act. The Commission consists of a Chairman and two members. Presently, Shri. RameshAbhishek, IAS is officiating as the Chairman of the Commission. Shri. D. S. Kolamkar, IES is theMember of the Commission. It has its headquarters at Mumbai and a Regional Office at Kolkata.Forward Markets Commission has 5 Divisions to carry out various tasks. These Divisions wereformed on 1st August 2005 in order to streamline the work on a functional basis. i) Markets, Trading and Development (Market Division) ii) Market Intelligence, Monitoring & Surveillance ( M & S Division ) iii) Awareness, Training and Intermediary Registration and IT (IR Division) iv) Investigation, Vigilance and Legal Affairs (Legal Affairs Division) v) Commission Secretariat including HR, Administration and Finance, Grievances (Administration Division) Each Division is headed by a Director, assisted by Deputy Directors, Assistant Directors,Economic Officers and Junior Research Assistants. COMMISSION Division – I Division – II Division – III Division-IV Division of Market Investigation, Division V Awareness, Commission Markets, Intelligence, Training and Vigilance and Trading and Monitoring & Legal Affairs Secretariat Intermediary including HR, Development Surveillance Registration Division (Market (M& S (Legal Affairs Administratio and IT n & Finance Division ) Division) Division) Grievances (ADM Division)Regulatory Tools: 5
  • 1.10 Futures trading has the risk of being misused by unscrupulous elements. In order tosafeguard the market against such elements, regulatory measures as under are prescribed by theForward Markets Commission:- (a) Limit on open position of an individual operator as well as member, to prevent over trading; (b) Limit on daily price fluctuation, to prevent abrupt upswing or downswing in prices; (c) Additional Margins payable on outstanding purchases and sales to contain high volatility in prices; (d) Special margin deposits to be collected on outstanding purchases or sales, to curb excessive concentration of position; (e) During times of shortages, the Commission may even take more stringent steps like skipping trading in certain deliveries of the contract, closing the markets for a specified period and even closing out the contract to overcome emergency situations.1.11 Major Initiatives taken by the Government / Commission since liberalization of the market. Prohibition on futures trading lifted in all the commodities on 1st April 2003. Three Multi-Commodity electronic Exchanges, i.e., National Multi Commodity Exchange, Ahmedabad (10.1.2003), Multi Commodity Exchange, Mumbai (26.9.2003) and National Commodity and Derivative Exchange, Mumbai (20.11.2003) were granted recognition as National Exchanges during 2003. Fourth National Exchange viz. Indian Commodity Exchange Limited (ICEX) was granted recognition on the 9th October 2009 on permanent basis. On 14th May 2008, the Commission issued guidelines on setting up of new National Multi Commodity Exchanges to further strengthen the infrastructure in Commodity Derivative Market. Inter alia, it prescribed the framework for share holding pattern of a new National Multi Commodity Exchang e. A fifth National Exchanges namely, ACE Commodity and Derivative Exchanges was granted recognition on 10.8.2010. ACE became a National Exchange by upgrading itself from a Regional Exchange. Improvement of Regulatory Framework and Re-structuring of Forward Markets Commission. The F.C (R) Act enacted in 1952 does not fully meet the regulatory needs of a modern electronic market. Hence, the regulatory framework needs to be overhauled to bring it on par with those of similar regulators like SEBI, etc. and also to restructure and strengthen the Forward Markets Commission to meet the regulatory challenges. Hence, a Bill proposing amendments to F.C (R) Act has been introduced in the Parliement which, inter alia, provides for – • Defining forward contract so as to include other commodity derivatives, and defining of intermediaries, etc. • Revised composition and mandate of FMC. • Financial and administrative autonomy of the Commission so as to provide for recruitment of its officers and its employees, management of the affairs to vest with the Chairman, accounts and audits, and creation of an ‘FMC General Fund’ to which all receivables except penalties will be credited. The FMC General Fund shall be used for the management of the affairs of the Commission and to enforce the provisions of the F.C(R) Act, 1952. • Levying of fees on intermediaries to finance the Commission’s activities. 6
  • • Allowing trading of options and other derivatives in goods. • Provide for corporatisation and demutualization of commodity exchanges. • Strengthening the penal provisions. • Constitution of Forward Markets Appellate Tribunal. • Provision for grant by the Central Government to meet transitional financial needs of FMC.1.12 Major Initiatives taken by Forward Markets Commission during 2010-11. • The Commodity Futures Market has witnessed rapid growth since the opening of the market in 2002. National Commodity Exchanges have completed 7 years of their operation in Commodity Derivatives market. The Commission from time to time reviewed the market and suggested some amendments to the bye-laws of the Exchanges; issued guidelines and directives to these Exchanges for better governance, transparency and investor confidence. • Notified ‘Iron Ore’ u/s 15 of the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1952 vide notification dated 29th September, 2010. • The Government amended the guidelines on the equity structure of Multi Commodity Exchanges to be adopted after completing five years of their operation. With this amendment, any single Stock Exchange along with the persons acting in concert shall not hold more than 5% of the subscribed and paid up equity capital of the said National Exchange. • Amended guidelines for granting recognition to new Commodity Exchanges under the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1952 putting restriction on sharholding of single stock exchange to 5% of the subscribed and paid up equity capital of national commodity exchange. The cumulative shareholding of Stock Exchanges in the relevant National Commodity Exchange shall not be more than 10%. • Issued guidelines for members of the Commodity Exchanges on 21st June 2010 for setting up Joint Ventures/ wholly owned subsidiaries abroad. • In order to streamline regulation of intermediaries, the Commission issued directives to the Exchanges to discontinue the system of sub-brokers and switch over to the system of Authorised Person (AP), for giving market access to clients trading in these markets through APs. • To ensure market and financial integrity, the Commission issued directives to the National Exchanges not to allow execution of trades without uploading the Unique Client Code (UCC) details. • Issued revised directives to the exchanges exempting delivery margins for the market participants who have moved their goods to the Exchange warehouse. • Issued revised directives to the National Exchanges for fixing the price limit on the first day of the contract. • Issued Directives on fixing Price limit on the first day of new contracts. • Issued guidelines on fixation of Due Date Rates. • On the recommendations of the Forward Markets Commission, the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Government of India, vide Notification dated 10th August 2010, granted recognition to the Ahmedabad Commodity Exchange, now rechristened as ACE Derivatives & Commodity Exchange Limited (ACE) as a Nationwide Multi Commodity Exchange on permanent basis in respect of forward contracts in all the commodities to which Section 15 of the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act, is applicable. With the grant of recognition to this exchange the total number of national exchanges has become Five. These exchanges can offer futures contracts in all the commodities subject to the approval of the Commission. Besides these, 16 other exchanges generally referred to as Regional Exchanges, are recognized for futures trading in 7
  • specific commodities. • The Central Government granted in-principle approval to the Universal Commodity Exchange Limited (UCX), Mumbai, on 25th August 2010 as a Nationwide Multi Commodity Exchange, subject to the fulfilling of commitments made / undertakings given to the Commission within the stipulated time.1.13 Collaboration with International Regulators: In order to strengthen co-operation with international regulators, the FMC took steps forcollaborating with regulators in other countries. FMC is also an associate member of IOSCO, aninternational organization of Security and Commodities Market Regulators. In addition, FMC hasalso signed Memorandum of Understanding with the United States Commodity Futures TradingCommission (USCFTC) and the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). TheCommission, in January 2010, had signed MOU with the Commissao de Valores Mobiliarios –CVM (Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil), Brazil.1.14 Developmental Initiatives taken by Forward Markets Commission The Commission has taken the following steps in recent years to ensure that the marketsare broad based and its benefits reach all the stakeholders of the Commodity Markets. • Increasing the awareness level of different categories of stakeholders especially farmers to make them aware of the existence of as well as benefits from the futures markets, sensitization of policy makers and capacity building in the commodity sector. • Working on various models of “Aggregation” to enable the farmers to take the benefit of actual hedging on the Commodity Exchanges to manage their price risks. • Working on a project of Price Dissemination through APMCs and other centers to empower the farmers with price information. • Meeting with various stakeholders to understand their difficulties, problems and felt needs so as to align/ design policies to feasible/ desirable objectives.1.14.1. Creation of Awareness: Creation of awareness amongst the farmers, related bodies and organizations includingthe ones which could be potential hedgers / aggregators and other market constituents has beenone of the major activities of the Commission. During 2010-11, 829 awareness programmes wereorganized for various stakeholders of the commodity futures market. Of this, 486 programmeswere held exclusively for farmers. In the previous year, (2009-10) 515 awareness programmeswere held, of which 423 were exclusively for the farmers. The programmes were conducted atdifferent locations all over the country. These awareness programmes were attended by differentcategory of market participants ranging from farmers, traders and members of Commodityexchanges to bankers, cooperative personnel staff and students of Universities, Governmentfunctionaries, warehouse professionals, agricultural extension workers, makers etc. Theseawareness programmes have resulted in creating awareness among the various constituents aboutcommodity futures trading and the benefits thereof. The programmes were organized inassociation with various organizations/universities having connectivity with the farmers, viz.agricultural universities, NABCONS , farmer cooperatives and federations, GSKs, National &Regional Base Commodity Exchanges, etc.1.14.2 Sensitization of officers involved in policy making for Agricultural Sector: 8
  • Sensitization programmes have been organized by the Commission for senior StateGovernment and Central Government functionaries. During the year, sensitization programmewas organized at Noida Campus of IIM, Lucknow as against 5 programmes held in the previousyear. The objective of the programmes was to create awareness among the senior CentralGovernment and State Government officers from the Departments of Civil Supplies, Agriculture,Cooperation, Marketing Federations, etc., about the concept and economic functions of thefutures market the possible role these can play to promote and facilitate participation by variousstakeholders, especially farmers, in the commodity futures market, and the use of priceinformation emanating from the futures market in their related policy making decisions.1.14.3. Capacity Building /Training Programmes FMC has been organizing training programmes for market constituents and their officersas part of its capacity building endeavors. The capacity building efforts of the Forward MarketsCommission are meant to complement the awareness creation activities of the Commission.Training on Commodity Futures Market is being imparted to policy makers, university staff,students, extension workers, farmer federations, Cooperatives, banks and officers of agenciesworking at the grass root level to enable them to educate market participants about the economicsignificance of the market and means of participation in the market. Special training programmesare being organized for trainers who may take up the responsibility of educating the farmersabout the futures market. In the year 2010-11, FMC organized 79 capacity building programmes. The trainingprogrammes, workshops and seminars were organized for the benefit of the functionaries of theabove organizations through various Institutes such as VAMNICOM, Pune; HAFED, PunjabAgriculture University, Topic, Gurgaon, NIAM Jaipur; Pondicherry University, Tamil NaduAgricultural University, Coimbatore; Institute of Cooperative Management, Jaipur, NABCONS,etc. Three Capacity Building Programmes were held for FMC officers and staff to strengthentheir capabilities in administration and regulation of market through Regional Training Centre,Govt. of India Mumbai, Bombay Stock Exchange & Research Development Association, andJaipur. The programmes are expected to train functionaries of related organizations with a strongrural presence and working directly or indirectly with farmers, so that the message of futuresmarket is taken to the grassroots- producers, processors and traders.1.14.4 Promotion of commodity related education and developing a talent pool: Due to the decline in number of persons having domain expertise over 2 generations onaccount of ban on futures trading in the 1960s through the 1980s, at this juncture, the subject ofcommodity futures trading is in a way a new subject in India. FMC and the Department ofConsumer Affairs had taken up the matter of introducing courses on Commodity Futures inUniversities and Management Institutes, with the Ministry of Human Resources Development,Government of India. The Commission is organizing awareness programmes for faculty and students of Agri-university, management institutes of other colleges in the area of commodity future market tocreate awareness and interest in the subject and also expose them to the employment opportunityavailable in the sectors. During 2009-10, the Commission provided summer internship to twelve students fromKIIT School of Management, Bhubaneswar, Orissa (2), the Indian Institute of Management,Ahmedabad (IIM-A) (4), the IIT, Mumbai (1), the Department of Management Sciences,University of Pune (1), Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Management, Sikar, Rajasthan (1) and N. L.Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai (3). 9
  • 1.14.5 International training/conferences/meetings During the year 2010-11, the officers of the Commission and the officers of theDepartment of Consumer Affairs were nominated for various international training programmes,and also attended international conferences/ meetings organized by International Organisations/Regulatory bodies like IOSCO, FIA, CFTC in different countries of the world.1.14.6 Exhibitions : The Forward Markets Commission, in association with the National Exchanges,participated in the Indian Science Congress Expo at SRM University, Chennai from 3-7 January2011. The Commission, in association with the National Exchanges also participated inAGROVISION 2011 organized at Nagpur from 4-7 March, 2011 by the Vidarbha EconomicDevelopment Council (VEDC). The participation in these Exhibitions was by way of setting up astall on benefits of commodity futures market to farmers. The stall attracted a lot of visitors andhelped in removing the mis-perceptions about the functioning and the impact of the futuresmarket.1.14.7 Meetings with Stakeholders The Commission conducted various meetings with different category of stakeholders ofthe futures market to take feed back from them to improve the functioning of the futures markets.The inputs received during these meetings were utilized while framing the regulatory policies inthe Commission. During the year, five meetings were conducted. Four meetings for the benefitof Arbitrators of the national exchanges and one meeting for the Aggregators.1.14.8 Aggregation Model for Farmers’ participation: The Commission is making efforts through the National Exchanges to develop a model of“aggregation”, so that various agencies, viz. Cooperatives, Farmers’ Associations, StateMarketing Federations, Non-Government Organizations and Banks would be able to act asAggregators and take consolidated positions on behalf of groups of farmers to facilitate theirhedging operation and transfer the benefit of futures trading to them. The Commission has alsotaken up the issue with representatives of major cooperatives, marketing federations, NGOs,Banks and other organizations having requisite domain knowledge and experience to act as aninterface and facilitator between the farmers and the futures market.1.14.9 Project for Price Dissemination: The Forward Markets Commission has, in association with the Commodity Exchanges,initiated a process of dissemination of futures and spot prices of agricultural commodities atvarious mandis, under the AGMARKNET. The FMC proposes to extend the project to postoffices, rural branches of the Banks, warehouses, offices of cooperatives and other areasfrequented by the farmers. The dissemination of price information is expected to help varioushedger groups, especially farmers, in their pre-sowing and post harvest decision making processand hedging their price risks in the market. The project for dissemination of spot and futuresprices in agricultural commodities of relevance to particular States / areas / mandis is beingimplemented in consultation with AGMARK. As on 31-03-2011, Price Ticker Boards have beeninstalled in 768 mandis spread across 23 States. During the year 2010-11, price ticker boardswere installed in 588 (including 33 in the North East Region) Mandis spread across 23 States. Inthe previous year (2009-10), price ticker boards were installed in 183 mandis spread across 14states. 10
  • It is proposed to install electronic price ticker Boards (conventional as well as GPRSbased) in 900 locations in the country during the year 2011-12. As there are insufficient APMCs/ Mandis available for coverage under the project, the project is proposed to be extended to otherlocations such as rural branches of commercial banks, branches of regional rural banks, co-operative societies, agricultural universities and rural branches of post offices. The project is alsoproposed to be extended to locations such as Panchayat Offices and small market yards whichmay not have the requisite infrastructure capabilities for hosting the electronic price ticker boards.In addition to this, price tickers of the commodity exchanges are run during news telecasts onDoordarshan. Besides, future prices discovered in the Exchanges are published in newspapers,displayed in railway stations and bus stands. Thus, the opacity of prices that existed earlier hasreduced considerably and conditions have been created for better integration of various spotmarkets across the nation.1.15 Inspection of books of accounts of Exchanges and their members: The Commission has been inspecting the books of accounts of the Exchange Membersparticularly of 3 National level Commodity Exchanges, viz. MCX, Mumbai, NCDEX, Mumbaiand NMCE, Ahmedabad on a regular basis since 2006-07. During the F.Y. 2010-11, 280 newaudits of members of the National Commodity Exchanges were assigned. Besides, audit of 3National Exchanges, 14 Regional Exchanges and 1 special audit was also assigned to theAuditors. CHAPTER - II 11
  • DEVELOPMENTS IN THE COMMODITY DERIVATIVE MARKET 2010-112.1 During the year 2010-11, forward trading in 113 commodities, as given in Annexure I,was regulated at the 5 National Exchanges, viz. Multi Commodity Exchange, Mumbai; NationalCommodity and Derivatives Exchange, Mumbai, National Multi Commodity Exchange,Ahmedabad, Indian Commodity Exchange, Gurgaon, and ACE Derivatives & CommodityExchange Limited (ACE). Besides, there are 16 regional exchanges recognized for regulatingtrading in various commodities approved by the Commission under the Forward Contracts(Regulation) Act, 1952. A list of Commodity Exchanges is given in Annexure II.2.2 The National Exchanges, with the adoption of modern technology, have spread the facilityof commodity futures trading across the country. The total value of trade for the financial year2010-11 was ` 119.49 lakh crore as against ` 77.65 lakh crore in the preceding financial year,registering a growth of 53.88 %. Bullion, base metals, energy products and agriculturalcommodities were the major group of commodities traded at the exchanges. Amongst these, gold,silver, copper, lead, Nickel, zinc, chana, soy oil, guarseed and crude oil were prominentcommodities traded during the year. The resurgence of agriculture commodities in the commodityfutures platform seen in the year 2009-10 continued in 2010-11. The total value of trade inagricultural commodities during the year was ` 14.56 lakh crore as against ` 12.18 lakh crore in2009-10 indicates a growth of 19.54% over the year. During the period, future trading waspermitted in a new commodity “Iron Ore” at MCX, Mumbai & ICEX, and Mumbai.2.3 During 2010-11, the Commission focused its activities on the regulation of futures tradingin commodities, spreading awareness amongst the various stakeholders through variousawareness and capacity building programmes and implementation of the Price DisseminationProject at APMC Mandis. The Commission also took steps to promote the participation ofhedgers through a series of regulatory and developmental initiatives.2.4 In the coming years, the priority of the Commission will be to consolidate the market;strengthen regulation to generate confidence amongst the participants and keep the market freefrom manipulation and abuses; increase awareness among the stakeholders especially the farmers;empower the farmers with price information and identify, encourage and facilitate intermediariessuch as aggregators to facilitate the participation of farmers in the market for hedging.2.5 The endeavor of the Commission has been to prevent market manipulation and ensure market integrity, financial integrity and customer protection. The important developments in the commodity derivative market during 2010-11 areenumerated below:2.6 Important Developments in the Commodity Derivative Markets:2.6.1 During 2010-11, forward trading was regulated in commodities at 21 recognizedexchanges. The break up of the total value of commodities traded stood as under- • Bullion - ` 54.94 lakh crore (45.98%). • Base metals - ` 26.88 lakh crore (22.50%). • Energy products - ` 23.11 lakh crore (19.34%). • Agricultural commodities- ` 14.56 lakh crore (12.19%).2.6.2 Out of 21 recognized exchanges, Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), Mumbai, NationalCommodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), Mumbai, National Multi CommoditiesExchange, (NMCE), Ahmedabad, Indian Commodity Exchange, Ltd., Gurgaon, ACE Derivativesand Commodity Exchange, Ahmedabad, National Board of Trade (NBOT), Indore, contributed 12
  • 99.84% of the total value of the commodities traded during the year.2.6.3 The share of various Exchanges in the total value of trade in 2010-11. Value of the recognized Exchanges during 2010-11 Name of the Exchanges Value in ` Cr. % share to the total value of the commodities traded during 2010-11. MCX 98,41,502.90 82.36 NCDEX, Mumbai 14,10,602.21 11.81 NMCE, Ahmedabad 2,18,410.90 1.83 ICEX, Gurgaon 3,77,729.88 3.16 ACE, Ahmedabad @ 30,059.63 0.25 NBOT, Indore 51,662.06 0.43 Total of six Exchanges 1,19,29,967.58 99.84 Others 18,974.77 0.16 Grand Total 1,19,48,942.35 100 @ Value is inclusive of the value of trade at Ahmedabad Commodity Exchange, Ahmedabad. % share of the commodity exchanges to the total value of trade during the year 2010-11 (April-March) NBOT ACE ICEX 0.25% 0.43% 3.16% Others NMCE 0.16% 1.83% NCDEX 11.81% MCX 82.36% MCX NCDEX NMCE ICEX ACE NBOT Others2.7 Regulatory initiatives taken by the Forward Markets Commission:2.7.1 Grant of Recognition / Renewal of Recognition to the association / recognizedexchanges, grant of registration / renewal of registration to the recognized exchanges andgrant of permission to trade in commodities.a) Grant of recognition to ACE: On recommendations of the Forward Markets Commission, the Ministry of ConsumerAffairs, Food and Public Distribution, Government of India, vide Notification dated 10th August2010, granted recognition to the Ahmedabad Commodity Exchange, after its upgradation in to aNational Exchanges under the nomenclature ACE Derivatives & Commodity Exchange Limited(ACE) on a permanent basis in respect of forward contracts in all the commodities to whichSection 15 of the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act is applicable. 13
  • b) Renewal of Recognition to the Recognised Exchanges: During the year, on the recommendations of the Commission, the Government of Indiaalso renewed the recognition of the following Associations / Exchanges. Sr. Name of the Exchange Period of renewal of Recognition Date of No. and the Commodities permitted Notification 1. National Board of Trade, 1st June, 2010 to 31st May, 2011 4th June, Indore (Rapeseed/Mustardseed) 2010 2. National Board of Trade, 1st July, 2010 to 31st October, 2010 30th June, Indore (Soybean Seed, Refined Soy Oil 2010 and Soy Meal.) 3. National Board of Trade, 1st November, 2010 to 28th 28th October, Indore February, 2011 (Soybean Seed, 2010 Refined Soy Oil and Soy Meal) 4. Bikaner Commodity 20th January, 2011 to 31st March, 7th Exchange Ltd., Bikaner 2012. (Guarseed) December, 2010 5. Central India Commercial 1 March, 2011 to 31 March, 2012 21st January, st st Exchange Ltd., Gwalior 2011 6. Rajdhani Oils & Oilseeds 1st March, 2011 to 31st March, 2012 21st January, Exchange Ltd., Delhi (Rapessed/Mustardseed). 2011 7. National Board of Trade, 1 March, 2011 to 28 February, 28th st th Indore 2013.(Soybean, Refined Soy oil & February, Soy meal) 2011 8. East India Jute & Hessian 1st April, 2011 to 31st March 2012. 21st March, Exchange Ltd., Kolkata (TSD) in jute goods (Hessain and 2011 sacking). 9. East India Jute & Hessian 7th April, 2011 to 6th April, 2012. 21st March, Exchange Ltd., Kolkata (Raw Jute (including mesta) 2011. 10. Meerut Agro Commodities 1st April, 2011 to 31st March 2012. 21st March, Co. Ltd., Meerut (Gur) 2011.c) Details of Grant/Renewal of Registration granted to the Recognised Exchanges. The Commission, in pursuance of Section 14 B of the Forward Contracts (Regulation)Act, 1952 (74 of 1952) granted Certificate of Registration to the ACE Derivatives andCommodity Exchange Limited, Ahmedabad, which has been upgraded from commodity specificExchange to Nationwide multi-commodity exchange and recognized by the Government u/s 6 ofthe FC (R) Act, 1952. The Commission, in exercise of its powers conferred under Section 14(B) of the ForwardContracts (Regulation) Act, 1952, extended the period of registration of the followingassociations / Exchanges analogous to the period of recognition of the respective exchanges.Sr. Name of the Exchange Period of renewal of Registration Date of Issue ofNo. and the Commodities permitted Registration1 Rajkot Commodity 15th March, 2010 to 14th March , 12th April , 2010 Exchange Ltd., Rajkot 2011. (Soyabean Oil)2 Rajkot Commodity 1st April, 2010 to 31st March, 2013. 13th April , 2010 Exchange Ltd., Rajkot (Castorseed) 14
  • Sr. Name of the Exchange Period of renewal of Registration Date of Issue ofNo. and the Commodities permitted Registration3. Bikaner Commodity 20th January, 2010 to 19th January, 13th April, 2010 Exchange Ltd., Bikaner 2011.(Guarseed)4. Surendrangar Cotton Oil & 1st April, 2010 to 31st March, 2011. 21st April, 2010 Oilseeds Association (Kapas) Ltd.,Surendranagar5. National Board of Trade, 1st July, 2010 to 31st October, 2010 8th July, 2010 Indore (Soybean Seed, Refined Soy Oil and Soy Meal )6. National Board of Trade, 1st June, 2010 to 31st May, 2011 8th July, 2010 Indore (Rapessed/Mustardseed)7. National Board of Trade, 1st November, 2010 to 28th 9th November, 2010 Indore February, 2011 (Soybean Seed, Refined Soy Oil and Soy Meal)8. Bikaner Commodity 20th January, 2011 to 31st March, 3rd January, 2011 Exchange Ltd., Bikaner 2012. (Guarseed)9. Central India Commercial 1st March, 2011 to 31st March, 2012 7th February, 2011 Exchange Ltd., Gwalior (Rapessed/Mustardseed).10. Rajdhani Oils & Oilseeds 1st March, 2011 to 31st March, 2012 3rd March, 2011 Exchange Ltd., Delhi (Rapessed/Mustardseed).11. National Board of Trade, 1st March, 2011 to 28th February, 25th March, 2011 Indore 2013.(Soybean, Refined Soy oil & Soy meal)d) Grant of permission for futures trading in commodities: During the year, the Commission granted permission for trading in commodities to therecognized Associations/Exchanges as detailed in Annexure III(A) & (B).e) In-principle approval for recognition to the Universal Commodity ExchangeLimited (UCX), Mumbai as a Nationwide Multi Commodity Exchange On the recommendation of the Commission, on 13th August, 2010, the Ministry grantedin-principle approval to the Universal Commodity Exchange Limited (UCX) for setting up of anew Nationwide Multi Commodity Exchange. th2.7.2 Amendments to the Guidelines dated 14 May 2008 for grant of recognition to newCommodity Exchanges under the FC(R) Act. th The Ministry, on 16 June 2010 granted approval to the amendment to clause 5.3 (i) of ththe Guidelines (dated 14 May 2008) for grant of recognition to new Commodity Exchangesunder the FC(R) Act 1952. With this amendment, any single Stock Exchange along with thepersons acting in concert shall not hold more than 5% of the subscribed and paid up equity capitalof the said National Commodity Exchange. The cumulative shareholding of Stock Exchanges inthe relevant National Commodity Exchange shall not be more than 10%. th2.7.3 Amendments to the Guidelines dated 29 July 2009 on the Equity Structure of theNationwide Multi Commodity Exchanges after five years of operation. The Government, on 9th July 2010, granted approval to the amendment to clause 3.3 and th3.4 of the Guidelines (dated 29 July 2009) on the Equity Structure of the Nationwide MultiCommodity Exchanges. With this amendment, after five years of operation, any single StockExchange along with the persons acting in concert shall not hold more than 5% of the subscribed 15
  • and paid up equity capital of the said National Commodity Exchange. The cumulativeshareholding of Stock Exchanges in the relevant National Commodity Exchange shall not bemore than 10%. The said amendments were forwarded to the concerned National Exchanges on16th July 2010, for their information and necessary action. The amended guidelines have alsobeen placed on the website of the Commission.2.7.4 Permission / NOC to the MCX, Mumbai for its proposed IPO: The Commission, on 22nd April 2010, granted permission / NOC to the MultiCommodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX), Mumbai for its proposed IPO subject to certainconditions and modification / revision in the Guidelines dated 29th July 2009 on the EquityStructure of Nationwide Multi-Commodity Exchanges after five years of operation.2.7.5 Transfer of equity shares The Commission on 22nd September, 2010, granted approval to NCDEX, Mumbai for thetransfer of 26, 25,000 (twenty-six lakh twenty-five thousand) equity shares at ` 145/- per equityshare (which constitutes 7% of the total paid-up capital of NCDEX) from CRISIL, a foreignentity, to Shree Renuka Sugars Limited.2.7.6 Introduction of new Anchor Investor The Government on 23rd September, 2010, granted approval to the proposal of ICEX forinduction of Reliance Exchangenext Limited (R-NEXT) as the new Anchor Investor in the IndianCommodity Exchange Ltd. (ICEX) subject to the following conditions by transferring 26% of theequity shares out of the 40% of the equity shares held by the India Bulls Financial Services Ltd(IBFSL): (a) that three years lock in period condition should be applied to the new anchor investor R- NEXT afresh with effect from the date of Government approval i.e. 23rd September, 2010. (b) that in case MMTC exercises its right to stake a claim to 14% in ICEX in pursuance to its right to first refusal, IBFSL will be bound to transfer its remaining 14% to MMTC at the same price at which it is offered to R-NEXT. 2.7.7 Introduction of Jaypee Capital Services Ltd. as the Anchor Investor of NCDEX The Commission on 7th October, 2010, granted approval to the proposal of NCDEX (i) to issue 1,13,40,000 (One crore thirteen lakh forty thousand) equity shares to Jaypee Capital Services Ltd. and 18,36,000 (Eighteen lakh thirty-six thousand) equity shares to Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd. and (ii) for induction of the said Jaypee Capital Services Ltd. as the Anchor Investor of the Exchange,2.7.8 Investment by Bajaj Holdings and Investments Limited in the 24, 50,000 EquityShares of the NMCE, Ahmedabad of ` 10 each at a price of ` 102 per share The Commission, on 11th October, 2010, granted approval to NMCE, Ahmedabad forissuance of 24, 50,000 fresh equity shares, amounting to 12.82% of the post issue shareholding, toBajaj Holdings & Investment Limited.2.7.9 Approval to Amendment to Bye-laws / Rules / Articles of recognized exchanges:A. Approval of Bye-laws and Rules of ACE, Ahmedabad 16
  • The Commission On 22nd October, 2010, granted approval to the Bye-Laws and the Rules ofthe ACE Derivatives and Commodity Exchange Ltd.B. Amendment to the Articles of Association of the NMCE, Ahmedabad The Commission, granted approval to the amendment to clause 64-A of the Articles ofAssociation, of the NMCE, Ahmedabad pertaining to capitalization of reserves and sharepremium, realized from sale of capital assets.C. Amendment to the Bye-Laws of MCX, Mumbai The Commission approved the amendment to clause 11 of the Bye-laws 15 of the Bye-laws of the Multi commodity Exchange Ltd., Mumbai specifying the period of one year to resolveclaims, differences and disputes referred to Arbitration.2.8 Revision in Regulatory Measures: The Commission kept a close watch on the trading activities in the commodity marketand took various steps from time to time by revising regulatory measures such as revision in thespecial margins, additional margin, limit on open position, daily price limits, etc.A. Revision in Special Margin:2.8.1 At MCX Mumbai, Commission removed special margin of 15 % on longs and 5 % onshort open position in respect of Cardamom contracts and a 5 % additional margin in lieu ofspecial margin was imposed on both the sides w.e.f. 27.10.2010. This brought the total minimummargins applicable on long & short sides of the cardamom contract to 10 %.2.8.2 Similarly, a special margin of 10 % (5 % in cash) on long side of all Mentha oil contractswas imposed, bringing the total minimum applicable margins on the long side of Menthacontracts to 25 % (10 % additional, 10 % special & 5 % initial) and to 15 % (10 % additional and5 % initial) on the short side.2.8.3 Due to the volatility witnessed in Guar seed and Guar gum contracts, the NCDEX,Mumbai imposed special margins of 10% on the long side in Guar seed and Guar Gum contractsw.e.f. 26.11.2010. The Exchange further imposed a margin of another 10 % (out of which 5%was to be collected in cash) on 13.12.2010. With this, the total special margin imposed on thelong side in Guar seed and Guar gum contracts traded at NCDEX stood at 20%.2.8.4 Following the imposition of margins by NCDEX and with a view to bringing aboutuniformity at the other two Exchanges, the Commission directed the Multi Commodity ExchangeLtd., Mumbai and the National Multi Commodity Exchange Ltd., Ahmedabad to impose 20%margins on Guar contracts traded on their exchange platform with effect from 13.12.2010.2.8.5 In view of the volatility in the prices of Dhaniya, NCDEX, Mumbai, imposed specialmargins of 5% on long open position in Dhaniya contracts w.e.f. 21st January 2011, (after theexpiry of January contract on 20.01.2011). As the Dhaniya contracts were also being traded atMCX, the Commission, in order to bring uniformity in the margins at the National Exchanges,also imposed additional margins of 5% on long open positions in Dhaniya contracts at MCX.2.8.6 With a view to bringing uniformity in special margins on turmeric, the Commission, on7.2.2011, withdrew the special margins imposed @ 5% on the long side in respect of the March,April and May 2011 contracts of turmeric at NMCE, Ahmedabad. NCDEX, Mumbai had earlierwithdrawn this special margin on their running contracts.2.8.7 In view of the volatility in the price of Kapas, NCDEX, Mumbai imposed special margin 17
  • on longs @ 5% on the Kapas contract. On a request from the Exchange, the Commission furtherenhanced the margins by another 10% on the long side and conveyed its approval on 17.2.2011.As the Kapas contracts were also being traded at the MCX, the Commission, in order to bringuniformity in the margins at the National Exchanges, also imposed special margins @ 15% on thelong open positions in Kapas contracts at MCX2.8.8 The prices of Mentha oil contracts traded at MCX, which were more or less steady duringthe period 15.02.2011 to 12.03.2011, started rising following hectic trading activity on theexchange platform. There was, however, no significant price movement in the spot market duringthe corresponding period. After investigating the issue, the Commission directed the MCX on21.03.2011 to impose additional special margin of 10 % (5 % in cash) on the long position ofMarch, 2011 & April, 2011 contracts with effect from 23.03.2011. The said margin was inaddition to the additional margins of 10 % (5 % in cash) on long & short side, special margin of10 % (5 % in cash) on long side and initial margins which were already in force. With theimposition of the additional special margin, the total margin on short position (inclusive ofadditional, special & initial) applicable to all the Mentha contracts was 15 % ( 5 % in cash) and35 % (15 % in cash) on long position of March, 2011 & April, 2011 contracts & 20 % (10 % incash) on long position in respect of other contracts.2.8.9 NCDEX issued a circular on 8th March, 2011, reducing the special margin payable onlongs from 20 % to 10% on Guarseed and Guar gum contracts with effect from 9th March, 2011.In order to bring uniformity in special margin on Guarseed and Guar gum contracts, acrossexchanges, the Commission on 8th March, 2011, reduced the special margin payable on longsfrom 20% to 10% at the NMCE, Ahmedabad and MCX, Mumbai as well. With this revision inthe special margin, the total special margin (Including special cash margin) at the NationalExchanges for Guar gum & Guarseed contracts stands at 10 % on the long side.B. Revision in the open position limits2.8.10 The Commission, on 1st November 2010 revised upward the open position limits inrespect of Copper and Nickel contracts traded on the National Exchanges. The revised limits areas under: Commodity Aggregate OI (MT) Member Client Copper 20,000 MT or 15% of the market wide 4000 MT open position whichever is higher Nickel 2500 MT or 15% of the market wide open 500 MT position whichever is higher2.8.11 On the basis of the representations received by the Commission to revise open interestlimits of trades in commodities, and after evaluation of the contracts, the Commission on 25thFebruary, 2011 revised the Open Interest Limit both aggregate (all contracts) limits and delivery(near) month limits – in respect of certain agricultural commodities with effect from 25thFebruary, 2011. The revised position limits are given in Annexure – IV.2.8.12 The Commission also reviewed the open position limits in the non-agri contracts in thelight of the past performance of the contracts and the representations received from theExchanges and revised the open position limits for 19 contracts with effect from 11th March,2011. The revised limits are given in Annexure – V. 18
  • 2.8.13 Enhancement of hedge positions to the ITC Limited: Based on the recommendations of the NCDEX, position limits on the short side in respectof Soybean contracts to the ITC Limited was enhanced by the Commission, subject to certainconditions. It was decided that the short hedge position allowed to the ITC Limited would notexceed 2,00,000 MT or 15% of the total market open position, whichever is more, in all thecontracts of Soybean. The ITC was allowed to avail the above short hedge position limits inSoyabean contracts till 30th September 2011.2.9. Directives Issued to the National Exchanges:2.9.1 Regulation of Intermediaries: With a view to streamline the regulation of intermediaries, the Commission, on 28th July,2010, issued directives to the exchanges on the “Regulatory Framework for Market Accessthrough Authorized Persons in Commodity Futures Markets”. The Commodity FuturesExchanges were directed to discontinue the system of sub-brokers and switch over to the systemof Authorized Persons (APs) for giving market access to the clients trading in these marketsthrough the APs.2.9.2 Early pay-in facility and Early Delivery Systema) The Commission revisited earlier directives (issued on 28th March 2007) with regard toearly-pay in facility in agri commodities on certain suggestions received from the marketparticipants and directed the National Exchanges on 18th October 2010, that they may exemptcharging delivery margins from the market participants who have moved their goods to theExchange warehouse. By these new directives, the earlier condition of giving compulsorydelivery intention after getting exemption from delivery margin has been dispensed with.b) Impact of early delivery system on the trade pattern of Pepper, Mentha Oil, Rubber,Soyabean, Soya Oil, Guarseed contracts was studied from time to time. The facility was extendedto Steel long contracts on 26th October 2010.2.9.3 Fixing of Price limit on the first day of new contracts: The Commission, after considering the operational difficulties experienced by theNational Exchanges for fixing of price limit on the first day of the contracts, issued reviseddirectives on 24th January 2011 to the National Exchanges as follows: a) The Exchanges may take the weighted average price of the first half hour (the first half hour of trading will not have any price limit) as the base price for fixing of price limit for the first day of contract. b) In case there is absence of trade during the first half hour, then the weighted average price of the first one hour trade may be considered for the fixing of base price for arriving at the price limit on the first day of the contract. c) If there is no trading during the first hour of the day then the weighted average price of the first 20 trades may be taken as the base price for fixing of daily price limit for the first day of the contract. d) The price limit for the rest of the day will be based on the base price arrived at as per (a), (b), or (c) above as the case may be, with usual daily price limit on the base price 19
  • for the commodity, in that order of preference. The base price for the price-limit for contracts other than near month contract, would also be fixed accordingly, except that the first day for the contract would be the first day on which there is trading in those contracts.2.9.4 Fixation of Due Date Rate: The Commission issued directives on 1st February, 2011 to the Commodity-Specific(Regional) Exchanges on fixing of Due Date Rate for the contracts traded in their Exchange. Theguidelines issued are enclosed as Annexure – VI.2.9.5 UCC details: To ensure market and financial integrity in the commodity market, the Commission, on7th March, 2011 directed the National Exchanges not to allow execution of trades withoutuploading the UCC details including PAN numbers., address etc by the members of theExchange.2.10 Developmental Measures: The developmental measures taken by FMC during the year aimed at; Strengthening regulatory mechanism by regular interaction with various market constituents. Increasing participation in the market by creating awareness of the practices prevalent and the economic functions of the market. Building the capabilities of the futures industry in the country by attracting trained manpower. The developmental initiatives of the FMC comprise conducting of awareness programmes, meetings with stakeholders, conducting training programmes, tie ups with educational institutions, conducting studies and collaboration with international regulators.2.10.1 Meeting with the various stakeholders/conferences: The Commission conducted various meetings with different categories of stakeholders of the futures market to take feed back from them to improve the functioning of the futures markets. The inputs received during these meetings were utilized while framing the regulatory policies in the Commission. Some important meetings held are as under: An awareness meet for the arbitrators of the National Exchanges in West Zone was held at Mumbai on 28th July, 2010 A meeting for the aggregators was held at Kochi on 12th August, 2010. An awareness meet for the arbitrators of the National Exchanges in North Zone was held at New Delhi on 21st August, 2010. An awareness meet for the arbitrators of the National Exchanges in East Zone was held at Kolkata on 26th November, 2010. An awareness meet for the arbitrators of the National Exchanges in South Zone was held at Chennai on 17th December, 2010.2.10.2 Awareness programmes. During 2010-11, 829 awareness programmes were organized for various participantssuch as farmers, processors, exporters; banks, cooperatives, members of exchanges and their 20
  • clients, students and faculty members, agricultural universities etc. Of these 486 programmeswere exclusively held for farmers. During 2009-10, 515 awareness programmes were held, out ofwhich 423 were exclusively held for the farmers. Details of awareness programmes held during2010-11 are given in Annexure VII –A & B.2.10.3 Training/Capacity Building Programmes: The Commission has tied up with various training institutions for conducting training tovarious segments of the trade. During the 2010-11, 79 training programmes were held for thebenefit of various functionaries and three programmes were held for FMC Officers and staff. Thedetails of the capacity building programmes held for various functionaries are given inAnnexure -VIII.2.10.4 International training/conferences/meetings During the year 2010-11, the officers of the Commission and the officers of theDepartment of Consumer Affairs were nominated for various international training programmes,and also attended international conferences/ meetings organized by International Organisations/Regulatory bodies like IOSCO, FIA, CFTC in different countries of the world. The details of theforeign visits of the officers of the Commission may be seen at Annexure- IX.2.10.5 Registration of Members of the Recognized Exchange: The system of membership registration continued during the period (01-04-2010 to 31-03-2011). The total number of members registered up to March 2011 is 5162. 250 intermediariesare registered with the FMC, out of which 38 are warehouses and 212 are others (viz.Assayers,Depository Participants, Clearing Banks & others.)2.10.6 Inspection of books of accounts of Exchanges and their members: The Commission has been inspecting the books of accounts of the Exchange Membersparticularly of 3 National level Commodity Exchanges, viz. MCX, Mumbai, NCDEX, Mumbaiand NMCE, Ahmedabad on a regular basis since 2006-07. During the F.Y. 2010-11, 280 newaudits of members of the National Commodity Exchanges were assigned. Besides, audit of 3National Exchanges, 14 Regional Exchanges and 1 special audit were also assigned to theAuditors.2.10.7 Attending to Client Complaints/Grievances The Commission receives complaints from the clients registered with the ExchangeMembers alleging unauthorized trades being executed by the Members in their account, contractnotes/account statements not being received from the members, misutilisation of clients’ moneyetc. The complaints are forwarded to the respective exchanges for settling the grievances of theclients expeditiously. During the year 2010-11, 64 complaints were redressed. During the sameperiod 103 fresh complaints were received. Several guidelines were also issued to the Exchangesto streamline their systems of redressal of client’s grivences. 21
  • CHAPTER III COMMODITY FUTURES MARKET IN 2010-11– A REVIEW3. The Indian Commodity Futures Markets continued to grow, despite the suspension offutures trading in a few agricultural commodities. During the year, 113 commodities wereregulated under the auspices of the recognized Exchanges. During 2010-11, 21 recognizedexchanges were functioning. Out of the 113 commodities, regulated by the FMC, in terms ofvalue of trade, Silver, Gold, Copper, Nickel, Zinc, Lead, Soy Oil, Guarseed, Chana, Pepper, andJeera were the prominently traded commodities. The table below indicates the commodity wise/group wise volume and value of trade inthe commodity market during the year. Volume of Trading and Value of Trade during the year 2010-11 in Major Commodities Volume of Trading – In lakh tonne Value - In ` Crore Sr.No Name of the Commodity 2010-11 Volume Value A Bullion i Gold 0.14 2700607.00 ii Silver 7.24 2793280.23 iii Platinum 0.0000002 4.89 Total for A 7.38 5493892.12 B Metals other than Bullion i Aluminum 110.17 114081.70 ii Copper 335.36 1239261.20 iii Lead 356.88 366422.24 iv Nickel 44.83 478789.31 v Steel 86.66 22759.03 Vi Tin 0.002 18.35 Vii Zinc 463.25 465375.27 viii Iron 12.56 965.89 Total for B 1409.72 2687672.99 C Agricultural commodities i Chana/Gram 523.59 126158.29 ii Wheat 26.78 3316.88 iii Maize 16.36 1730.06 iv Soy Oil 617.15 345286.26 v Mentha Oil 6.21 60527.10 vi Guarseed 1056.04 254690.88 vii Guar Gum 83.15 49942.57 viii Potato 269.22 14428.17 22
  • Volume of Trading and Value of Trade during the year 2010-11 in Major Commodities Volume of Trading – In lakh tonne Value - In ` Crore Sr.No Name of the Commodity 2010-11 Volume Value ix Chillis 11.31 8493.79 x Jeera(Cuminseed) 42.53 60864.48 xi Cordmom 0.77 10882.04 xii Pepper 42.25 84786.09 xiii Rubber 11.78 23846.92 xiv other agri 1461.21 411436i.10 Total for C 4168.35 1456389.62 D Energy 7220.12 2310958.58 E Other 0.00 29.04 Grand Total (A+B+C+D+E) 12805.57 11948942.35 Note: Natural Gas, Heating Oil & Gasoline Volumes are not included in the Total Volume. The details of major commodities traded in the top 5 Commodity Exchanges whichaccounted for 99% of the total value of trade in 2010-11 are given below:-I) MULTI COMMODITY EXCHANGE OF INDIA, MUMBAI (MCX) During 2010-11, MCX accounted for 82.36% of the total value of trade in the commoditymarket. In actual terms, the total value of trade in the MCX was ` 98.42 lakh crore. During theyear, 39 commodities were traded at the MCX platform amongst which predominantcommodities traded during the year were Silver, Gold, Crude Oil, Copper, Nickel, Zinc and Lead.The total value of trade and percentage share of each of these predominantly traded commoditiesat MCX, Mumbai in 2010-11 is given below: TOTAL VOLUME & VALUE OF COMMODITIES TRADED AT MCX, MUMBAI 2010-11 VOLUME (IN SHARE OF VALUE ( ` INS.NO COMMODITY LAKH VALUE TO CRORES) TONNES) TOTAL 1 SILVER 6.97 2700017.25 27.44 2 GOLD 0.13 2469246.20 25.09 3 CRUDEOIL 6317.99 1764067.84 17.92 4 COPPER 309.80 1145074.86 11.64 5 NICKEL 43.55 464577.93 4.72 6 ZINC 388.87 389457.78 3.96 7 LEAD 300.60 306414.62 3.11 8 OTHER 515.40 602646.43 6.12 TOTAL 7839.71 9841502.91 100.00 23
  • @ Volume of trading of Natural Gas not included in the total as the Unit of trading is in mmBtu.The graphical presentation of the percentage share of the prominently traded commodities atMCX Mumbai is given below. % SHARE OF THE VALUE OF THE COMMODITIES TRADED AT MCX,MUMBAI DURING April2010 TO March 2011 LEAD OTHER 3.11% 6.12% ZINC 3.96% NICKEL 4.72% SILVER 27.44% COPPER 11.64% CRUDEOIL GOLD 17.92% 25.09% SILVER GOLD CRUDEOIL COPPER NICKEL ZINC LEAD OTHER1. Silver The ready price of Silver, which was quoted at ` 26,875 per kg on 31.03.2010, rose to` 55,900 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 108%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 26,935 per kg (May 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 55,970 per kg (May 2011contract) on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 107.80%. Spot & Futures prices of Silver at MCX 60000 57500 55000 52500 50000 47500 Rs. per Kg 45000 42500 40000 37500 35000 32500 30000 27500 25000 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 5-May-10 5-Jul-10 4-Sep-10 4-Dec-10 5-Mar-11 5-May-11 5-Jul-11 5-Sep-11 5-Dec-11The total quantity traded in all contracts of silver was 6.97462 Lakh tonnes valued at` 2700017.249 crore.2. Gold: 24
  • The ready price of Gold, which was quoted at ` 16300 per 10 gm on 31.03.2010 rose to` 20760 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 27.36%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 16295 per 10 gm (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010, rose to ` 20693 (April 2011contract) per 10 gm on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 26.99%. Spot & Futures prices of Gold at MCX 22000 21500 21000 20500 20000 Rs. per 10 Gm 19500 19000 18500 18000 17500 17000 16500 16000 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 5-Apr-10 5-Jun-10 5-Aug-10 5-Oct-10 4-Dec-10 5-Feb-11 5-Apr-11 4-Jun-11 5-Aug-11 5-Oct-11 The total quantity traded in for all contracts of Gold traded was 0.12890 Lakh tonnesvalued at ` 2469246.201crore.3. Crude Oil The ready price of Crude Oil which was quoted at ` 3702 per Barrel on 31.03.2010 roseto ` 4668 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 26.09%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 3751 per Barrel (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 4744 (April 2011contract) per Barrel on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 26.47%. Spot & Futures prices of Crude Oil at M CX 5000 4750 4500 4250 Rs. per Barrel 4000 3750 3500 3250 3000 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 19-Apr-10 19-May-10 21-Jun-10 19-Jul-10 19-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 20-Oct-10 18-Nov-10 17-Dec-10 19-Jan-11 21-Feb-11 21-Mar-11 18-Apr-11 19-May-11 20-Jun-11 19-Jul-11 19-Aug-11 19-Sep-11 The total quantity traded in Crude Oil was 6317.99250 lakh tonnes valued at` 1764067.835 crore.4. Copper The ready price of Copper, which was quoted at ` 353.05 per kg on 31.03.2010 rose to` 421.85 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 19.49%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 351.35 per kg (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010, rose to ` 425.30 per kg (April 25
  • 2011 contract) on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 21.05%. Spot & Future s price s of Copper at MCX 475 455 435 415 395 Rs. per Kg 375 355 335 315 295 275 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 30-Apr-10 30-Jun-10 31-Aug-10 30-Nov-10 28-Feb-11 29-Apr-11 30-Jun-11 30-Aug-11 The total quantity traded in Copper contracts was 309.80351 lakh tonnes valued at` 1145074.858 crore.5. Nickel The ready price of Nickel, which was quoted at ` 1125.70 per kg on 31.03.2010, rose to` 1164.40 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 3.44%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 1125.20 per kg (March 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010, rose to ` 1164.40 per kg(March 2011 contract) on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 3.48%. Spot & Future s price s of Nick e l at MCX 1350 1300 1250 1200 1150 R per Kg 1100 s. 1050 1000 950 900 850 ar-10 ay-10 ay-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 ct-10 ct-10 ov-10 ov-10 ec-10 ec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 ar-11 ar-11 ar-11 ep-10 ep-10 ep-10 pr-10 pr-10 ug-10 ug-10 13-O 27-O 31-M 2-M 16-M 30-M 12-M 26-M 14-A 28-A 10-N 24-N 8-D 22-D 1-S 15-S 29-S 4-A 18-A SPOT 31-Mar-10 30-Apr-10 28-May-10 30-Jun-10 30-Jul-10 31-Aug-10 30-Sep-10 29-Oct-10 30-Nov-10 31-Dec-10 31-Jan-11 28-Feb-11 31-Mar-11 28-Apr-11 31-May-11 The total quantity traded in Nickel contracts was 43.54921 lakh tonnes valued at` 464577.933 crore.6. Zinc The ready price of Zinc, which was quoted at ` 106.50 per kg on 31.03.2010 declined to` 103.50 on 31.03.2011, showing a fall of 2.82%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 106.45 per kg (March 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 declined to ` 103.50 per kg(March 2011 contract) on 31.03.2011 showing a fall of 2.77%. 26
  • Spot & Future s price s of Zinc at MCX 120 115 110 105 Rs. per Kg 100 95 90 85 80 75 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 31-Mar-10 30-Apr-10 28-May-10 30-Jun-10 30-Jul-10 31-Aug-10 30-Sep-10 29-Oct-10 30-Nov-10 31-Dec-10 31-Jan-11 28-Feb-11 31-Mar-11 28-Apr-11 31-May-11 The total quantity traded in Zinc contracts was 388.86900 lakh tonnes valued at `389457.777 crore.7. Lead The ready price of Lead, which was quoted at ` 95.70 per kg on 31.03.2010 rose to `121.45 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 26.91%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 95.75 per kg (March 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 121.45 per kg (March2011 contract) on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 26.84%. Spot & Future s price s of LEAD at MCX 125 120 115 110 105 Rs. per Kg 100 95 90 85 80 75 ar-10 ay-10 ay-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 ar-11 ar-11 ar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 ug-10 ug-10 31-M 2-M 16-M 30-M 12-M 26-M 4-A 18-A SPOT 31-Mar-10 30-Apr-10 28-May-10 30-Jun-10 30-Jul-10 31-Aug-10 30-Sep-10 29-Oct-10 30-Nov-10 31-Dec-10 31-Jan-11 28-Feb-11 31-Mar-11 28-Apr-11 31-May-11 The total quantity traded in Lead contracts was 300.59875 lakh tonnes valued at `306414.617 crore.8. Natural Gas The ready price of Natural Gas, which was quoted at ` 178.50 per mmBtu on 31.03.2010rose to ` 195 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 9.24%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 177.60 per mmBtu (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 197.40 per mmBtu(April 2011 contract) on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 11.15%. 27
  • Spot & Futures prices of NATURAL GAS at MCX 250 225 Rs. per mmBtu 200 175 150 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 27-Apr-10 25-May-10 25-Jun-10 27-Jul-10 26-Aug-10 27-Sep-10 26-Oct-10 23-Nov-10 27-Dec-10 25-Jan-11 23-Feb-11 28-Mar-11 26-Apr-11 25-May-11 27-Jun-11 The total quantity traded in Natural Gas contracts was 14820403750 mmBtu valued at `284930.549 crore.II) THE NATIONAL COMMODITY & DERIVATIVES EXCHANGE LTD., MUMBAI(NCDEX) During 2010-11, NCDEX, Mumbai accounted for 11.81% of the total value of trade inthe commodity market. In actual terms the total value of trade in the NCDEX, Mumbai was `14.10 lakh crore. During the year, 34 commodities were traded at NCDEX, Mumbai. Amongstwhich prominent commodities traded during the year were Soya Oil, Guar Seed, Crude oil,Chana, Soyabean, Rape Seed/Mustard Seed, and Pepper at NCDEX, Mumbai. The total value oftrade and the percentage share of each of these commodities to the total value of trade at NCDEX,Mumbai is given below.TOTAL VOLUME & VALUE OF COMMODITIES TRADED AT NCDEX,MUMBAI. 2010-11 VOLUME (IN SHARE OF COMMODITY VALUE ( ` IN S. NO LAKH VALUE TO CRORES) TONNES) TOTAL 1 SOYA_OIL 464.50 260362.79 18.46 2 GUAR_SEED 1021.97 246283.33 17.46 3 CRUDE_OIL 653.15 193090.55 13.69 4 CHANA 467.68 112736.16 7.99 5 SOYABEAN 457.03 101645.48 7.21 RAPE_MUSTARD_ 6 315.03 87161.91 6.18 SEED 7 PEPPER 39.97 80460.50 5.70 8 OTHER 701.51 328861.49 23.31 Total 4120.84 1410602.21 100.00 28
  • The graphical presentation of the percentage share of the prominently tradedcommodities at NCDEX, Mumbai is given below. % SHARE OF THE VALUE OF THE COMMODITIES TRADED AT NCDEX,MUMBAI DURING April2010 to March 2011 OTHER SOYA_OIL 23.31% 18.46% GUAR_SEED 17.46% PEPPER 5.70% RAPE_MUSTARD_SEED 6.18% CRUDE_OIL 13.69% SOYABEAN 7.21% CHANA 7.99% SOYA_OIL GUAR_SEED CRUDE_OIL CHANA SOYABEAN RAPE_MUSTARD_SEED PEPPER OTHER1. Soy Oil The ready price of Soy Oil, which was quoted at ` 450.60 per 10 Kg on 31.03.2010 roseto ` 591.20 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 31.20%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 449.95 per 10 kg (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 599.65 (April 2011contract) per 10 Kg on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 33.27%. SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SOY OIL TRADED AT NCDEX 700 675 650 625 RS. PER 10 KG 600 575 550 525 500 475 450 425 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 20-Apr-10 20-May-10 18-Jun-10 20-Jul-10 20-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 20-Oct-10 19-Nov-10 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 19-Aug-11 The total quantity traded in Soy Oil was 464.50 lakh tonnes valued at ` 260362.786crore.2. Guar Seed: The ready price of Guar Seed, which was quoted at ` 2302.45 per 100 Kg on 31.03.2010 29
  • rose to ` 2833.05 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 23.05%. In the futures section, the price whichwas quoted at ` 2301 per 100 kg (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 2781 (April 2011contract) per 100 Kg on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 20.86%. SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF GUAR SEED TRADED AT NCDEX 3500 3250 3000 RS.PER 100 KG 2750 2500 2250 2000 1750 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 20-Apr-10 20-May-10 18-Jun-10 20-Jul-10 20-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 20-Oct-10 19-Nov-10 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 19-Aug-11 20-Sep-11 The total quantity traded in for all contracts of Guar Seed traded was 1021.96 Lakhtonnes valued at ` 246283.334 crore.4. Crude Oil The ready price of Crude Oil, which was quoted at ` 3748.25 per Barrel on 31.03.2010rose to ` 4739.94 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 26.46%. In the futures section, the pricewhich was quoted at ` 3731 per Barrel (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 4744 (April2011 contract) per Barrel on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 27.15%. SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF Crude oil TRADED AT NCDEX 5000 4750 4500 RS. PER Barrel 4250 4000 3750 3500 3250 3000 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 19-Apr-10 19-May-10 21-Jun-10 19-Jul-10 19-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 19-Oct-10 18-Nov-10 17-Dec-10 19-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 21-Mar-11 18-Apr-11 19-May-11 20-Jun-11 The total quantity traded in all contracts of Crude Oil was 653.15 Lakh tonnes valued at `193090.551 crore.4. Chana The ready price of Chana, which was quoted at ` 2259.55 per 100 Kg on 31.03.2010 roseto ` 2288.05 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 1.26%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 2289 per 100 kg (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 2386 (April 2011contract) per 100 Kg on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 4.24%. 30
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CHANA TRADED AT NCDEX 3000 2800 RS. PER 100 KG 2600 2400 2200 2000 31-Mar-10 12-May -10 26-May -10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-O ct-10 27-O ct-10 10-Nov -10 24-Nov -10 8-Dec -10 22-Dec -10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 20-Apr-10 20-May-10 18-Jun-10 20-Jul-10 20-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 20-Oct-10 19-Nov-10 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 19-Aug-11 The total quantity traded in all contracts of Chana was 467.68 Lakh tonnes valued at `112736.155 crore.5. Soya Bean The ready price of Soya Bean, which was quoted at ` 2029 per 100 Kg on 31.03.2010rose to ` 2308 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 13.75%. In the futures section, the price whichwas quoted at ` 2038 per 100 kg (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 2338.50 (April2011 contract) per 100 Kg on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 14.74%. SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SOY BEAN TRADED AT NCDEX 2700 2550 RS.PER 100 KG 2400 2250 2100 1950 1800 21-Jul-10 8-Dec-10 2-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 16-Feb-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 20-Apr-10 20-May-10 18-Jun-10 20-Jul-10 20-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 20-Oct-10 19-Nov-10 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 19-Aug-11 The total quantity traded in Soya Bean contracts was 457.03 lakh tonnes valued at` 101645.477 crore.6. R/M Seed The ready price of R/M Seed, which was quoted at ` 2524.75 per 100 Kg on 31.03.2010rose to ` 2568.50 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 1.73%. In the futures section, the price whichwas quoted at ` 2526.75 per 100 kg (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 2686 (April2011 contract) per 100 Kg on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 6.30%. 31
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF RM SEED TRADED AT NCDEX 3250 3000 RS.PER 100 KG 2750 2500 2250 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 20-Apr-10 20-May-10 18-Jun-10 20-Jul-10 20-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 20-Oct-10 19-Nov-10 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 The total quantity traded in R/M Seed contracts was 315.03 lakh tonnes valued at` 87161.913 crore.7. Pepper The ready price of Pepper, which was quoted at ` 14800.45 per 100 Kg on 31.03.2010rose to ` 24142.85 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 63.12%. In the futures section, the pricewhich was quoted at ` 15022 per 100 kg (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 24594(April 2011 contract) per 100 Kg on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 63.72%. SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF PEPPER TRADED AT NCDEX 27500 26000 24500 RS. PER 100 KG 23000 21500 20000 18500 17000 15500 14000 31-M ar-10 12-M ay -10 26-M ay -10 9-J un-10 23-J un-10 7-J ul-10 21-J ul-10 13-O c t-10 27-O c t-10 10-N ov -10 24-N ov -10 8-D ec -10 22-D ec -10 5-J an-11 19-J an-11 2-F eb-11 16-F eb-11 2-M ar-11 16-M ar-11 30-M ar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 SPOT 20-Apr-10 20-May-10 18-Jun-10 20-Jul-10 20-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 20-Oct-10 19-Nov-10 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 19-Aug-11 20-Sep-11 The total quantity traded in Pepper contracts was 39.96 lakh tonnes valued at` 80460.498 crore.III) NATIONAL MULTI-COMMODITY EXCHANGE OF INDIA LIMITED,AHMEDABAD (NMCE) During 2010-11, NMCE, Ahmedabad accounted for 1.83% of the total value of trade inthe commodity market. In actual terms, the total value of trade in the NMCE, Ahmedabad was `21.84 lakh crore. During the year, 24 commodities were traded at NMCE, Ahmedabad. Amongstwhich prominent commodities traded during the year were Rubber, Sacking, Copper, Lead, andAluminium. The total value of trade and the percentage share of each of these commodities to the 32
  • total value of trade at NMCE, Ahmedabad is given below. TOTAL VOLUME AND VALUE OF TRADE AT NMCE, AHMEDABAD 2010-11 Sr. No. COMMODITIES TOTAL TOTAL % SHARE TO VOLUME VALUE ( ` IN THE TOTAL (IN LAKH CRORE) VALUE TONNES) 1. RUBBER 11.78 23846.36 10.92 2. SACKING 31.51 16734.57 7.66 3. COPPER 4.05 15256.03 6.99 4. LEAD 14.09 14787.23 6.77 5. ALUMINIUM 5 13.82 14711.08 6.74 MT 6. OTHERS 247.54 133075.63 60.93 Grand Total 322.79 218410.904 100.001. Rubber:- The ready price of Rubber at NMCE, Ahmedabad, which was quoted at ` 15631 perquintal on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 23100 on 31.3.2011 registering a rise of 47.78 % over the year. In the future section, the prices of Rubber, which was quoted at ` 15704 per quintal on31.3.2010 (April 2010 contract) rose to ` 24850 on 31.3.2011 (July 2011 Contact) registering arise of 58.24 % over the year. The graph indicating ready and future prices is given below. Spot and future prices of Rubber at NMCE,Ahmedabad 27000.00 26000.00 25000.00 24000.00 23000.00 22000.00 Rs.per 100 Kg 21000.00 20000.00 19000.00 18000.00 17000.00 16000.00 15000.00 14000.00 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 Date Spot Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 The total quantity traded at NMCE during the period 11.78 Lakh tones and Value thereofwas ` 23846.36 Crore. 33
  • 2. Sacking:- The ready price of Sacking at NMCE, Ahmedabad, which was quoted at ` 2972.60 per100 Bags on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 3383.33 on 31.3.2011 registering a rise of 13.82 % over theyear. In the futures section the price of Sacking, which was quoted at ` 3022 per 100 Bags on31.3.2010 (April 2010 contract) rose to ` 3441 on 31.3.2011 (July 2011 Contract) registering arise of 13.86% over the year. The graph indicating ready and future prices is given below. Spot and futures prices of Sacking at NMCE, Ahmedabad. 3900.00 3800.00 3700.00 3600.00 Rs. per 100 Bags 3500.00 3400.00 3300.00 3200.00 3100.00 3000.00 2900.00 12-May-10 26-May-10 31-Mar-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 Date Spot Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 The total quantity traded at NMCE during the period 31.51 Lakh tones and Value thereofwas ` 16734.57 Crore.3. Copper:- The ready price of Copper at NMCE, Ahmedabad, which was quoted at ` 353.05 per Kgon 31.3.2010, rose to ` 419.70 on 31.3.2011 registering a rise of 18.88 % over the year. In the futures section, the price of Copper, which was quoted at ` 350.80 per Kg on31.3.2010 (April 2010 contract) rose to ` 435 on 31.3.2011 (August 2011 Contact) registering arise of 24 % over the year. The graph indicating ready and future prices is given below. 34
  • Spot and future prices of Copper at NMCE,Ahmedabad. 500.00 450.00 Rs. per 1 KG 400.00 350.00 300.00 250.00 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 Date Spot Apr-10 Jun-10 Aug-10 Nov-10 Feb-11 Apr-11 Jun-11 Aug-11 The total quantity traded at NMCE during the period 4.05 lakh tones and Value thereof is` 15256.03 Crore.4. Lead:- The ready price of Lead at NMCE, Ahmedabad, which was quoted at ` 96.30 per Kg on31.03.2010 rose to ` 120.40 on 31.3.2011 registering a rise of 25.03% over the year. The future price of Lead, which was quoted at ` 96.30 per 1 Kg on 31.3.2010 (March2010 contract) rose to ` 121.60 on 31.3.2011 (May 2011 Contact) registering a rise of 26.27%over the year. The graph indicating ready and future prices is given below: Spot and future prices of Lead at NMCE,Ahm edabad. 130.00 120.00 110.00 Rs.Per 1 Kg 100.00 90.00 80.00 70.00 60.00 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 Date Spot 31-Mar-09 30-Apr-09 30-May-09 30-Jun-09 31-Jul-09 31-Aug-09 30-Sep-09 31-Oct-09 30-Nov-09 31-Dec-09 30-Jan-10 27-Feb-10 31-Mar-10 30-Apr-10 31-May-10 The total quantity traded at NMCE during the period was 14.09 Lakh tones and Valuethereof is ` 14787.23 Crore.5. Aluminium:- The ready price of Aluminium at NMCE, Ahmedabad, which was quoted at ` 101.80 perKg on 31.03.2010 rose to ` 115.90 on 31.3.2011 registering a rise of 13.85% over the year. In the futures section the price of Aluminium, which was quoted at ` 101.80 per 1 Kg on31.3.2010 (March 2010 contract) rose to ` 119 on 31.3.2011 (June 2011 Contact) registering arise of 16.90% over the year. The graph indicating ready and future prices is given below 35
  • Spot and future prices of Aluminium at NMCE,Ahmedabad 125.00 120.00 115.00 110.00 Rs.per 1 Kg 105.00 100.00 95.00 90.00 85.00 31-Mar-10 12-May-10 26-May-10 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 Date Spot Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 The total quantity traded at NMCE during the period 13.82 Lakh tones and Value thereofis ` 14711.08 Crore.IV) INDIAN COMMODITY EXCHANGE LTD. (ICEX), GURGAON During 2010-11, ICEX accounted for 3.16 % of the total value of trade in the commoditymarket. In actual terms the total value of trade in the ICEX, was ` 37.77 lakh crore. During theyear commodities were traded at ICEX. Amongst which prominent commodities traded duringthe year were Gold, Silver, Crude Oil and Copper cathod. The total value of trade and thepercentage share of each of these commodities to the total value of trade at ICEX are givenbelow.TOTAL VOLUME AND VALUE OF TRADE AT ICEX 2010-11 VOLUME (IN SHARE OF VALUE ( ` INS.NO COMMODITY LAKH VALUE TO CRORES) TONNES) TOTAL 1 GOLD 0.00815 153.71 40.54 2 SILVER 0.24612 83974.04 22.23 3 CRUDEOIL 248.35007 67769.65 17.94 COPPER 4 18.17394 65107.26 17.24 CATHODE 5 OTHER 20.14673 7765.21 2.06 Grand Total - (Except for Natural Gas VOT) 286.925004 377729.88 100.00 LT/Rs. Cr.1. Gold: The ready price of Gold, which was quoted at ` 16301.78 per 10 gm on 31.03.2010 roseto ` 20742.56 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 27.24%. In the futures section, the price whichwas quoted at ` 16294 per 10 gm (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose ` 20730 (April 2011contract) per 10 gm on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 27.22%. 36
  • Spot & Futures prices of Gold at ICEX 22000 21500 21000 20500 20000 Rs. per 10 Gm 19500 19000 18500 18000 17500 17000 16500 16000 31-Mar-10 9-May-10 22-May-10 4-Jun-10 17-Jun-10 30-Jun-10 13-Jul-10 26-Jul-10 12-Oct-10 25-Oct-10 7-Nov-10 20-Nov-10 3-Dec-10 16-Dec-10 29-Dec-10 11-Jan-11 24-Jan-11 6-Feb-11 19-Feb-11 4-Mar-11 17-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 3-Sep-10 16-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 13-Apr-10 26-Apr-10 8-Aug-10 21-Aug-10 SPOT 1-Apr-10 1-Jun-10 2-Aug-10 1-Oct-10 1-Dec-10 1-Feb-11 1-Apr-11 1-Jun-11 1-Aug-11 The total quantity traded in for all contracts of Gold traded was 0.00815 Lakh tonnesvalued at ` 153.714 crore.2. Silver The ready price of Silver, which was quoted at ` 26837.55 per kg on 31.03.2010 rose to `55836.50 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 108.05%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 26956 per Kg (May 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 raised ` 55941 per kg (May 2011contract) on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 107.53%. Spot & Futures prices of Silver at ICEX 62500 57500 52500 47500 Rs. per Kg 42500 37500 32500 27500 22500 31-Mar-10 9-May-10 22-May-10 4-Jun-10 17-Jun-10 30-Jun-10 13-Jul-10 26-Jul-10 12-Oct-10 25-Oct-10 7-Nov-10 20-Nov-10 3-Dec-10 16-Dec-10 29-Dec-10 11-Jan-11 24-Jan-11 6-Feb-11 19-Feb-11 4-Mar-11 17-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 3-Sep-10 16-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 13-Apr-10 26-Apr-10 8-Aug-10 21-Aug-10 SPOT 3-May-10 1-Jul-10 1-Sep-10 1-Dec-10 1-Mar-11 2-May-11 1-Jul-11 1-Sep-11 The total quantity traded in all contracts of silver was 0.24612 Lakh tonnes valued at` 83974.044 crore.3. Crude Oil The ready price of Crude Oil, which was quoted at ` 3750.23 per Barrel on 31.03.2010rose to ` 4702.98 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 25.41%. In the futures section, the pricewhich was quoted at ` 3752 per Barrel (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 rose ` 4746 (April2011 contract) per Barrel on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 26.49%. 37
  • Spot & Futures prices of Crude Oil at ICEX 5000 4750 4500 4250 Rs. per Barrel 4000 3750 3500 3250 3000 31-Mar-10 9-May-10 22-May-10 4-Jun-10 17-Jun-10 30-Jun-10 13-Jul-10 26-Jul-10 12-Oct-10 25-Oct-10 7-Nov-10 20-Nov-10 3-Dec-10 16-Dec-10 29-Dec-10 11-Jan-11 24-Jan-11 6-Feb-11 19-Feb-11 4-Mar-11 17-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 3-Sep-10 16-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 13-Apr-10 26-Apr-10 8-Aug-10 21-Aug-10 SPOT 19-Apr-10 19-May-10 21-Jun-10 19-Jul-10 19-Aug-10 20-Sep-10 20-Oct-10 18-Nov-10 17-Dec-10 19-Jan-11 21-Feb-11 21-Mar-11 18-Apr-11 19-May-11 20-Jun-11 The total quantity traded in Crude Oil was 248.35007 lakh tonnes valued at ` 67769.649crore.4. Copper The ready price of Copper, which was quoted at ` 353.33 per kg on 31.03.2010 rose to `421.21 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 19.21%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 351.35 per kg (April 2010 contract) on 31.03.2010 raised ` 425.10 per kg (April 2011contract) on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 20.99%. Spot & Futures prices of Copper at ICEX 470 460 450 440 430 420 410 400 Rs. per Kg 390 380 370 360 350 340 330 320 310 300 31-Mar-10 9-May-10 22-May-10 4-Jun-10 17-Jun-10 30-Jun-10 13-Jul-10 26-Jul-10 12-Oct-10 25-Oct-10 7-Nov-10 20-Nov-10 3-Dec-10 16-Dec-10 29-Dec-10 11-Jan-11 24-Jan-11 6-Feb-11 19-Feb-11 4-Mar-11 17-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 3-Sep-10 16-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 13-Apr-10 26-Apr-10 8-Aug-10 21-Aug-10 SPOT 30-Apr-10 30-Jun-10 31-Aug-10 30-Nov-10 28-Feb-11 29-Apr-11 30-Jun-11 31-Aug-11 The total quantity traded in Copper contracts was 18.17394 lakh tonnes valued at` 65107.264 crore.V) ACE COMMODITIES AND DERIVATIVES EXCHANGES ACE Derivatives and Commodities Exchanges Ltd. which was newly granted recognitionwas first permitted to trade in Mustard Seed, Refined Soya Oil, Castor Seed, Chana and SoyaBean Commodity contracts on 26th October, 2010. Subsequently permission was also granted totrade in Copper, Crude Oil, and Silver and Gold contracts on 7th December, 2010 and Sugarcontract was permitted on 24th December, 2010. Since October 2010, total value of commoditiestraded at ACE Commodities and Derivative Exchange Ltd., Ahmedabad was ` 30057.033 crore. , 38
  • ACE accounted for 0.25 % of the total value of trade in the commodity market. In actual terms,the total value of trade in the ACE was ` 30057.03 lakh crore. The total value of trade and thepercentage share of each of these commodities to the total value of trade at ACE Commoditiesand Derivatives Exchange Ltd. are given below. % SHARE OF THE VALUE OF THE COMM ODITIES TRADED AT ACE, AHMEDABAD, DURING April2010 to M arch 2011 CASTOR SUGAR 4.87% 0.91% CHANA 10.10% MUSTARD 14.62% REFSOYOIL 48.09% SOYBEAN 21.42% REFSOYOIL SOYBEAN MUSTARD CHANA CASTOR SUGAR TOTAL VOLUME AND VALUE OF TRADE AT ACE, AHMEDABAD 2010-11 VOLUME (IN SHARE OF VALUE ( ` IN S.NO COMMODITY LAKH VALUE TO CRORES) TONNES) TOTAL 1 REFSOYOIL 23.22870 14455.775 48.09 2 SOYBEAN 27.04400 6436.805 21.42 3 MUSTARD 15.43440 4393.967 14.62 4 CHANA 11.85010 3035.435 10.10 5 CASTOR 3.54960 1462.830 4.87 6 SUGAR 0.92510 272.221 0.91 Grand Total Lakh Tonnes ` 82.03190 30057.033 100.00 /Cr.1. Ref. Soya Oil: The ready price of Ref Soy Oil, which was quoted at ` 524 per 10 kg on 27.10.2010 roseto ` 591.45 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 12.87%. In the futures section, the price which wasquoted at ` 543.70 per 10 kg (December 2010 contract) on 27.10.2010 rose ` 599.80 (April 2011contract) per 10 kg on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 10.32%. 39
  • Spot & Futures prices of SOY OIL at ACE 700 675 650 Rs. per 10 kG 625 600 575 550 525 500 27-Oct-10 3-Nov-10 10-Nov-10 17-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 1-Dec-10 8-Dec-10 15-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 29-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 12-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 26-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 9-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 23-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 9-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 23-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 SPOT 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 The total quantity traded in for all contracts of Ref Soy Oil traded was 23.22870 Lakhtonnes valued at ` 14455.775 crore.2. Soya Bean The ready price of Soy Bean, which was quoted at ` 2164.30 per 100 kg on 27.10.2010rose to ` 2297.50 on 31.03.2011, showing a rise of 6.15%. In the futures section, the price whichwas quoted at ` 2254.50 per 100kg (December 2010 contract) on 27.10.2010 rose ` 2337.50(April 2011 contract) per 100 kg on 31.03.2011 showing a rise of 3.68%. Spot & Futures prices of SOY BEAN AT ACE 2600 2500 Rs. per100 Kg 2400 2300 2200 2100 27-Oct-10 3-Nov-10 10-Nov-10 17-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 1-Dec-10 8-Dec-10 15-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 29-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 12-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 26-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 9-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 23-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 9-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 23-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 SPOT 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 The total quantity traded in all contracts of Soya Bean was 27.04400 Lakh tonnes valuedat ` 6436.805 crore.3. R/M Seed The ready price of R/M Seed, which was quoted at ` 2770 per 100 kg on 27.10.2010declined to ` 2568 on 31.03.2011, showing a fall of 7.29%. In the futures section, the price whichwas quoted at ` 2864 per 100kg (December 2010 contract) on 27.10.2010 declined to ` 2687(April 2011 contract) per 100 kg on 31.03.2011 showing a fall of 6.18%. 40
  • Spot & Future s prices of CHANA AT ACE 2900 2800 2700 Rs. Per100 Kg 2600 2500 2400 2300 2200 27-Oct-10 3-Nov-10 10-Nov-10 17-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 1-Dec-10 8-Dec-10 15-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 29-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 12-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 26-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 9-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 23-Feb-11 2-Mar-11 9-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 23-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 SPOT 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 Spot & Futur es pr ices of R/M SEED AT ACE 3100 3000 2900 Rs. per 100 KG 2800 2700 2600 2500 27-Oct-10 3-Nov-10 10-Nov-10 17-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 1-Dec-10 8-Dec-10 15-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 29-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 12-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 26-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 9-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 23-Feb-11 ar-11 ar-11 ar-11 ar-11 ar-11 2-M 9-M 16-M 23-M 30-M SPOT 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-11 The total quantity traded in R/M Seed was 15.43440 lakh tonnes valued at ` 4393.967crore.4. Chana The ready price of Chana, which was quoted at ` 2371.50 per 100 kg on 27.10.2010declined to ` 2291.50 on 31.03.2011, showing a fall of 3.37%. In the futures section, the pricewhich was quoted at ` 2436 per 100kg (December 2010 contract) on 27.10.2010 declined to` 2383 (April 2011 contract) per 100 kg on 31.03.2011 showing a fall of 2.18%. The total quantity traded in Chana contracts was 11.85010 lakh tonnes valued at` 3035.435 crore.VI) NATIONAL BOARD OF TRADE (NBOT), INDORE The NBOT, Indore accounted for 0.43% of the total value of trade during the year 2010-11. In actual terms the total value of trade in NBOT, Indore was ` 51662.06 crore. During theyear, Soya bean, Soy oil and Mustard seed were traded at NBOT, Indore. Of these, Soya oilcontributed 99% to the total value of trade. TOTAL VOLUME AND VALUE OF TRADE AT NBOT, INDORE 2010-11 COMMODITIES TOTAL VOLUME TOTAL VALUE % SHARE TO THE (IN LAKH (IN `CRORE) TOTAL VALUE TONNES) SOY OIL 92.97 51607.55 99.89 OTHERS 0.26 54.51 0.11 41
  • TOTAL 93.23 51662.06 100.00NBOT1. Soy oil:- The ready price of Soy oil at NBOT, Indore which was quoted at ` 451 per 10 Kg on31.03.2010 rose to ` 590 on 31.3.2011 registering a rise of 30.82 % over the year. The price of Soy oil, which was quoted at ` 447.80 per 10 Kg on 31.3.2010 (April 2010contract) rose to ` 607.80 on 31.3.2011 (May 2011 Contact) registering a rise of 35.73% over theyear. The graph indicating ready and future prices is given below; Spot and future prices of Soy oil at NBOT,Indore. 690.00 640.00 590.00 Rs.per 10 Kg 540.00 490.00 440.00 390.00 12-May-10 26-May-10 31-Mar-10 14-Apr-10 28-Apr-10 4-Aug-10 18-Aug-10 10-Nov-10 24-Nov-10 2-Mar-11 16-Mar-11 30-Mar-11 9-Jun-10 23-Jun-10 7-Jul-10 21-Jul-10 1-Sep-10 15-Sep-10 29-Sep-10 13-Oct-10 27-Oct-10 8-Dec-10 22-Dec-10 5-Jan-11 19-Jan-11 2-Feb-11 16-Feb-11 Date Spot Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 The total quantity traded at NBOT, Indore during the period 92.97 Lakh tones and Valuethereof is ` 51607.55 Crore. The net open position of all the contracts traded at the Exchange was7960 MT as on 31st March 2011. 42
  • CHAPTER-IV ACTION AGAINST ILLEGAL FORWARD TRADING4. Rule 13 of the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Rules, 1954 states as under “The Commission shall communicate information in respect of the commission of anyoffence under the Act to the concerned police authorities and assist such authorities inscrutinizing documents referred to by them and in rendering such expert advice as may berequired by them”.4.1 In pursuance of the provisions of Rule 13 as cited above, the Commission keeps closesurveillance on the activities in illegal forward markets and communicates the intelligencethereon, to the concerned police authorities for their verification and enforcement action. Underthe Forward Contracts (Regulations) Act, 1952, powers to conduct search, seizure andprosecution in respect of the various offences committed under the Act, vest with the policeauthorities. The officers of the Enforcement Division of the Commission assist the policeauthorities, when requested, in organizing and conducting the raids. Further more, the Divisionalso assists the police authorities in scrutinizing the documents seized by them in the course oftheir raids against persons conducting illegal forward trading. Comprehensive scrutiny reportsare prepared in the Division, on the basis of the evidence contained in the documents seized andare then sent to the police authorities for further necessary action. Apart from carrying out thesetasks, the officers of the Enforcement Division also tender evidence in the different courts of lawas “Expert” witness, as and when summoned.4.2 Though the prohibition on futures trading under Section 17 of the Forward Contracts(Regulation) Act, 1952 has been revoked completely, the need of enforcement action wouldcontinue, as long as various other forms of illegal forward trading, like “Option” in goods, (whichis totally prohibited under the Act), and “dabba” trading are reportedly prevalent in various partsof the country.4.3 The availability of regulated trading platform for futures trading in number ofcommodities has helped in reducing the need or incentive for illegal forward trading to a largeextent.4.4 During the period between 01.04.2010 to 31.03.2011, the following enforcement actionswere initiated under Rule 13 of the FCR (Rules) 1954; 43
  • S. Activities Details No. 1 Enquiry & Enquiry and Inspection of 3 members and 2 Exchanges, Inspection of Books viz. NMCE Ahmedabad and FCEI, Kochi was and Accounts undertaken. 2 Surprise check Surprise check of One member and two regional of the exchanges were undertaken. Members/Excha nge: 3 Refereed to • Three Complaints regarding Dabba Trading have other agencies been forwarded to Commissioner of Police under Rule 13 Nagpur, Delhi and Mumbai respectively. of the Forward Contracts • One matter each referred to Director General of (Regulation) Police, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. Rules, 1954 and • Complaints about Dabba Trading have also been from other forwarded to SSP, Panjab, Neemuch Police, MP, agencies/ Police SPs, Sangli, and Maharashtra. Authorities. • Five cases refer to police departments: L.T. Marg Police Stattion, Mumbai Kalupur Police, Gujarat Dessa Police, Gujarat Palanpur Police, Gujarat 4. Court Cases During the year 2010-11, the Commission has been facing legal challenges through Court Cases. Seven important cases dealt with by the Commission in the year 2010-11.4.5 IMPORTANT COURT CASES: In its persistent efforts to strengthen the regulatory oversight of commodity derivativemarkets and its orderly development, the Commission has been facing legal challenges throughCourt Cases. Following are the important cases dealt with by the Commission in the year2010 -11.4.5.1 The National Commodity & Derivative Exchange Limited (NCDEX) filed a SpecialLeave Petition No. 9818 of 2009 on 18.04.2009 before the Hon’ble Supreme Court against theJudgment dated 5.2.2009 of the Bombay High Court upholding the validity of the Order passedby the Forward Markets Commission (FMC) restraining the Exchange from chargingdisproportionately low transaction charges. The Ld. Solicitor General appeared on behalf ofUnion of India and FMC. The matter was heard by the Hon’ble Supreme Court and the SLP wasdismissed on 10.05.10 as withdrawn.4.5.2 The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), in a petition filed before it byPXIL, passed an Order dated 28.4.2009 directing, inter alia, that Multi Commodity Exchange(MCX) and other Commodity Exchanges, which were permitted trading of forward contract byFMC at their platform shall be governed by the orders, guidelines, regulations and otherprescriptions of CERC. The said Order of the CERC bringing within its jurisdiction forward 44
  • contracts in electricity was, on the advice of Ministry of Law & Justice, challenged by theCommission through a Writ Petition filed before the Bombay High Court. While the WritPetition was pending before the High Court, the CERC in a Review Petition filed by MCX passedits order dt. 11.1.2010 making extensive changes in its earlier order dated 28.04.2009 ostensiblybut maintained that CERC would have regulatory oversight in respect of electricity forwardcontract. CERC also issued a Notification dated 20.1.2010 bringing into force CERC (PowerMarket) Regulations 2010 in order to bring forward contract in electricity within its jurisdiction.After hearing the matter at length, the Hon’ble Bombay High Court directed that Union of India(UOI) should also be impleaded through Cabinet Secretary, New Delhi and the Secretary,Ministry of Law and Justice, New Delhi and their say in the matter be filed. Thereafter theHon’ble High Court delivered its Judgment on 7.2.2011 declaring, inter alia, the CERC (PowerMarket) Regulation 2010 inoperative so far as futures contract in electricity is concerned. TheCourt also quashed and set aside the CERC orders dated 28.4.2009 and 11.1.2010 so far asreasoning and direction with regard to futures / forward contract in electricity. The Court has,further, declared that the Petitioner FMC and authority / Commission under it have no sole andexclusive jurisdiction to regulate and control forward trading / futures contract in electricity andalso CERC and authorities / commission under it.SLPs filed in the Supreme Court against thisorder are pending.4.5.3 M/s. Bhagwan Das Rameshwar Dayal & Anr. Filed Writ Petition No. 56509 of 2009before the Allahabad High Court for restoration of its trading rights in the Chamber ofCommerce, Hapur. The Union of India (UoI) and FMC were impleaded as Respondent in theW.P. The Commission filed counter affidavit before the Allahabad High Court. Subsequently thePetitioner filed application for withdrawal of the Writ Petition.4.5.4 M/s. Axis Overseas Ltd. filed Writ Petition No. 770 of 2009 before the Calcutta HighCourt seeking declaration of the provisions contained in the Rules, Bye-laws and Business Rulesof the MCX dealing with determination of Due Date Rate as illegal, null and void. The UoI andFMC were impleaded as Respondents in this case. The Commission filed a counter affidavit.The Hon’ble High Court dismissed the said Writ Petition on 3.8.2010.4.5.5 M/s. Yashdeep Trexim Pvt. Ltd., filed Writ Petition No. 904 of 2005 before the CalcuttaHigh Court seeking, inter alia, withdrawal of the recognition granted to the National MultiCommodity Exchange Ltd (NMCE); suspension of the trading rights of Collin Traders Pvt. Ltd.(a Member of NMCE) and directions to the Respondents for fixing settlement price of raw jute onthe basis of the rates of the Jute Corporation of India and the East India Jute and HessianExchange and Jute Traders Association. The UOI and FMC were impleaded as Respondentsrespectively. Subsequently, the petitioners, in the year 2010, informed NMCE that they will notproceed with the Writ Petition and that they are instructing their Advocates to withdraw the saidWrit Petition unconditionally.4.5.6 M/s. Mira Bhayander Jagruti Sansthan filed a Public Interest Litigation – PIL No. 50 of2010 before the Bombay High Court seeking directions to implement application of Sales Tax onfutures contracts traded on the Commodity Exchanges. The UOI and FMC were impleaded asRespondents alongwith Commodity Exchanges and Government of Maharashtra. TheCommission filed counter affidavit and the Learned Additional Solicitor General appeared onbehalf of the Commission. The Honourable Bombay High Court dismissed the PIL at admissionstage. 45
  • CHAPTER V ADMINISTRATION AND BUDGET The Commission comprises of Chairman Shri.Ramesh Abhishek, IAS and Shri. D. S.Kolamkar, IES Member of the Commission.5.1 The functioning of the Commission is done through five divisions, as given in Chapter I.5.1.1 The group-wise composition of sanctioned strength of the commission is given in Table-1 at page 47.5.1.2 The number of Officers and staff belonging to S.C., S.T, Ex-servicemen, OBC, andPhysically Handicapped categories in the Commission is at Table 2 on page 49. 5.1.3 There is one visually handicapped person and one orthopaedically handicapped person inthis office. There are neither separate budgetary provisions made for the benefit of persons withthe disability nor any special scheme for the benefit of such persons in this office. A statementgiving the details of persons with disability in the different groups viz, ‘A’,’B’,’C’,’D’, is givenat Table 2 on page 49.5.1.4 A committee for hearing grievances of women regarding sexual harassment at work placehas been constituted in this office.5.2 Budget The Budget Estimates of the Commission for the last five years and actual expenditureincurred there against are given below:-PLAN– BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS. Budget grant (Revised) Actual Expenditure Year (` Lakhs) ` (` Lakhs) ` PLAN NON-PLAN PLAN NON-PLAN2006-07 200 352 156.29 278.582007-08 1000 387 241.89 284.822008-09 400 467 331.51 406.372009-10 805 537.30 719.31 512.712010-11 1053 601 922.45 474.685.3 Implementation of Official Language policy of the Government. 46
  • In order to implement Official Language Policy, Official Language Act 1963 and OfficialLanguage Rules 1976, effectively, the Commission took number of initiatives. Quarterlymeetings of Official Language Implementation Committee were held regularly under theChairmanship of the Chairman, FMC. Progress made in different areas of operation was reviewedin the presence of senior officers of the Commission. Commission is poised to achieve the targetfixed in the Annual Programme. Hundred percent compliance of section 3(3) of OfficialLanguage Act 1963 was ensured. Rule 5 and 7 of Official Language Rules 1976 was compliedwith and proper check points have been devised to monitor the progress of Hindi. Four Hindiworkshops were organized during the year and officials were briefed about statutory provisionswith respect to the Official Language. During Hindi fortnight celebrations, which were observed from 2nd Sept. to 16th Sept.2010 various competitions were organized for the staff and they were honored with cash prizesand certificates. Proper representation of the Commission was ensured in various forums vizHindi Advisory Committee and Town Official Language Implementation Committee etc. TABLE - I STATEMENT SHOWING THE STAFF POSITION (AS ON 31st March 2011) Forward Markets Commission, Mumbai S. Name of Post Group Number of Post(s) No. (Gazetted/Non-Gazetted) Sanctio In Vacant and Pay Band + Grade Pay ned posit ion 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. Chairman 1 1 - HAG Rs.80000/- fixed 2. Member 2 2 - ` 37400-67000 - 10000 Group A 3. Economic Adviser, FMC 1 1 - ` 37400-67000 - 10000 4. Director,IES 1 1 - ` 15600-39100 + 8700 Director (Ex-cadre) ` 15600-39100 + 8700. Director (Ex-cadre) ` 15600-39100 + 7600 12 7* 5 6. A. Deputy Director (Gr.III 5 2 3 IES) ` 15600-39100 + 6600 B. Deputy Director(Ex-cadre) 13 7 6 15600-39100 + 6600 7. (A) Assistant Director (Ex 14 12 2 cadre) ` 15600-39100 + 5400 (B) Assistant Director 5 - 5 (Grade IV IES) ` 15600-39100 + 5400 Total Group ‘A’ 54 33 21 GROUP ‘B’ 47
  • S. Name of Post Group Number of Post(s)No. (Gazetted/Non-Gazetted) Sanctio In Vacant and Pay Band + Grade Pay ned posit ion 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. (C) Hindi Officer 1 1 - ` 15600-39100 + 5400 Assistant Secretary ` 9300-34800 + 4600 1 - 1 9. Senior P.S. 1 1 - ` 9300-34800 + 4800 10. Private Secretary 2 2 - ` 9300-34800 + 4200 11. Economic Officer 13 5 08 * ` 9300-34800 + 4600 Total ‘B’ Gazzetted 18 9 9 12. GROUP ‘B” Non-gazetted Superintendent 1 - 1 ` 9300-34800 + 4200 Total ‘B’ Non-gazetted 1 - 1 GROUP ‘C’ 13. Deputy Superintendent 1 1 - ` 9300-34800 + 4200 14. Stenographer Grade I 2 - 2 ` 9300-34800 + 4200 15. Translator (Mudia) 1 - 1 ` 9300-34800 + 4200 16. Translator (Gujarati) 1 1 - ` 9300-34800 + 4200 17. Jr. Hindi Translator 2 1 1 ` 9300-34800 + 4200 18. Junior Research Assistant 12 10 2 ` 9300-34800 + 4200 19. Stenographer Gr.II 2 2 - ` 9300-34800 + 4200 20. Assistant 2 2 - ` 9300-34800 + 4200 21. Stenographer Gr.III 5 - 5 ` 4000-100-6000 22. Upper Division Clerk 7 4 3 ` 5200-20200 + 2400 23. Lower Division Clerk 6 6 -- ` 5200-20200 + 1900 24. HindiTypist5200- 1 1 - 20200+1900 25. Staff Car Driver 1 - 1 ` 5200-20200 + 1800 26. Computor 4 1 3 ` 5200-20200 + 1900 Total of Group ‘C’ 47 29 18 GROUP ‘D’ 27. Gestetner Operator 1 1 - ` 5200-20200 + 1800 48
  • S. Name of Post Group Number of Post(s) No. (Gazetted/Non-Gazetted) Sanctio In Vacant and Pay Band + Grade Pay ned posit ion 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 28. Daftary 3 3 - ` 5200-20200 + 1800 29. Sr. Peon 1 1 - ` 5200-20200 + 1800 30. Peon 7 2 5 ` 5200-20200 + 1800 31. Hamal 1 - 1 ` 5200-20200 + 1800 32. Safaiwala 2 2 - ` 5200-20200 + 1800 Total Group ‘D’ 15 9 6 TOTAL:(A+B+C+D) 135 80 55 TABLE - IISTATEMENT SHOWING THE REPRESENTATION OF SC/ST/OBC/PH/VH/EXM OF OFFICERS (AS ON 31st March 2011)Group of Sanction Total Number of employees of Col.3 EX Womenpost ed post number belonging to M Employees of PH in position employee s in position SC ST OB V H O C H H H 1 2. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Group A 54 33 3 - 2 1 - - - 11(Gazetted) Group B 18 9 1 - 3 - - - - 2 Gazetted Group B 1 - - - - - - - - - Non- Gazetted Group C 47 29 5* - 3 1* - - 1 9 Group D 15 9 2 ** 2 1 2* - - - 3 * TOTAL 135 80 11 2 9 4 - 1 1 25 49
  • VH –Visually HandicappedHH – Hearing HandicappedOH – Orthopedically HandicappedEXM – Ex-servicemanThere are 39 temporary posts which are filled up for which yearly approval is required tobe obtained from the Ministry. The Recruitment Rules for the said posts are pending forapproval from the ministry. Hence, the bifurcation of SC/ST/OBC is not mentioned forthese posts.*One group C employee is SC as well as VH**One Group D employee is SC as well as VH. 50
  • Annexure ILIST OF COMMODITIES NOTIFIED UNDER SECTION 15 OF THE F.C. (R.) ACT1952. Sl. No. Commodity Sl. No. Commodity (I) FOOD GRAINS AND (III) SPICES PULSES 1 Arhar Chuni 60 Aniseed 2 Bajra 61 Betelnuts 3 Barley 62 Cardamom 4 Gram 63 Chillies 5 Gram Dal 64 Cinnamon 6 Guar 65 Cloves 7 Jowar 66 Coriander seed 8 Kulthi 67 Ginger 9 Lakh (Khesari) 68 Methi 10 Maize 69 Nutmegs 11 Masur 70 Pepper 12 Moth 71 Turmeric 13 Mung (IV) METALS 14 Mung Chuni 72 Copper 15 Mung Dal 73 Zinc 16 Peas 74 Lead 17 Ragi 75 Tin 18 Rice or Paddy 76 Gold 19 Small Millets (Kodan 77 Silver Kulti, Kodra, Korra, Vargu, Sawan, Rala, Kakun, Samai, Vari & Banti) 20 Tur Dal (Arhar Dal) 78 Silver Coins 21 Tur(Arhar) (V) FIBRES AND MANUFACTURES 22 Urad (Mash) 79 Art Silk Yarn 23 Urad dal 80 Cotton Cloth 24 Wheat 81 Cotton pods (II) OILSEEDS AND OILS 82 Cotton Yarn 25 Celeryseed 83 Indian Cotton (Full pressed, half pressed or loose) 26 Copra Oil/Coconut Oil 84 Jute goods (Hessian and Sackings and cloth and /or bags, twines and/or yarns mfd by any of the mills and/or any other manufacturers of whatever nature made from jute) 27 Copra Oilcake / Coconut 85 Kapas Oilcake 28 Copra/Coconut 86 Raw Jute (including Mesta) 29 Cottonseed 87 Staple Fibre Yarn 30 Cottonseed Oil (VI) OTHERS 31 Cottonseed Oilcake 88 Camphor 32 CPO Refined 89 Castor seed 51
  • Sl. No. Commodity Sl. No. Commodity 33 Crude Palm Oil 90 Chara or Berseem (including chara seed or berseem seed) 34 Crude Palm Olive 91 Crude Oil 35 Groundnut 92 Gram Husk (Gram Chilka) 36 Groundnut Oil 93 Gur 37 Groundnut Oilcake 94 Khandsari Sugar 38 Linseed 95 Polymer 39 Linseed oil 96 Potato 40 Linseed Oilcake 97 Rubber 41 Rapeseed Oil/Mustard 98 Seedlac Oil 42 Rapeseed Oilcake/ 99 Shellac Mustardseed Oilcake 43 Rapeseed/Mustardseed 100 Sugar 44 RBD Palmolein 101 Furnace Oil 45 Rice Bran 102 Ethanol 46 Rice Bran Oil 103 Cooking Coal 47 Rice Bran Oilcake 104 Electricity 48 Safflower 105 Natural Gas 49 Safflower Oil 106 Onion 50 Safflower Oilcake 107 Corban Credit 51 Sesamum (Til or Jiljilli) 108 Thermo coal 52 Sesamum Oil 109 Methanol 53 Sesamum Oilcake 110 Melted Menthol Flakes 54 Soy meal 111 Mentha Oil 55 Soy Oil 112 Menthol Crystals 56 Soybean 113 Iron Ore 57 Sunflower Oil 58 Sunflower Oilcake 59 Sunflower Seed 52
  • Annexure II List of the ExchangesS.No. Name of the Exchanges A. National Multi Commodity Exchanges 1 National Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd., Ahmedabad (NMCE) 2 Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd., Mumbai (MCX) 3 National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Ltd., Mumbai (NCDEX) 4 Indian Commodity Exchange Ltd., Mumbai (ICEX) 5 ACE Derivatives and Commodity Exchange, Ahmedabad B. Commodity Specific Regional Exchanges6 Bikaner Commodity Exchange Ltd, Bikaner7 Bombay Commodity Exchange Ltd, Mumbai8 Central India Commercial Exchange Ltd, Gwalior9 Cotton Association of India, Mumbai10 The Chember of Commerce, Hapur11 East India Jute & Hessian Exchange Ltd., Kolkata12 First Commodity Exchange of India Ltd, Kochi13 Haryana Commodities Ltd., Sirsa14 India Pepper & Spice Trade Association, Kochi15 The Meerut Agro Commodities Exchange Company Ltd, Meerut16 National Board of Trade, Indore17 Rajkot Commodity Exchange Ltd., Rajkot18 Spices & Oilseeds Exchange Ltd, Sangli19 Surendranagar Cotton Oil & Oilseeds Association Ltd, Surendranagar20 The Rajdhani Oil & Oilseeds Exchange Ltd, Delhi21 Vijai Beopar Chamber Ltd., Muzaffarnagar 53
  • Annexure III- (A)(A) Trading Permissions granted to National Exchanges during the year. 1. MCX, Mumbai Sr. Date of No. Commodities Contracts permitted Permission Feb.2011, April, June, 1 Copper Aug., Nov 2011. 22/04/2010 2 Crude Oil January to Dec. 2011 22/04/2010 Feb.2011, April, June, 3 Gold Aug.,Oct & Dec. 2011 22/04/2010 March 2011, May, July, Sept, & Dec. 4 Silver 2011 22/04/2010 March 2011, May, July, Sept, & Dec. 5 Silver Mini 2011 22/04/2010 6 Kapas April-11 16/04/2010 7 Aluninium January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 8 Cardamom January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 9 Chana January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 10 CER January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 11 Cotton January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 12 Crude Palm Oil January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 13 Gsoline January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 14 Gold Guinea January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 15 Gold Mini January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 16 Guar Seed January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 17 Heating Oil January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 18 Lead January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 19 Lead Mini January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 20 Mentha Oil January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 21 Natural Gas January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 22 Nickel January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 23 Platinum January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 24 Potato (Agra) January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 25 Refined Soy Oil January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 26 Soya Bean January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 27 Whet January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 28 Zinc January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 29 Zinc Mini January to Dec. 2011 3/8/2010 30 ATF January to June 2011 3/8/2010 31 Barley January to June 2011 3/8/2010 32 Coriander January to June 2011 3/8/2010 33 Imported Thermal Coal January to June 2011 3/8/2010 34 Kapsia Khali January to June 2011 3/8/2010 35 Meltede Menthol Flakes January to June 2011 3/8/2010 36 Mild Steel Ingot/ Biollets January to June 2011 3/8/2010 37 Rubber January to June 2011 3/8/2010 38 Tin January to June 2011 3/8/2010 54
  • Sr. Date ofNo. Commodities Contracts permitted Permission 39 Turmeric January to June 2011 3/8/2010 40 Maize Feed/ Ind. Grade January to June 2011 4/10/2010 41 Potato (Tarkeshwar) March to Nov. 2011 11/10/2010 Almond (Non Pariel) Jhan, Feb., April, June, Sept., Oct., Nov. & 42 Dec.2011 25/10/2010 43 Brent Crude Oil January to June 2011 25/10/2010 44 Gold Petal (New) January to June 2011 22/11/2010 45 Sugar M January to June 2011 24/12/2010 46 Red Chilli Feb. to Aug. 2011 5/1/2011 Cottonseed Wash Oil 47 (New) Feb. to June 2011 7/1/2011 Feb, March, April and 48 Iron Ore (New) May 2011 28/01/2011 Silver Micro (New) Feb. April and June 49 2011 4/2/2011 50 Aluminium Mini (New) March to June 2011 17/02/2011 51 Sugar M July 2011 to Dec. 2011 9/3/2011 2. NCDEX Date ofSr. No. Commodities Contracts Permitted Permission 1 Brent Crude oil July 2010 to December 2010 7/4/2010 2 Gasoline July 2010 to December 2010 7/4/2010 3 Heating oil July 2010 to December 2010 7/4/2010 4 Lead July 2010 to December 2010 7/4/2010 5 V-797 Kapas Feb.2011,March 2011& April,2011 12/4/2010 Maize fed/Industrial June2010 to December 2010 6/5/2010 6 Grade 7 Aluminium July 2010 to December 2010 3/6/2010 8 Nickel July 2010 to December 2010 3/6/2010 9 Zinc July 2010 to December 2010 3/6/2010 10 Thermal Coal July 2010 to December 2010 3/6/2010 11 Crude Palm Oil Sept.2011 to June 2011 1/7/2010 12 Almond January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 13 Castorseed January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 14 Chana January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 15 Chilli January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 16 Copper Cathode January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 17 Cottonseed oil cake January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 18 Guargum January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 19 Guarseed January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 20 Gur January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 21 Jeera January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 Maize fed/Industrial 22 Grade January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 23 Natural Gas January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 24 Pepper January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 25 Rapeseed/Mustardseed January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 26 Refined Soy oil January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 55
  • Date ofSr. No. Commodities Contracts Permitted Permission 27 Soyabean January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 28 Steel Long January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 29 Turmeric January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 30 Wheat January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 31 Barly January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 32 Coriender January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 33 Potato January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 34 Light Sweet Crude Oil January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 35 Silver(30kg) January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 36 Silver(5kg) January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 37 Gold (1kg) January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 38 Gold(100gms) January 2011 to December 2011 3/8/2010 39 Brent Crude oil January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 40 Heating oil January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 Mustard Oil (Kacchi 41 ghani) January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 42 Lead January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 43 Mentha oil January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 44 Nickel Cathode January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 45 Gasoline January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 46 Zinc Ingots January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 47 Platinum January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 48 Tharmal Coal January 2011 to June 2011 3/8/2010 49 Sugar M & S January 2011 to June 2011 24/12/2010 50 Rubber Feb. 2011 to June 2011 24/1/2011 51 Polyvinvl Chloride March 2011 to August 2011 17/2/2011 52 V797-Kapas Feb.2012,March 2012 & April 2012 18/2/2011 3. NMCE, AhmedabadSr.No. Commodities Contracts permitted Date of permission 1 Pepper Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 15.07.2010 2 Castor Seed Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 3 Copro Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 4 Chana Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 5 Coffee Rep Bulk Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 6 Guar Gum Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 7 Guar Seed Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 8 Isabgul seed Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 Rape/ Mustard9 Seed Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201010 Rubber Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201011 Sacking Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201012 Soy Oil Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201013 Turmeric Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201014 Raw Jute Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201015 Kalyn Kapas Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201016 Aluminium Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201017 Lead Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201018 Nickel Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 56
  • Sr.No. Commodities Contracts permitted Date of permission19 Zinc Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201020 Copper Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201021 Kilo Gold Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201022 Silver Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.2010 Gold23 Guinea(8gms) Jan. 2011 to Dec. 2011 4.08.201024 Cardamom Jan 2011 to June 2011 4.08.201025 Wheat Jan 2011 to June 2011 4.08.201026 Menthol Crystal Jan 2011 to June 2011 4.08.201027 Gold Jan. 2011 to June 2011 4.08.2010 March 2011 to June28 Mentha Oil 2011 1.03.2011 Sugar-S & Sugar- March 2011 to June29 M 2011 3.03.2011 4. ICEX.Sr. ContractsNo. Commodities Permitted Date of permission July 2010 toDec. 1 Chana 2010 15/06/2010 July 2010 toDec. 2 Raw Jute 2010 15/06/2010 July 2010 toDec. 3 Mentha Oil 2010 15/06/2010 Feb.2011 to Nov. 4 Copper Cathode 2011 23/06/2010 Feb.2011 to Nov. 5 Gold 2011 23/06/2010 Feb.2011 to Nov. 6 Silver - 5 Kg. 2011 23/06/2010 Jan. 2011 to Dec. 7 Gold 100 Gms. 2011 3/11/2010 Jan. 2011 to Dec. 8 Crue Oil 2011 3/11/2010 Jan. 2011 to Dec. 9 Natural Gas 2011 3/11/2010 Jan. 2011 to Dec. 10 Lead 2011 3/11/2010 Jan. 2011 to Dec. 11 Refind Soy Oil 2011 3/11/2010 Jan 2011 to Dec. 12 Raw Jute 2011 3/11/2010 Jan 2011 to Dec. 13 Mentha Oil 2011 3/11/2010 Jan 2011 to Dec. 14 Mustrd Seed 2011 6/12/2010 Jan 2011 to Dec. 15 Soyabean 2011 6/12/2010 March, April, May 16 Iron Ore (New) and June 2011 28/01/2011 57
  • 5. ACE, Ahmedabad Sr. No. Contracts Details of Contracts Date 1 Mustardseed December 2010 to June 2010 26/10/2010 Refined Soy 26/10/2010 2 oil December 2010 to June 2010 3 Castorseed December 2010 to June 2010 26/10/2010 4 Chana December 2010 to June 2010 26/10/2010 5 Soyabean December 2010 to June 2010 26/10/2010 6 Copper January 2011 to June 2011 7/12/2010 7 Crude oil January 2011 to June 2011 7/12/2010 8 Silver January 2011 to June 2011 7/12/2010 9 Gold January 2011 to June 2011 7/12/2010 10 Sugar (M) January 2011 to June 2011 24/12/2010 11 Mustardseed July 2011 to December 2011 28/2/2011 12 Chana July 2011 to December 2011 28/2/2011 Refined Soy 13 oil July 2011 to December 2011 28/2/2011 14 Soyabean July 2011 to December 2011 28/2/2011 (B) Trading Permissions granted to the Regional ExchangesS.No. Name of Name of the Name of the deliveries Date of permission the commodities Exchange 1. ACE Ltd., Castor seed October 2010 and 10.5.2010 Ahmedabad December 2010 2. BCE Ltd., Guar seed June 2010 30.4.2010 Bikaner Guar seed July 2010 19.5.2010 Guar seed August 2010 and 15.6.2010 September 2010 Guar seed October 2010 19.8.2010 Guar seed November 2010 30.9. 2010 Guar seed January 2011 25.10. 2010 Guar seed March 2011 24.12. 2010 Guar seed May 2011 18.2. 2011 3. BCE Ltd., Castor seed March 2011, June 2011, 8.12. 2010 Mumbai September 2011 and December 2011 4. CICE Ltd., Mustard seed August 2010 1.4. 2010 Gwalior Mustard seed November 2010 3.6. 2010 May 2011 1.10. 2010 5. COC, Gur July 2010 and 10.5. 2010 Hapur December 2010 Gur March 2011 9.11. 2010 Gur May 2011 7.2. 2011 Mustard seed September 2010 and 15.6. 2010 November 2010 58
  • S.No. Name of Name of the Name of the deliveries Date of permission the commodities Exchange Mustard seed January 2011 28.10. 2010 Mustard seed March 2011 and May 24.12. 2010 2011 6. EIJHE, TSD – Jute July – September 2010 10.5. 2010 Kolkata Goods i.e Hessian and Sacking TSD – Jute October - December 5.8. 2010 goods 2010 TSD – Jute January 2011 – March 4.10. 2010 goods 2011 TSD – Jute April 2011 – June 2011 9.12. 2010 goods 7. FCEI Ltd., Copra and December 2010, 19.7. 2010 Kochi Coconut oil January 2011, February 2011 and March 2011 April 2011, May 2011, 10.12. 2010 June 2011 and July 2011 8. HCL, Sirsa Mustard seed July 2010 and 19.4. 2010 September 2010 Mustard seed May 2011 and July 8.3. 2011 2011 Mustard seed November 2010 and 26.8. 2010 January 2011 Cotton seed July 2010 and 19.4. 2010 oil cake September 2010 Cottonseed November 2010 and 26.8. 2010 oil cake January 2011 Cottonseed May 2011 and July 10.3. 2011 oil cake 2011 9. IPSTA, Pepper MG- December 2010, 15.6. 2010 Kochi 1 January 2011 and February 2011 Pepper MG- March 2011, April 2011 8.9. 2010 1 and May 2011 Pepper MG- June 2011, July 2011 1 and August 2011 24.12. 2010 Pepper MG- September 2011, 28.2. 2011 1 October 2011 and November 2011 10. MACE Gur December 2010 3.6. 2010 Ltd., Meerut 59
  • S.No. Name of Name of the Name of the deliveries Date of permission the commodities Exchange Gur March 2011 3.12. 2010 Gur May 2011 14.2. 2011 11. NBOT, Soya oil, July 2010 8.4. 2010 Indore Soya meal and Soya bean Soya oil August 2010 21.5. 2010 Soya meal August 2010 Soya bean August 2010, September 2010, October 2010 and November 2010 Soya oil and September 2010 and 7.7. 2010 Soya meal October 2010 Soya oil and November 2010 28.7. 2010 Soya meal Soya oil, December 2010 19.8. 2010 Soya meal and Soya bean Soya oil January 2011 and 29.10. 2010 February 2011 March 2011 9.12. 2010 Soya meal January 2011 and 29.10. 2010 February 2011 March 2011 9.12. 2010 Soya bean January 2011, February 29.10. 2010 2011 and March 2011 Soya oil, April 2011, May 2011, 3.3. 2011 Soya meal June 2011, July 2011, and Soya August 2011 and bean September 2011 Mustard seed September 2010, 14.7. 2010 November 2010, January 2011, February 2011 and May 2011 Mustard seed September 2010, 14.7. 2010 November 2010, January 2011, February 2011 and May 2011 12. RCEL, Castor seed September 2010 and 13.4. 2010 Rajkot December 2010 March 2011, June 2011, 11.10. 2010 September 2011 and December 2011 60
  • S.No. Name of Name of the Name of the deliveries Date of permission the commodities Exchange Soyabean oil August 2010, 1.7. 2010 September 2010 and October 2010 December 2010, 2.11. 2010 January 2011 and February 2011 13. SCOA Ltd., Kapas April 2011 2.8. 2010 Surendra -nagar 14. ROOE, Mustard seed August 2010 13.4. 2010 Delhi Mustard seed November 2010 14.7. 2010 Mustard seed February 2011 28.10. 2010 Mustard seed May 2011 7.2. 2011 Gur March 2011 24.12. 2010 Gur May 2011 15.2. 2011 15. VBC, Gur July 2010 6.4. 2010 Muzaffar -nagar Gur December 2010 25.5. 2010 Gur March 2011 8.11. 2010 Gur May 2011 25.3. 2011 61
  • Annexure IV Open Interest Limits in Agri-Commodities Contracts.S.No. Commodity Unit Open Interest Limit Aggregate(all contract Delivery(Near) month months) Member * Client Member * Client1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Major Food Items 1 Chana (Gram) MT 1,00,000 20,000 20,000 4,000 2 Potato MT 1,00,000 20,000 15,000 3,000 3 Rape/Mustard seed MT 1,25,000 25,000 35,000 7,000 4 Soya seed MT 1,50,000 30,000 40,000 8,000 Major Food Items (contd.) 5 Refined Soya Oil MT 1,25,000 25,000 30,000 6,000 6 Wheat MT 1,00,000 20,000 25,000 5,000 7 CPO MT 1,25,000 25,000 40,000 8,000 8 Maize MT 1,00,000 20,000 25,000 5,000 Minor Food items 9 Jeera MT 3,000 600 1,000 200 10 Pepper MT 4,500 900 1,500 300 11 Red Chilli MT 12,500 2,500 4,000 800 12 Turmeric MT 20,000 4,000 5,000 1,000 13 Cardamom MT 800 160 200 40 Major Non-Food Items 14 Cotton Cake MT 1,00,000 20,000 25,000 5,000 Minor Non-Food Items 15 Guar Gum MT 5,000 1,000 1,000 200 16 Guar Seed MT 15,000 3,000 5,000 1,000 17 Castor seed MT 40,000 8,000 10,000 2,000 18 Coriander MT 7,500 1,500 2,500 500NB: * A member’s open interest limit at aggregate (all contracts) level will be either the absolutenumber indicated above or 15% of the total market wide open position in the commodity,whichever is higher. In case of delivery (near) month, a member’s open interest limits will beeither the absolute number indicated above or 15% of the total near month open position in thecommodity, whichever is higher. These revised limits were made effective from 25.2.2011. 62
  • Annexure -V Open Interest Limits in Non-agri-Commodities Contracts.S.No. Commodity Unit Aggregate (all contract months) Limits on Open Positions Member* Client A Precious Metals 1 Gold MT 12.5 2.5 2 Silver MT 300 60 3 Platinum Kg. 750 150 B Metals 4 Aluminium MT 75,000 15,000 5 Copper MT 25,000 5,000 6 Tin MT 2,200 440 7 Nickel MT 3,000 600 8 Zinc MT 18,000 3,600 9 Lead MT 9,000 1,800 C Energy Products 10 Aviation Turbine Fuel Barrels 30,00,000 6,00,000 11 Brent Crude Oil Barrels 20,00,000 4,00,000 12 Crude Oil Barrels 24,00,000 4,80,000 13 Natural Gas mmBtu 300,00,000 60,00,000 14 Thermal Coal MT 20,00,000 4,00,000 D Environment 15 Certified Emission MT 25,00,000 5,00,000 Reduction (CER) 16 CFI MT 25,00,000 5,00,000 E Industrial Products 17 Steel-Long (G) MT 6,00,000 1,20,000 18 Heating Oil contracts 25,000 5,000 19 Gasoline contracts 25,000 5,000NB: * A member’s open interest limit at aggregate (all contracts) level will be either the absolutenumber indicated above or 15% of the total market wide open position in the commodity,whichever is higher. These limits were made effective from 11th March, 2011. 63
  • Annexure - VI Guidelines for facilitating fixation of Due Date Rate for Commodity Specific (Regional) Exchanges: The Exchange shall constitute a DDR Committee which will be a committee of the Boardand would comprise of at least 50% members who are other than the trading members.Secretary/Executive Director of the Exchange would be Member Secretary of the DDRCommittee. Besides, top two members holding highest long and highest short position,respectively, shall be invited as observers at the time of fixing of DDR by the Committee. If toptwo members holding highest long and highest short position are not available /are notwilling to come, then authorized representatives of the highest long/short position holdermay be called as observers in the Committee meeting. Since bye-laws of the Exchanges atpresent do not provide for constitution of “Due Date Rate Committee” for fixing due date rate,the Exchanges are accordingly required to effect suitable amendments to their bye-laws to thateffect. All the prescribed processes relating to DDR fixation must be followed by the DDRCommittee. DDR Committee would decide the names of at least 15 entities / persons of various tradeinterests from upcountry markets for forming Spot Polling Price Panel. “Upcountry” means thecenters that have been indicated in the bye-laws of the Exchange. The said panel would bereviewed after one year for exclusion/inclusion of panelists. At least 20% of the panelists will bechanged every year. The committee will ensure that the entities/persons forming polling panelshould not be related /connected to each other or to the DDR committee members or to Directorsof the Exchange. It means that the entities should not have any cross shareholding, familyrelationship and commercial relationship among themselves, and with the DDR committeemembers or with the Directors of the Exchange. The spot rates would be collected from panelists on the polling panel on daily basis,starting with three days prior to the due date of the contract, so that the trade would be aware oflikely price trend beforehand. This information must be disseminated to trade and be placed onthe notice board of the exchange on daily basis. The spot prices should be polled over phones (with speaker on) in front of all the DDRCommittee members present, including top two members holding the highest long and highestshort position. While making telephonic calls, voice recording in electronic form shall bemaintained for a period of six months (In other words, audio recording of making calls has to bedone and records maintained for minimum of six months). Average of the spot prices of last three days, on which spot prices are available, prior tothe due date but not earlier than seven days would be considered for fixing DDR. The rates wouldbe polled once a day during 1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. in order to capture this most active trade time DDR has to be arrived by the DDR Committee in terms of the procedure prescribedtherefore in the relevant bye-laws and these guidelines, and then recommended to the Board ofthe Exchange for its final approval. On the recommendations of DDR Committee, the Board may,in their discretion, as deemed fit; provide its approval to DDR recommended by the DDR 64
  • Committee. If the Board wishes to modify DDR proposed by the DDR Committee for cogent and sufficient reason(s), the same shall be duly recorded in the minutes of the Board along with the full justification. Once DDR is fixed, it shall be announced immediately in the trading ring and displayed on the notice board and website of the Exchange. All the responsibilities relating to fixation of DDR shall be that of the Board. All the records of DDR fixation of each contract would be maintained for 6 months. The proceedings of DDR fixation of each contract would be sent to the Commission on the same day (due date) by fax. Annexure VII - A Details of Awareness Programmes organized during the year 2010-11S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 1 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Dehradhun, Uttaranchal 3.4.2010 2 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders & Dimapur, Nagaland 9.4.2010 Farmers 3 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Mandi Gobindgarh 10.4.2010 Punjab 4 MCX, Mumbai General Rajamundry, AP 13.4.2010 5 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Rajkot, Gujarat 15.4.2010 6 NCDEX, Mumbai Members and Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh 16.4.2010 Traders 7 MCX, Mumbai General Chalkere, Chitradurga 16.4.2010 District, Karnataka 8 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Indore, Madhya Pradesh 20.4.2010 9 NCDEX, Mumbai Steel Traders Chennai IFMR, 30.4.2010 Tamil Nadu 10 NCDEX, Mumbai Mandi Board Raipur Chattisgarh 3.5.2010 11 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders & Begusarai Bihar 3.5.2010 Farmers 12 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Jamni; Chikni Branch 3.5.2010 Post Office (Deoli GSK, Wardha, Maharashtra) 13 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Digadoha, Sonegaon 4.5.2010 Branch Post Office (Deoli GSK, Wardha, Maharashtra) 14 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Falhapur, Andori 4.5.2010 Branch Post Office (Deoli GSK, Wardha, Maharashtra) 15 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Patna, Bihar 4.5.2010 Traders 16 MCX Mumbai Farmers, Traders, Kancheepuram 5.5.2010 Retail clients Tamil Nadu 17 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Adegaon, Gaul Branch 5.5.2010 Post Office (Deoli GSK, Wardha, Maharashtra) 18 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Ratnapur Bhidi Branch 5.5.2010 Post Office (Deoli GSK, Wardha, Maharashtra) 19 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Esapur Nandora Branch 6.5.2010 Post Office (Deoli GSK, Wardha, Maharashtra) 65
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 20 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Dhighi, Selsura Branch 6.5.2010 Post Office (Deoli GSK, Wardha, Maharashtra) 21 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Sultanbatheri Kerala 6.5.2010 22 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Calicut, Kerala 7.5.2010 23 MCX, Mumbai Physical Traders Neemuch 7.5.2010 Madhya Pradesh 24 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Nimagaon, Padegaon 8.5.2010 Branch Post Office (Deoli GSK, Wardha, Maharashtra) 25 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders & Kolar Karnataka 10.5.2010 Farmers (Potato) 26 MCX-GSK Farmers Pechlkar Branch Post Office 12.5.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut, U.P.) 27 MCX-GSK Farmers Majahidpur Branch Post 13.5.2010 Office (Sardhana GSk, Meerut, U.P.) 28 MCX-GSK Farmers Raradhana Branch Post 13.5.2010 Office (Sardhana GSk, Meerut, U.P.) 29 MCX-GSK Farmers Choru Branch Post Office 14.5.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut, U.P.) 30 MCX-GSK Farmers Kaland Branch Post Office 14.5.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut, U.P.) 31 MCX-GSK Farmers Baparsi Branch Post Office 15.5.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut, U.P.) 32 MCX-GSK Farmers Malahra Branch Post Office 15.5.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut, U.P.) 33 NMCE Ahmedabad Hedgers Mumbai, MS 15.5.2010 34 MCX-GSK Farmers Chhabariya Branch Post 16.5.2010 Office (Sardhana GSk, Meerut, U.P.) 35 MCX, Mumbai General Nasik, MS 17.5.2010 36 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Dewardra, Palsod 17.5.2010 Branch Post Office (Akot GSK, Akola, Maharashtra) 37 MCX-GSK Farmers Chandikapur Branch Post 18.5.2010 Office (Akot GSK, Akola, Maharashtra) 38 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Sukli, Mohala Branch 18.5.2010 Post Office (Akot GSK, Akola, Maharashtra) 39 MCX-GSK Farmers Dhanora Branch Post Office 19.5.2010 (Akot GSK, Akola, Maharashtra) 66
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 40 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Belura, Umra Branch 19.5.2010 Post Office (Akot GSK, Akola, Maharashtra) 41 MCX-GSK Farmers Wadali Deshmukh Branch 20.5.2010 Post Office (Akot GSK, Akola, Maharashtra) 42 MCX-GSK Farmers Kavavsa (B) Branch Post 20.5.2010 Office (Akot GSK, Akola, Maharashtra) 43 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Ahmedabad, Gujarat 20.5.2010 Traders (Steel) 44 MCX, Mumbai General Bhubaneshwar, Orissa 21.5.2010 45 MCX-GSK Farmers Bordi Branch Post Office 21.5.2010 (Akot GSK, Akola, Maharashtra) 46 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders & Gulburga, Karnataka 22.5.2010 Farmers – Chana 47 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Hapur, Uttar Pradesh 22.5.2010 48 NMCE, Ahmedabad Indian Bankers Ahmedabad, Gujarat 24.5.2010 Association 49 NCDEX, Mumbai Press - Journalist Indore, Madhya Pradesh 26.5.2010 50 MCX, Mumbai General Jaipur, Rajasthan 28.5.2010 51 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Khanna – Punjab 29.5.2010 52 MCX, Mumbai PD Project Tripura 29.5.2010 53 MCX, Mumbai PD Project Manipur 31.5.2010 54 MCX, Mumbai General Durgapur, West Bengal 5.6.2010 55 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Kolkata, West Bengal 5.6.2010 Traders 56 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders & Ranchi Jharkhand 10.6.2010 Brokers 57 NCDEX, Mumbai APMC Official Ranchi Jharkhand 11.6.2010 58 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Hisar, Haryana 11.6.2010 Traders (Steel) 59 MCX, Mumbai General Bikaner, Rajasthan 12.6.2010 60 NCDEX, Mumbai Students Chennai (TN) 16.6.2010 61 NMCE, Ahmedabad Students Ahmedabad, Gujarat 16.6.2010 62 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Sikar, Rajasthan 19.6.2010 Traders (Guar & Spices) 63 MCX-GSK Farmers Thulwasa Branch Post office 19.6.2010 (Maharjganj GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 64 MCX-GSK Farmers Sothi Branch Post office 19.6.2010 (Maharjganj GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 65 MCX-GSK Farmers Bavan Bujurg Billa Branch 20.6.2010 Post office (Maharjganj GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 67
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 66 MCX-GSK Farmers Jewna Branch Post office 20.6.2010 (Maharjganj GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 67 NMCE, Ahmedabad Media Bangalore, Karnataka 21.6.2010 68 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders & Surat, Gujarat 21.6.2010 Members 69 MCX-GSK Farmers Kondhali Branch Post office 22.6.2010 (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 70 MCX-GSK Farmers Mordongari Branch Post 23.6.2010 office (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 71 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Bhuli, Mordongari 24.6.2010 Branch Post office (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 72 NMCE, Ahmedabad General Delhi 24.6.2010 73 MCX-GSK Farmers Ramjanpur (Paraiyanamaksar 25.6.2010 Branch Post Office, Jais GSK, RaeBareli, U.P.) 74 MCX-GSK Farmers Pure Mitai (Babanpur Branch 25.6.2010 Post Office, Jais GSK, RaeBareli, U.P.) 75 MCX-GSK Farmers Mangruli Branch Post office 25.6.2010 (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 76 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Taroda, Jujharpur B.O. 25.6.2010 (Itarsi GSK, M.P.) 77 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Warrangal (AP) 25.6.2010 Traders 78 MCX-GSK Farmers Makdoompur (Sandaha 26.6.2010 Branch Post Office, Jais GSK, RaeBareli, U.P.) 79 MCX-GSK Farmers Garha (Sujavariya) Branch 26.6.2010 Post Office, Nasirabad GSK, RaeBareli, U.P.) 80 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Bangalore, Karnataka 26.6.2010 Traders (Steel) 81 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Guwahati, Assam 26.6.2010 Traders 82 MCX-GSK Farmers Lendori Branch Post office 26.6.2010 (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 83 MCX-GSK Farmers Gurra Branch Post office 26.6.2010 (Itarsi GSK, M.P.) 84 MCX-GSK Farmers Saket Branch Post office 27.6.2010 (Itarsi GSK, M.P.) 68
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 85 MCX-GSK Farmers Markawada Village, 27.6.2010 Mangruli Branch Post office (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 86 MCX-GSK Farmers Siratha Branch Post office 27.6.2010 (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 87 MCX, Mumbai General Jaipur, Rajasthan 28.6.2010 88 MCX-GSK Farmers Lohariya Branch Post office 28.6.2010 (Itarsi GSK, M.P.) 89 MCX-GSK Farmers Kalandi Branch Post Office 28.6.2010 (Sardhana GSK, Meerut, U.P.) 90 MCX-GSK Farmers Khushavali Branch Post 29.6.2010 Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut, U.P.) 91 MCX-GSK Farmers Jitkari Branch Post Office 29.6.2010 (Sardhana GSK, Meerut, U.P.) 92 MCX-GSK Farmers Bagratawa Branch Post office 29.6.2010 (Itarsi GSK, M.P.) 93 MCX-GSK Farmers Ambada Branch Post office 29.6.2010 (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 94 MCX-GSK Farmers Pardi Branch Post office 30.6.2010 (Pandhurna GSK; Dist Chindwara, M.P.) 95 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Mehendvadi; Bagratawa 30.6.2010 Branch Post office (Itarsi GSK, M.P.) 96 MCX-GSK Farmers Salwa Branch Post Office 30.6.2010 (Sardhana GSK, Meerut, U.P.) 97 MCX-GSK Farmers Raradhana Branch Post 30.6.2010 Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut, U.P.) 98 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders & Hubli Karnataka 30.6.2010 Farmers 99 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Hanumangarh 9.7.2010 Traders Rajasthan 100 MCX-GSK Farmers Mamurabad Branch Post 12.7. 2010 office (Jalgaon GSK, Maharashtra) 101 MCX-GSK Farmers Idgaon Branch Post office 13.7. 2010 (Jalgaon GSK, Maharashtra) 102 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Pure Deen, Matka 13.7. 2010 Branch Post Office, (Salon GSK, RaeBareli,U.P.) 103 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Basantganj, Beoli 13.7. 2010 Branch Post Office, (Salon GSK, RaeBareli, U.P.) 69
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 104 MCX-GSK Farmers Sankheda Branch Post 13.7. 2010 Office, (Itarsi GSK, Hoshangabad, M.P.) 105 MCX-GSK Farmers Kalakhar Branch Post Office, 14.7. 2010 (Itarsi GSK, Hoshangabad M.P.) 106 MCX-GSK Farmers Sontalai Branch Post Office, 14.7. 2010 (Itarsi GSK, Hoshangabad M.P.) 107 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Panahnagar, Dharai 14.7. 2010 Branch Post Office, (Salon GSK, RaeBareli, U.P.) 108 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Sarayn, Matarampur 14.7. 2010 Branch Post Office, (Salon GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 109 MCX-GSK Farmers Dhamangaon Branch Post 14.7. 2010 office (Jalgaon GSK, Maharashtra) 110 MCX-GSK Farmers Fukhnagari Branch Post 15.7. 2010 office (Jalgaon GSK, Maharashtra) 111 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Dubahan, Mohanganj 15.7. 2010 Branch Post Office, (Salon GSK,RaeBareli, U.P.) 112 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Runipur, Mamuni 15.7. 2010 Branch Post Office, (Salon GSK, RaeBareli, U.P.) 113 MCX-GSK Farmers Ghatli Branch Post Office, 15.7. 2010 (Itarsi GSK, Hoshangabad M.P.) 114 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Sonvarsi, Saket Branch 15.7. 2010 Post Office, (Itarsi GSK, Hoshangabad M.P.) 115 MCX-GSK Farmers Tarsod Branch Post office 16.7.2010 (Jalgaon GSK, Maharashtra) 116 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders Sri Ganganagar 16.7.2010 Rajasthan 117 MCX, Mumbai General Khammam, AP 16.7.2010 118 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Agra (UP) 17.7.2010 Traders 119 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Dhanora; Mohadi 17.7.2010 Branch Post office (Jalgaon GSK, Maharashtra) 120 NCDEX, Mumbai Mandi officials Talegaon , Pune MS 22.7.2010 PD Project 121 MCX, Mumbai Hedgers/Brokers/ Kolkata, WB 22.7.2010 Members and Clients 70
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 122 MCX-GSK Farmers Satkheda Branch Post office, 24.7. 2010 (Jewargi GSK, Gulbarga Karnataka) 123 MCX-GSK Farmers Kattaisangavi Branch Post 24.7. 2010 office, (Jewargi GSK, Gulbarga Karnataka) 124 NCDEX, Mumbai Traders & Kolkata, WB 30.7.2010 Members 125 NMCE, Ahmedabad Regional and Ahmedabad, Gujarat 31.7.2010 National media 126 MCX, Mumbai Traders Suratgarh Rajasthan 31.7.2010 127 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Bhavnagar, Gujarat 1.8.2010 Traders 128 MCX, Mumbai General Eluru (A.P.) 9.8.2010 129 MCX, Mumbai Students Aligarh, UP 11.8.2010 130 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Bikaner, Rajasthan 12.8.2010 Traders 131 NMCE, Ahmedabad Press Kochi, Kerala 12.8.2010 132 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Pondicherry 14.8.2010 Traders 133 NCDEX, Mumbai Students VIM- Pune, MS 17.8.2010 134 MCX-GSK Farmers Karanja Branch Post office, 17.8.2010 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 135 MCX-GSK Farmers Sawari Branch Post office, 17.8.2010 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 136 MCX-GSK Farmers Paraswada Branch Post 18.8.2010 office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 137 MCX-GSK Farmers Tumkheda Branch Post 18.8.2010 office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 138 MCX-GSK Farmers Nagara Branch Post office, 19.8. 2010 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 139 MCX-GSK Farmers Rajegao Branch Post office, 19.8. 2010 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 140 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Nanded, MS 19.8.2010 Traders 141 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Rudrapur Uttaranchal 20.8.2010 Traders 142 MCX-GSK Farmers Fulchur Branch Post office, 20.8.2010 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 143 MCX-GSK Farmers Khatiya Branch Post office, 20.8.2010 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 144 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Latur, MS 20.8.2010 Traders 145 MCX, Mumbai Physical Trade Tirupati, AP 21.8.2010 146 MCX, Mumbai Hedgers, Clients, Bankura, WB 21.8.2010 and Members 147 MCX-GSK Farmers Chipiya Branch Post office, 21.8.2010 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 71
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 148 MCX-GSK Farmers Asoli Branch Post office, 21.8.2010 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 149 MCX-GSK Farmers Akauni Branch Post Office, 21.8.2010 (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 150 MCX-GSK Farmers Ajeetpur Branch Post Office, 21.8.2010 (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 151 MCX-GSK Farmers Merui Branch Post Office, 23 .8. 2010 (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 152 MCX-GSK Farmers Sondasi Branch Post Office, 25.8.2010 (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 153 MCX-GSK Farmers Pure Bhauro Mishra Branch 25.8.2010 Post Office, (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 154 NMCE, Ahmedabad Farmers and Bikaner Rajasthan 25.8.2010 Traders (Guar and Rapeseed) 155 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Sirsa, Haryana 26.8.2010 Traders 156 MCX-GSK Farmers Chandateekar Branch Post 26.8.2010 Office, (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 157 MCX-GSK Farmers Uttara Gauri Branch Post 26.8.2010 Office, (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 158 MCX-GSK Farmers Lalumau Branch Post Office, 27.8.2010 (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 159 MCX-GSK Farmers Ambara Pashchim Branch 27.8.2010 Post Office, (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 160 NMCE, Ahmedabad Farmers and Unjha Gujarat 27.8.2010 Traders (Isabgul) 161 MCX, Mumbai Mandi Officials Bhopal, MP 27.8.2010 (PD Project) 162 NCDEX, Mumbai Members & Bhilai Chattisgarh 28.8.2010 Traders 163 MCX, Mumbai Mandi Officials Jabalpur, MP 28.8.2010 (PD Project) 164 MCX, Mumbai Bullion Traders Jaipur, Rajasthan 28.8.2010 165 MCX-GSK Farmers Deepemau Branch Post 28.8.2010 Office, (RaeBareli GSK, U.P.) 166 MCX, Mumbai Physical Traders Kakinada, A.P. 31.8.2010 167 MCX, Mumbai Traders, investors Coimbatore. T.N. 2.9.2010 and general public 168 NCDEX, Mumbai Students Chidambaram, T.N. 6.9.2010 169 ICEX, Mumbai Farmers, Oil Moradabad (UP) 7.9.2010 Distillers and Traders 72
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 170 University of Agricultural Farmers Mudigere, Chickmangalore 8.9.2010 Sciences, Banglore District 171 MCX, Mumbai Clients, Hedgers Ranch, Jharkhand 9.9.2010 and Members 172 University of Agricultural Farmers Kandali, Hassan District, 14.9.2010 Sciences, Banglore Karnataka 173 University of Agricultural Farmers VC, Farm, Mandya, Mandya 14.9.2010 Sciences Banglore District 174 ICEX, Mumbai Farmers, Oil Kolkata, WB 15.9.2010 Distillers and Traders 175 NCDEX, Mumbai General Muzaffarnagar (UP) 16.9.2010 176 University of Agricultural Farmers Konehally, Tumkur District, 16-9-2010 Sciences, Banglore Karnataka 177 NCDEX, Mumbai General Guwhati, Assam 18.9.2010 178 NCDEX, Mumbai General Calicut, Kerala 18.9.2010 179 NCDEX, Mumbai General Sumerpur, Rajasthan 18.9.2010 180 NCDEX, Mumbai Press Jaipur, Rajasthan 18.9.2010 181 University of Agricultural Farmers Hiriyur, Chitradurga District, 20.9.2010 Sciences, Banglore Karnataka 182 MCX-GSK Farmers Umaran Branch post office, 21.9.2010 (Mustafabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 183 MCX-GSK Farmers Mawai Branch post office, 21.9.2010 (Mustafabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 184 MCX-GSK Farmers Sareni Branch post office, 22.9.2010 (Mustafabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 185 MCX-GSK Farmers Badagaon Branch post office, 22.9.2010 (Mustafabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 186 University of Agricultural Farmers Chintamani, Kolar District, 22.9.2010 Sciences, Banglore Karnataka 187 University of Agricultural Farmers Bramahavar, Udupi District, 23.9.2010 Sciences Banglore Karnataka 188 University of Agricultural Farmers Hadonahally, Doddabalapura, 24.9.2010 Sciences Banglore Bangalore Rural District, Karnataka 189 University of Agricultural Farmers Kankanadi, Mangalore, 24.9.2010 Sciences Banglore Mangalore Dist, Karnataka. 190 MCX-GSK Farmers Arkha Branch post office, 23.9.2010 (Mustafabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 191 MCX-GSK Farmers Akorhiya Branch post office, 23.9.2010 (Musta-abad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 192 MCX, Mumbai Member’s clients, Satna, MP 23.9.2010 physical traders and sub brokers of national broker 73
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 193 MCX, Mumbai Traders and Warrangal, AP 24.9.2010 general public 194 MCX-GSK Farmers Savaiya Hasan Branch post 25.9.2010 office, (Musta-fabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 195 MCX-GSK Farmers Pattirahat Kaithawal Branch 25.9.2010 post office, (Musta-fabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 196 MCX, Mumbai Traders, Bhilwara/ Chittorgarh, 25.9.2010 Investors, Rajasthan Corporate, 197 MCX-GSK Farmers Gegauli Branch post office, 26.9.2010 (Mustafabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 198 MCX-GSK Farmers Prahaladpur Branch post 26.9.2010 office, (Mustafabad GSK, Rae Bareli, U.P.) 199 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Narsapur, Ashti Branch 27.9.2010 post office, (Babhulgaon GSk, Yavatmal, Maharashtra) 200 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Nandora, Watkhed 27.9.2010 Branch post office, (Babhulgaon GSk, Yavatmal, Maharashtra) 201 University of Agricultural Farmers Haradanahally, 27.9.2010 Sciences Banglore Chamarajanagar Chamarajanagar District 202 University of Agricultural Farmers Navile, Shimoga District 28.9.2010 Sciences Banglore 203 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Umarda, Ganori Branch 28.9.2010 post office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal, Maharashtra) 204 University of Agricultural Farmers Forestry College, Ponnampet, 29.9.2010 Sciences Banglore Kodagu District 205 MCX-GSK Farmers Naigaon Branch post office, 29.9.2010 (Babhulgaon GSk, Yavatmal, Maharashtra) 206 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Mahuli, Pahur Branch 29.9.2010 post office, (Babhulgaon GSk, Yavatmal, Maharashtra) 207 MCX-GSK Farmers Nandanwada Branch Post 29.9.2010 office (Masuda GSK, Ajmer, Rajasthan) 208 MCX-GSK Farmers Shergarh Branch Post office 29.9.2010 (Masuda GSK, Ajmer, Rajasthan) 209 NCDEX, Mumbai General Bhubaneshwar, Orissa 29.9.2010 210 MCX, Mumbai General Balasore, Orissa 29.9.2010 211 NCDEX, Mumbai General Cuttack, Orissa 30.9.2010 74
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 212 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Yarandgaon, Packhed 30.9.2010 Branch post office, (Babhulgaon GSk, Yavatmal, Maharashtra) 213 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Parsodi, Sarul Branch 30.9.2010 post office, (Babhulgaon GSk, Yavatmal, Maharashtra) 214 NCDEX, Mumbai General Samastipur Bihar 3.10.2010 215 MCX, Mumbai Mandi officers Chandigarh 6.10.2010 216 MCX, Mumbai Investors, Madurai (TN) 8.10.2010 Physical Traders & Corporates 217 MCX, Mumbai Students Nagpur, MS 8.10.2010 218 ICEX, Mumbai Farmers Barabanki (UP) 8.10.2010 219 ICEX, Mumbai Farmers and Chuchura, WB 10.10.2010 Traders 220 ICEX, Mumbai Farmers and Malda, WB 11.10.2010 Traders 221 Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Farmers Akola, MS 15.10.2010 Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola (NCDEX) 222 MCX, Mumbai Physical traders in Tanuku (AP) 16.10.2010 crude palm oil 223 NCDEX, Mumbai General Saharanpur UP 19.10.2010 224 NCDEX, Mumbai General Jammu (J&K) 20.10.2010 225 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Gangajali, Juna 20.10.2010 Dhamangaon Branch Post Office (Dhamangaon GSK, Amravati) 226 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Aasgaon, Wadohana 21.10.2010 Branch Post Office (Dhamangaon GSK, Amravati) 227 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Kashekhed, Kamnapur 21.10.2010 Branch Post Office (Dhamangaon GSK, Amravati) 228 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Kashekhed, Kamnapur 22.10.2010 Branch Post Office (Dhamangaon GSK, Amravati) 229 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Dharwada, Anjansinghi 22.10.2010 Branch Post Office (Dhamangaon GSK, Amravati) 230 NCDEX, Mumbai Students SRM University, Chennai 22.10.2010 (TN) 231 NCDEX, Mumbai General Bellary Karnataka 23.10.2010 232 MCX-GSK Farmers Mau Branch Post office; 26.10.2010 Nasirabad GSK, (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 75
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 233 MCX-GSK Farmers Vinnawa Branch Post office; 26.10.2010 Nasirabad GSk, (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 234 MCX-GSK Farmers Lahenga Branch Post office; 27.10.2010 Nasirabad GSK, (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 235 MCX, Mumbai Hedgers, clients, Dhanbad, Jharkhand 27.10.2010 members 236 MCX-GSK Farmers Asharafpur Branch Post 27.10.2010 office; Nasirabad GSK, (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 237 MCX-GSK Farmers sujawariya Branch Post 28.10.2010 office; Nasirabad GSK, (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 238 MCX-GSK Farmers Babhanpur Branch Post 28.10.2010 office; Jais GSK, (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 239 MCX, Mumbai Investors, Udaipur, Rajasthan 29.10.2010 physical traders & corporates 240 NCDEX, Mumbai General Udaipur Rajasthan 30.10.2010 241 ICEX, Mumbai Metal Traders Mumbai, MS 30.10.2010 242 MCX-GSK Farmers Paraiya Branch post office, 1.11.2010 (Jais GSk, Rae Bareli) U.P. 243 MCX-GSK Farmers Kurha Branch post office, 1.11.2010 (Jais GSk, Rae Bareli) U.P. 244 MCX-GSK Farmers Kanta Branch post office, 2.11.2010 (Jais GSk, Rae Bareli) U.P. 245 MCX-GSK Farmers Kasimpur Branch post office, 2.11.2010 (Jais GSk, Rae Bareli) U.P. 246 NMCE, Ahmedabad Farmers Calicut, Kerala 10.11.2010 247 ICEX Mumbai Retail investors, Varanasi, UP 10.11.2010 traders etc., 248 NMCE, Ahmedabad General Shimoga Karnataka 11.11.2010 249 MCX-GSK Farmers Rardhana Branch post office, 11.11.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut) U.P. 250 MCX-GSK Farmers Kheda Branch post office, 12.11.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut) U.P. 251 MCX-GSK Farmers Salawa Branch post office, 12.11.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut) U.P. 252 MCX-GSK Farmers Bhamauri Branch post office, 13.11.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut) U.P. 253 MCX-GSK Farmers Kushawali Branch post 13.11.2010 office, (Sardhana GSk, Meerut) U.P. 254 MCX-GSK Farmers Mahadev Branch post office, 14.11.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut) U.P. 255 MCX-GSK Farmers Kaland Branch post office, 14.11.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut) U.P. 256 MCX-GSK Farmers Kalandi Branch post office, 15.11.2010 (Sardhana GSk, Meerut) U.P. 76
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 257 MCX-GSK Farmers Upera Branch Post Office 15.11.2010 (Unjha GSK, Mehsana) Gujarat 258 MCX-GSK Farmers Tundav Branch Post Office 16.11.2010 (Unjha GSK, Mehsana) Gujarat 259 MCX-GSK Farmers Sihi Branch Post Office ( 16.11.2010 Unjha GSK, Mehsana ) Gujarat 260 NCDEX, Mumbai Students IIM- Calicut, Kerala 17.11.2010 261 NCDEX, Mumbai Students IIKM, Kozhikode, Kerala 18.11.2010 262 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Chichpur; Takali Branch 18.11.2010 post office; (Solapur GSK, Solapur) Maharashtra 263 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Udamsangam;Barur 18.11.2010 Branch Post Office; (Solapur GSK, Solapur) Maharashtra 264 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Tealgaon; Patri Branch 19.11.2010 Post Ofice; (Solapur GSK, Solapur) Maharashtra 265 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Sigoli; Tirhe Branch 19.11.2010 Post Ofice; (Solapur GSK, Solapur) Maharashtra 266 ICEX Mumbai Hedgers, Traders, Jaipur, Rajasthan 19.11.2010 Mandi participants etc., 267 MCX, Mumbai Students and KIIT University, 19.11.2010 faculty Bhubaneshwar, Orissa 268 MCX-GSK Farmers Bhakhar Branch Post Office 19.11.2010 ( Unjha GSK, Mehsana ) Gujarat 269 MCX-GSK Farmers SUNOK Branch Post Office 20.11.2010 ( Unjha GSK, Mehsana ) Gujarat 270 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Raleras; Honsal Branch 20.11.2010 Post Ofice; (Solapur GSK, Solapur) Maharashtra 271 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Hiparga; Haglur Branch 20.11.2010 Post Ofice; (Solapur GSK, Solapur) Maharashtra 272 MCX, Mumbai Clients Varnasi, UP 20.11.2010 273 ICEX Mumbai Students IIFT Kolkata, WB 20.11.2010 274 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Sagdari; Boramani 21.11.201 Branch Post Ofice; (Solapur GSK, Solapur) Maharashtra 275 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Kavate tada; Kavta 21.11.201 Branch Post Ofice; (Solapur GSK, Solapur) Maharashtra 276 NCDEX, Mumbai General Cuddalore, TN 22.11.2010 77
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 277 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:gorlikhapa; Ringankhapa 22.11.2010 Branch Post Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 278 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:bhajipani; kondhali 23.11.2010 Branch Post Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 279 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:raibasa; Ambada Branch 23.11.2010 Post Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 280 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:temnikala; Siratha 24.11.2010 Branch Post Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 281 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:kamthikala; Mangurli 24.11.2010 Branch Post Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 282 NCDEX, Mumbai General Abhohar Punjab 25.11.2010 283 NCDEX, Mumbai General Kota Rajasthan 25.11.2010 284 NMCE, Ahmedabad General Trivandrum, Kerala 25.11.2010 285 MCX-GSK Farmers Dadimeta Branch Post 25.11.2010 Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 286 MCX-GSK Farmers Rajorakala Branch Post 25.11.2010 Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 287 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:devkhapa; Bhandargondi 26.11.2010 Branch Post Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 288 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:duddewani; Lendhori 26.11.2010 Branch Post Office; (Pandhurna GSK, Chindwara) M.P. 289 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Indore, M.P. 1.12.2010 AP- ND 290 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Almora, Uttarkhand 2.12.2010 AP- ND 291 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Tehri, Uttarkhand 4.12.2010 AP- ND 292 MCX-GSK Farmers Ondeeh Branch post office, 4.12.2010 Maharajganj GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 293 MCX-GSK Farmers Dusauti Branch post office, 4.12.2010 Maharajganj GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 294 MCX-GSK Farmers Bavanbujurg Balla Branch 7.12.2010 post office, Maharajganj GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 78
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 295 NMCE, Ahmedabad General Delhi 7.12.2010 296 MCX-GSK Farmers Sidhauna Branch post office, 8.12.2010 Maharajganj GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 297 MCX-GSK Farmers Amawa Branch post office, 8.12.2010 Maharajganj GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 298 NMCE, Ahmedabad General Jalandhar, Punjab 8.12.2010 299 MCX, Mumbai Investor/ Physical Chirala 8.12.2010 traders of Bullion Andhra Pradesh and Spices, CPO and RSO 300 ICEX, Mumbai Members, clients Kohima, Nagaland 8.12.2010 and physical industry players 301 NCDEX, Mumbai General Kannur Kerala 8.12.2010 302 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Solapur , M.S. 9.12.2010 303 ICEX, Mumbai Members, clients Dimapur, Nagaland 9.12.2010 and physical industry players 304 NCDEX, Mumbai Students BIFM – Delhi 9.12.2010 305 MCX-GSK Farmers Kubna Branch post office, 9.12.2010 Maharajganj GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 306 MCX-GSK Farmers Moon Branch post office, 9.12.2010 Maharajganj GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 307 MCX-GSK Farmers Gari Pokhanni Branch post 10.12.2010 office, Maharajganj GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 308 NCDEX, Mumbai General Adimali Kerala 10.12.2010 309 NCDEX, Mumbai General Nagpur, MS 10.12.2010 310 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Akola, M.S. 12.12.2010 AP- ND 311 MCX-GSK Farmers Kushalpura Branch Post 14.12.2010 Office (Masuda GSK, Ajmer) Rajasthan 312 MCX-GSK Farmers Kirap Branch Post Office 15.12.2010 (Masuda GSK, Ajmer) Rajasthan 313 MCX-GSK Farmers Mayla Branch Post Office 15.12.2010 (Masuda GSK, Ajmer) Rajasthan 314 MCX-GSK Farmers Manpurra Branch Post Office 16.12.2010 (Masuda GSK, Ajmer) Rajasthan 315 MCX-GSK Farmers Harrajpura Branch Post 16.12.2010 Office (Masuda GSK, Ajmer) Rajasthan 316 NCDEX, Mumbai General Akola, MS 16.12.2010 79
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 317 MCX, Mumbai Farmers Hisar, Haryana 16.12.2010 318 CCS Haryana Agricultural Farmers Hissar, Haryana 16.12.2010 University, Hissar (MCX) 319 MCX-GSK Farmers Lulwa Branch Post Office 17.12.2010 (Masuda GSK, Ajmer) Rajasthan 320 MCX-GSK Farmers Kheemapura Branch Post 17.12.2010 Office (Masuda GSK, Ajmer) Rajasthan 321 MCX, Mumbai Clients, Hedgers Siluguri, WB 17.12.2010 and Members 322 MCX-GSK Farmers Jamola Branch Post Office 18.12.2010 (Masuda GSK, Ajmer) Rajasthan 323 NCDEX, Mumbai General Ganapur City, 18.12.2010 Rajasthan 324 NCDEX, Mumbai General Surendra Nagar 18.12.2010 Gujarat 325 ICEX, Mumbai Members, clients Indore, MP 18.12.2010 and physical industry players 326 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Una, H.P. 21.12.2010 327 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers AP-ND South Goa 22.12.2010 328 MCX-GSK Farmers Sawargaon (vitali); Kalwadi 21.12.2010 Branch Post Office (Akot GSK, Akola) Maharashtra 329 MCX-GSK Farmers Palsod Branch Post Office 22.12.2010 (Akot GSK, Akola) Maharashtra 330 MCX-GSK Farmers Warud; Jaulka Branch Post 22/12/2010 Office (Akot GSK, Akola) Maharashtra 331 MCX, Mumbai General Mangalore Karnataka 23.12.2010 332 NCDEX, Mumbai General Jalandhar 23.12.2010 Punjab 333 MCX-GSK Farmers Deoulgao; Sawra Branch Post 23.12.2010 Office (Akot GSK, Akola) Maharashtra 334 MCX-GSK Farmers Rajura, Akoli jahagir Branch 23.12.2010 Post Office (Akot GSK, Akola) Maharashtra 335 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Pure Mishra, Beoli 23.12.2010 Branch Post Office (Salon GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 336 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Pure Mansa Dharai 23.12.2010 Branch Post Office (Salon GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 337 MCX-GSK Farmers Kavtha ( bu), Aasegao bajar 24.12.2010 Branch Post Office (Akot GSK, Akola) Maharashtra 80
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 338 MCX-GSK Farmers Aambodha; Akolkhed Branch 24.12.2010 Post Office (Akot GSK, Akola) Maharashtra 339 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Darsava Revahara 24.12.2010 Branch Post Office (Salon GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 340 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Bada purava Nain 24.12.2010 Branch Post Office (Salon GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 341 ICEX, Mumbai KRIBCHO New Delhi 24.12.2010 Officers, New Delhi 342 NCDEX, Mumbai General Kolkata, WB 27.12.2010 343 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Sona varsa Mamuni 27.12.2010 Branch Post Office (Salon GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 344 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Saraya Akhatyar 27.12.2010 Matarampur Branch Post Office (Salon GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 345 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Gingee, Tamil Nadu 28.12.2010 346 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Chamoli, Uttarkhand 29.12.2010 AP-ND 347 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Villupuram, Tamil Nadu 29.12.2010 AP- ND 348 ICEX, Mumbai Members, clients Ranchi Jharkhand 29.12.2010 ` and physical industry players 349 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Sindhudurg, M.S. 31.12.2010 AP- ND 350 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Karanpur, Rajasthan 3.1.2011 351 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Morigaon, Assam 3.1.2011 AP-ND 352 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Ferozepur, Punjab 4.1.2011 AP-Ref 353 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jalandhar, Punjab 4.1.2011 AP- ND 354 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu 5.1.2011 AP-Ref 355 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Uttarkashi, Uttarkhand 5.1.2011 356 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Amritsar, Punjab 5.1.2011 AP - REF 357 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Thiruvarur, Tamil Nadu 6.1.2011 AP- ND 358 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Moga, Punjab 6.1.2011 AP- ND 359 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC E. Champaran (Bettiah 6.1.2011 Basant PACS) Bihar 360 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers US Nagar, Uttarkhand 6.1.2011 AP-Ref 361 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC PACS in Nainital District., 6.1.2011 Uttakhand 81
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 362 NCDEX, Mumbai Students IIKM – Chennai 6.1.2011 363 MCX, Mumbai Clients Bokara, Jharkhand 6.1.2011 364 NCDEX, Mumbai General Bhopal MP 7.1.2011 365 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Pauri, Uttarkhand 7.1.2011 366 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Nainital, Uttarkhand 7.1.2011 AP-Ref 367 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu 7.1.2011 AP-Ref 368 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Sangrur, Punjab 7.1.2011 369 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Amaravathi, M.S. 7.1.2011 AP- ND 370 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Gadchioli, M.S. 7.1.2011 AP- ND 371 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Pune, M.S. 7.1.2011 372 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Sangli, M.S. 7.1.2011 373 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Kangra, H.P. 7.1.2011 AP- ND 374 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Nagoan, Assam 8.1.2011 AP-Ref 375 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bhagalpur, Bihar 8.1.2011 AP- ND 376 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Chandrapur, M.S. 8.1.2011 377 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Solapur, M.S. 9.1.2010 378 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Kannamanglam PACS in 10.1.2011 Thiruvannamalai dt., Tamil Nadu 379 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Gopalganj (Vishnupur 10.1.2011 Jadavpur PACS), Bihar 380 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Kinnor, H.P. 10.1.2011 381 ICEX, Mumbai General KRIBCHO, New Delhi 10.1.2011 382 MCX-GSK Farmers Garra Branch Post office, 10.1.2011 (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 383 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Borgao, Kawalwada 10.1.2011 Branch Post office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 384 MCX-GSK Farmers Nagara-Katangi Branch Post 11.1.2011 office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 385 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Lodhitola, Chutiya 11.1.2011 Branch Post office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 386 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 11.1.2011 AP-Ref 387 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Purnea, Bihar 11.1.2011 AP- ND 388 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Haridwar, Uttarkhand 11.1.2011 AP-Ref 389 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Satara, M.S. 11.1.2011 390 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Nalbari, Assam 12.1.2011 AP-ND 391 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Mandi, H.P. 12.1.2011 82
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 392 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Azamgarh, U.P. 12.1.2011 AP- ND 393 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Faizabad, U.P. 12.1.2011 AP - REF 394 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Yamunanagar coop society- 12.1.2011 HAFED, Haryana 395 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers East Godavari, A.P. 12.1.2011 AP- ND 396 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Kurnool, A.P. 12.1.2011 AP – REF 397 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Mungir, Bihar 12.1.2011 AP- ND 398 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Temni, Batana Branch 12.1.2011 Post office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 399 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Karanji, Navkala 12.1.2011 Branch Post office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 400 ICEX, Mumbai General Kohima, Nagaland 12.1.2011 401 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Dhamangaon, Satona 13.1.2011 Branch Post office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 402 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill:Halbitola, Khamri 13.1.2011 Branch Post office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 403 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Mahendragarh, Haryana 13.1.2011 AP – REF 404 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Nawada, Bihar 13.1.2011 AP- ND 405 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Satara, M.S. 13.1.2011 406 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bhatinda, Punjab 13.1.2011 AP - REF 407 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Shahdol, M.P. 13.1.2011 AP- ND 408 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Ujjain, M.P. 13.1.2011 409 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Poanta sahib, H.P. 14.1.2011 410 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Bhatinda, Punjab 14.1.2011 411 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Rudrapur, Uttarkhand 14.1.2011 412 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Ghattetemni, Girola 14.1.2011 Branch Post office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 413 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Panjara, Kamtha Branch 14.1.2011 Post office, (Gondia GSK, Maharashtra) 414 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Chamba, H.P. 15.1.2011 415 ICEX, Mumbai Members, Clients, Kota, Rajasthan 17.1.2011 Physical Industry Players 416 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Latur, M.S. 17.1.2011 417 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Kanpur, U.P. 17.1.2011 AP- ND 83
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 418 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Ambala - Nabipur PACs , 17.1.2011 Haryana 419 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Solan, H.P. 17.1.2011 AP- ND 420 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Darrang, Assam 18.1.2011 AP-ND 421 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Kullu, H.P. 18.1.2011 422 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Rewari- Dharuhera PACs 18.1.2011 Haryana 423 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Hisar, Haryana 18.1.2011 AP - REF 424 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Rewari, Haryana 18.1.2011 AP – REF 425 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Dhanbad, Jharkhand 18.1.2011 AP – REF 426 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Dhanbad Jharkhand 18.1.2011 427 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Mansa, Punjab 18.1.2011 AP- ND 428 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Barabanki, U.P. 18.1.2011 AP- ND 429 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Gaya (Shimuwara PACS), 18.1.2011 Bihar 430 ICEX, Mumbai Members, Clients, Jaipur, Rajasthan 18.1.2011 Physical Industry Players 431 NCDEX, Mumbai General Sambalpur, Orissa 18.1.2011 432 Regional Agriculture Farmers Guntur, A.P. 19.1.2011 Research Station (RARS), Lam, Guntur, (NCDEX) 433 MCX, Mumbai Clients and Kolkata, W.B. 19.1.2011 Farmers 434 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jehanabad, Bihar 19.1.2011 AP- ND 435 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Rohtak, Haryana 19.1.2011 AP- ND 436 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Aligarh, U.P. 19.1.2011 AP- ND 437 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Hardoi, U.P. 19.1.2011 AP- ND 438 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC FSCS at Ratu ,Rainch., 19.1.2011 Jharkhand 439 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Ujjain, M.P. 19.1.2011 AP- ND 440 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Samastipur (Sarayaranjan 19.1.2011 PACS) Bihar 441 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Pithoragarh, Uttarkhand 19.1.2011 AP- ND 442 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Rewa, M.P. 19.1.2011 AP- ND 443 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Jhabua , M.P. 19.1.2011 84
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 444 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmes East Sikkim 20.1.2011 AP-ND 445 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Alirajpur, M.P. 20.1.2011 446 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Hoshiarpur, Punjab 20.1.2011 AP- ND 447 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Mukathsar, Punjab 20.1.2011 AP- ND 448 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Amritsar, Punjab 20.1.2011 449 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Sudana Baratola PACS, 20.1.2011 Daltonganj Palamu, Jharkhand 450 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Raebareli, U.P. 20.1.2011 AP- ND 451 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Basti, U.P. 20.1.2011 AP- ND 452 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Fatehabad, Haryana 20.1.2011 AP- ND 453 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jhajjar, Haryana 20.1.2011 AP- ND 454 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Alwar, Rajasthan 20.1.2011 AP – REF 455 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Raipur, Chattisgarh 20.1.2011 AP- ND 456 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Hoshngabad, M.P. 20.1.2011 AP-Ref 457 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Thogaimalai PACS, karur dt., 21.1.2011 Tamil Nadu 458 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Raipur/Nawapara, 21.1.2011 Chattisgarh 459 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Etah, U.P. 21.1.2011 AP- ND 460 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Shahjahanpur, U.P. 21.1.2011 AP- ND 461 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Makdi, Bulandshahr, U.P. 21.1.2011 462 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Karnal, Haryana 21.1.2011 AP- ND 463 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bhiwani, Haryana 21.1.2011 AP- ND 464 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Pali, Rajasthan 21.1.2011 AP- ND 465 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Barpeta, Assam 22.1.2010 AP-ND 466 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Lalitpur, U.P. 22.1.2011 AP- ND 467 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Banda, U.P. 22.1.2011 AP- ND 468 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Moradabad, U.P. 22.1.2011 AP - REF 469 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bareilly, U.P. 22.1.2011 AP - REF 470 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Karnal- Gudha PACs, 22.1.2011 Haryana 85
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 471 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Kicha, Uttarkhand 22.1.2011 472 NCDEX, Mumbai General Vijayawada, AP 22.1.2011 473 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Bajpeir, Sondassi 24.1.2011 Branch post office, Dalmau GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 474 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Bilaspur, H.P. 24.1.2011 475 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Hamirpur, H.P. 24.1.2011 476 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jhansi, U.P. 24.1.2011 AP - REF 477 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Gonda, U.P. 24.1.2011 AP- ND 478 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bokaro E, Jharkhand. 24.1.2011 AP- ND 479 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers North 24 Parganas, W.B. 24.1.2011 AP- ND 480 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bankura, W. B. 24.1.2011 AP- ND 481 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Nokha, Rajasthan 24.1.2011 482 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Vaishali (Languraon 25.1.2011 Balichandpur BiharPACS), 483 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Beawar, Rajasthan, 25.1.2011 484 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Sitapur U.P. 25.1.2011 AP- ND 485 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Semari, Jhansi U.P. 25.1.2011 486 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Mahar, Fatehpur, U.P. 25.1.2011 487 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bhandara, M.S. 25.1.2011 AP- ND 488 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Vivekanada SKUS, 25.1.2011 Tarakeswar, Hooghly., W.B. 489 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Sagar, M.P. 25.1.2011 AP-Ref 490 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Vikas Nagar, Uttarkhand 25.1.2011 491 MCX-GSK Farmers Chanda Tikar Branch post 251.2011 office, Dalmau GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 492 MCX-GSK Farmers Chilalula Branch post office, 27.1.2011 Dalmau GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 493 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Naya kheda, Pathrota 27.1.2011 Branch Post office, Itarsi GSK (Hoshangabad, M.P.) 494 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Somalwada, Sankheda 27.1.2011 Branch Post office, Itarsi GSK (Hoshangabad, M.P.) 495 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Bijaynagar, Rajasthan 27.1.2011 496 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers East Singhbhum, Jharkhand 27.1.2011 AP- ND 497 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Palamu, Jharkhand 27.1.2011 AP- ND 498 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Hooghly, W.B. 27.1.2011 AP – REF 499 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Rishikesh, Uttarkhand. 27.1.2011 86
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 500 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Jhabua (2), M.P. 27.1.2011 501 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Upper Siang, 28.1.2011 AP-ND Arunachal Pradesh 502 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jorhat, Assam 28.1.2011 AP-Ref 503 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Nizamabad, A.P. 28.1.2011 AP – REF 504 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Shimla, H.P. 28.1.2011 AP- ND 505 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Puri, Orissa 28.1.2011 AP – REF 506 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Daltonganj, Jharkhand 28.1.2011 507 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bikaner, Rajasthan 28.1.2011 AP- ND 508 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill Naseerpur, Uttaragauri 28.1.2011 Branch post office, Dalmau GSK (Rae Bareli, U.P.) 509 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Taronda, Jujaharpur 28.1.2011 Branch Post office, Itarsi GSK (Hoshangabad, M.P.) 510 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Chilli, Gurra Branch 28.1.2011 Post office, Itarsi GSK (Hoshangabad, M.P.) 511 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers AP-Ref Sonitpur, Assam 29.1.2011 512 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Kasdea, Kalakhar 29.1.2011 Branch Post office, Itarsi GSK (Hoshangabad, M.P.) 513 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Mahenderwadi, 29.1.2011 Bagratawa Branch Post office, Itarsi GSK (Hoshangabad, M.P.) 514 NCDEX, Mumbai General Dhampur, UP 29.1.2011 515 MCX, Mumbai General Kolhapur, MS 29.1.2011 516 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Muzaffarnagar, U.P. 29.1.2011 AP- ND 517 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Gurgaon, Haryana 29.1.2011 AP – REF 518 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Saharanpur, U.P. 29.1.2011 AP- ND 519 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Garhwa, Jharkhand 30.1.2011 520 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Mulaknur, Karimnagar A.P. 30.1.2011 521 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: chota mane gove, 30.1.2011 Manegave Branch Post office, Itarsi GSK (Hoshangabad, M.P.) 522 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Bhamangove, Saket 30.1.2011 Branch Post office, Itarsi GSK (Hoshangabad, M.P.) 523 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Tawli, Muzaffarnagar, U.P. 31.1.2011 524 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Buldana, M.S. 31.1.2011 AP- ND 87
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 525 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Birbhum, W.B. 31.1.2011 AP – REF 526 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Indore , M.P. 31.1.2010 527 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Warangal, A.P. 31.1.2011 AP – REF 528 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Kangra, H.P. 2.2.2011 529 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Sadul Sahar, Rajasthan 2.2.2011 530 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu 2.2.2011 AP- ND 531 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Raigard, M.S. 2.2.2011 532 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Tumkur, Karnataka 3.2.2011 533 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Lohardaga, Jharkhand 3.2.2011 534 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Raipur, Akauni Branch 3.2.2011 Post Office, Lalganj GSK (RaeBareli, U.P.) 535 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill.Bannamau, Ajeetpur 3.2.2011 Branch Post Office , Lalganj GSK (RaeBareli, U.P.) 536 MCX, Mumbai Traders Bellary, Karnataka 3.2.2011 537 MCX-GSK Farmers Merui Branch Post Office, 4.2.2011 Lalganj GSK (RaeBareli, U.P.) 538 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bolangir, Orissa 4.2.2011 AP-Ref 539 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Balanga Service Coop 4.2.2011 Society, Block-Block Nimapara, Puri, Orissa 540 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Raipur, Deepemau 4.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Lalganj GSK (RaeBareli, U.P.) 541 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Jagatpur, Bishnukhera 5.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Lalganj GSK (RaeBareli, U.P.) 542 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Janta Bazar, Lalumau 5.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Lalganj GSK (RaeBareli, U.P.) 543 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Dakshina –Kannada, 7.2.2011 AP- ND Karnataka 544 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Raipur-LAMPS 7.2.2011 Manikchouri, Chattisgarh 545 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Rudraprayag, Uttarkhand 7.2.2011 AP- ND 546 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Gwalior, M.P. 7.2.2011 AP-Ref 547 KVK, Raichur Farmers Raichur, Karnataka 8.2.2011 548 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Siriguppa, Karnataka 8.2.2011 549 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Chickballapur, Karnataka 8.2.2011 550 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Ahemednagar, M.S. 8.2.2011 551 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Kopal, Karnataka 8.2.2011 552 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Rajanandgaon,, Chattisgarh 8.2.2011 88
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 553 ICEX, Mumbai Members, Clients, Hazaribagh, Jharkhand 8.2.2011 Physical Industry Players 554 ICEX, Mumbai Members, Clients, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 8.2.2011 Physical Industry Players 555 NMCE, Ahmedabad General Bangalore, Karnataka 8.2.2011 556 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Golaghat , Assam 9.2.2011 AP-ND 557 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers South Tripura 9.2.2011 AP-Ref 558 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Bidar, Karnataka 9.2.2011 559 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Chitradurga, Karnataka 10.2.2011 AP- ND 560 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Malda, W.B. 10.2.2011 AP-Ref 561 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Ahemednagar , M.S. 10.2.2011 562 ICEX, Mumbai Management SN Sinha College, Ranchi, 10.2.2011 Students Jharkhand 563 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Fattepur, Agargaon 10.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 564 KVK, Gangavati Farmers Gangavati, Karnataka 11.2.2011 565 MCX-GSK Farmers Muradgaon; Nandora Branch 11.2.2011 Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 566 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Jamani, Chikani Branch 11.2.2011 Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 567 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Nagpur, M.S. 11.2.2011 568 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Dharwad, Karnataka 11.2.2011 AP-Ref 569 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Hassan, Karnataka 11.2.2011 AP-Ref 570 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Yadgiri, Karnataka 11.2.2011 571 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Ahemednagar , M.S. 11.2.2011 572 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Islampur, A.P. 11.2.2011 573 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Sherapuli, A.P. 11.2.2011 574 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Shekhpur, Mozari 12.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 575 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Poti, Khangaon Branch 12.2.2011 Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 576 MCX, Mumbai Clients, hedgers Patna, Bihar 12.2.2011. 577 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Paralakhemundi, Orissa 12.2.2011 578 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Sabong Saheed Shriti, W.B. 12.2.2011 579 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Gulbarga, Karnataka 12.2.2011 AP- ND 580 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers West Singhbhum, Jharkhand 12.2.2011 AP-ND 89
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 581 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Kosurla, Kapasi Branch 13.2.2011 Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 582 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Takali , Patri, Giroli 14.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 583 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Momimpur, Andori 14.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 584 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Belgum, Karnataka 14.2.2011 585 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Theni, Tamil Nadu 14.2.2011 AP-Ref 586 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Davanagere, Karnataka 14.2.2011 AP- ND 587 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Bahawa LAMPS, Nanihata 14.2.2011 Sreyahat, Dumka.,Jharkhand 588 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Barbhwan, W.B. 14.2.2011 AP- ND 589 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Chapra-Dhantala SKUS 14.2.2011 Ranaghat, W.B. 590 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers North Sikkim 15.2.2011 AP-ND 591 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Bilaspur-LAMPS Sendra, 15.2.2011 Chattisgarh 592 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Ralchur, Karnataka 15.2.2011 AP- ND 593 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Honnali, Karnataka 15.2.2011 594 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Bailhongal, Karnataka 15.2.2011 595 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Ratnagiri, M.S. 15.2.2011 596 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Kamaygoundanpatti PACS in 15.2.2011 Theni dt., Tamil Nadu 597 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Totgar Coop. Sell Soc. Uttar 15.2.2011 kannada Disrtict. Karnataka 598 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Sundergarh, Orissa 15.2.2011 AP-Ref 599 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Muradgaon, Nagazari 15.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 600 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Chinchala, Pimpalgaon 15.2.2011 Branch Post Office, Deoli GSK (Wardha, Maharashtra) 601 KVK, Bidar Farmers Bidar, Karnataka 15.2.2011 602 NMCE, Ahmedabad Farmers, Bankers Muvattupuzha Ernakulam, 16.2.2011 etc Kerala 603 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bilaspur, Chattisgarh 16.2.2011 AP- ND 604 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Hoshiarpur, Punjab 16.2.2011 605 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Rayagada, Orissa 16.2.2011 AP- ND 606 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Ratlam, , M.P. 16.2.2011 AP- ND 90
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 607 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Kota, Rajasthan 16.2.2011 608 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Kochi, Kerala 16.2.2011 AP-Ref 609 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers South Sikkim 17.2.2011 AP-Ref 610 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Chikmagalur, Karnataka 17.2.2011 AP-Ref 611 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jharsuguda, Orissa 17.2.2011 AP- ND 612 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Mungeli, Chattisgarh 17.2.2011 613 MCX, Mumbai Clients, Hedgers Kolkata, WB 17.2.2011 614 MCX, Mumbai Clients, Hedgers Machilipatnam, A.P. 17.2.2011 615 MCX, Mumbai General Agra, UP 17.202011 616 NCDEX, Mumbai General Rajkot, Gujarat 17.2.2011 617 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers West Sikkim 18.2.2011 AP-Ref 618 KVK, Gulbarga Farmers Gulbarga Karnataka 18.2.2011 619 MCX, Mumbai Iron Ore miners / Chennai, T.N. 18. 2.2011 exporters / Traders / 620 MCX, Mumbai The Belgaum Belgaum, Karnataka 18.2.2011 Chamber of Commerce & Industries 621 ICEX, Mumbai Students New Delhi 18.2.2011 [Indian Institute of Foreign Trade] 622 ICEX, Mumbai Students New Delhi 18.2.2011 [Indian Institute of Learning Management ] 623 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Bilaspur, Chattisgarh 18.2.2011 624 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Salem, Tamil Nadu 18.2.2011 AP- ND 625 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers AP-ND Lohardaga, Jharkhand 18.2.2011 626 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Kandarpur Service 18.2.2011 Coop,Society, Block-Cuttack Sandar,Cuttack., Orissa 627 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Mahasamund, Chattisgarh 19.2.2011 628 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC PACS, Mandya District., 19.2.2011 Karnataka 629 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Gajapati, Orissa 19.2.2011 AP- ND 630 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Khargone, M.P. 19.2.2011 631 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Rajapur, Kuwarmau 21.2.2011 Branch Post office (Nasirabad GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 632 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Ammarpur, Alampur 21.2.2011 Branch Post office (Nasirabad GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 633 MCX, Mumbai General Hyderabad, AP 21.2.2011 91
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 634 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jaipur, Rajasthan 21.2.2011 AP- ND 635 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Haridwar, Uttarkhand 21.2.2011 636 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Doeg, Rajasthan 21.2.2011 637 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Saiha, Mizoram 21.2.2011 AP-ND 638 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Lawgtlai , Mizoram 22.2.2011 AP-ND 639 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Tirap, Arunachal Pradesh 22.2.2011 AP-ND 640 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Hazaribah, Jharkhand 22.2.2011 AP-Ref 641 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Malnad Areca Marketing 22.2.2011 Cooperative Society Shimoga District. Karnataka 642 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Dhamatri, Chattisgarh 22.2.2011 AP- ND 643 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Pure Raei, Sandaha 22.2.2011 Branch Post office (Jais GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 644 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Pure Kharin, Kanta 22.2.2011 Branch Post office (Jais GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 645 NCDEX, Mumbai General Hospet, Karnataka 22.2.2011 646 NCDEX, Mumbai General Gorakhpur, UP 22.2.2011 647 ICEX, Mumbai APMC and Dimapur, Nagaland 22.2.2011 Nagaland State Agriculture Marketing Board Officers 648 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Ghardi, Kinod Branch 22.2.2011 Post office, Jalgaon GSK (Jalgaon, Maharashtra) 649 KVK, Hagari Farmers Hagari, Karnataka 22.2.2011 650 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Khaparkheda, 23.2.2011 Dhamangaon Branch Post office, Jalgaon GSK (Jalgaon, Maharashtra) 651 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Bheliya, Barkhurdarpur 23.2.2011 Branch Post office (Jais GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 652 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Lala ka purwa, 23.2.2011 Ashrafpur Branch Post office(Nasirabad GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 653 NCDEX, Mumbai Mandi Officals Talegon, Maharashtra 23.2.2011 654 NMCE, Ahmedabad Farmers Kalampoor, Kerala 23.2.2011 655 ICEX, Mumbai Farmers, NGO Hapur, UP 23.2.2011 and Banks 656 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Bellari, Karnataka 23.2.2011 657 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Deoghar, Jharkhand 23.2.2011 AP-Ref 92
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 658 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Saraipali, Chattisgarh 23.2.2011 659 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jodhpur, Rajasthan 23.2.2011 AP- ND 660 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Surajpole, Rajasthan 23.2.2011 661 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Hapur, U.P. 23.2.2011 662 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Lunglei, Mizoram 23.2.2011 AP-ND 663 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Serchhip, Mizoram 24.2.2011 AP-Ref 664 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Kolhapur , M.S. 24.2.2011 665 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Amreli, Gujarat 24.2.2011 666 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Bharuch, Gujarat 24.2.2011 667 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jhunnagadh, Gujarat, 24.2.2011 AP- ND 668 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Banaskhanda, Gujarat 24.2.2011 AP- ND 669 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Dhamtri, Chattisgarh 24.2.2011 670 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu 24.2.2011 AP- ND 671 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Rajandgaon, Rajasthan 24.2.2011 672 ICEX, Mumbai General Agartala, Tripura 24.2.2011 673 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Nandra KH, 24.2.2011 Dhamangaon Branch Post office, Jalgaon GSK (Jalgaon, Maharashtra) 674 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Pure Bunda , 24.2.2011 Paraiyanamaksar Branch Post office (Jais GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 675 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Pure Mitai, Babhanpur 24.2.2011 Branch Post office (Jais GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 676 EEU, Lingasugar Farmers Hagari, Karnataka 25.2.2011 677 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Kolasib, Mizoram 25.2.2011 AP-Ref 678 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Beval, Sujavariya 25.2.2011 Branch Post office (Nasirabad GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 679 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill. Ramsapur, Lahenga 25.2.2011 Branch Post office (Nasirabad GSK, RaeBareli) U.P. 680 MCX-GSK Farmers Avhane Branch Post office, 25.2.2011 Jalgaon GSK (Jalgaon, Maharashtra) 681 MCX, Mumbai Bullion and Jabalpur, M.P. 25.2.2011 Physical Traders 682 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Roorkee pancahayt elections, 25.2.2011 Uttarkhand 683 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Mandya, Karnataka 25.2.2011 684 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Kolhapur, M.S. 25.2.2011 93
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 685 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Namakkal, Tamil Nadu 26.2. 2011 AP- ND 686 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Mandsaur, M.P. 26.2.2011 687 MCX-GSK Farmers Shirsoli Branch Post office, 26.2.2011 Jalgaon GSK (Jalgaon, Maharashtra) 688 MCX, Mumbai General Sriganganagar, Rajasthan 26.2.2011 689 NCDEX, Mumbai General Rewari, Haryana 28.2.2011 690 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Jalgaon, M.S. 27.2.2011 691 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Shimoga, Karnataka 28.2.2011 692 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Peddapadu PACS West 28.2.2011 Godavari, A.P. 693 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Dhalai, Tripura 28.2.2011 AP-ND 694 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Surat, Gujarat 1.3.2011 AP-Ref 695 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Manikantha PACS Krishna 1.3.2011 A.P. 696 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Karimnagar, A.P. 1.3.2011 AP- ND 697 MCX, Mumbai General Delhi 1.3.2011 698 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: SanKrpura, Upera 1.3.2011 Branch post office, (Unjha GSK, Mahesana), Gujarat 699 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Pradhanpura, BhanKar 1.3.2011 Branch post office, (Unjha GSK, Mahesana), Gujarat 700 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jangir, Chattisgarh 1.3.2011 AP- ND 701 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Pardi, Valsad, Gujarat 1.3.2011 702 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers North Tripura 1.3.2011 AP-ND 703 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Mamit, Mizoram 2.3.2011 AP-ND 704 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Sakti, Chattisgarh 3.3.2011 705 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Guntur, A.P. 3.3.2011 AP – REF 706 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Vadodara, Gujarat 3.3.2011 AP- ND 707 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers West Siang, 3.3.2011 AP-ND Arunachal Pradesh 708 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Purba Medinipur, W.B. 4.3.2011 AP- ND 709 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Jamnagar, Gujarat 4.3.2011 710 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Sonipura Somnath, Kheda, 4.3.2011 Gujarat 711 MCX, Mumbai Members and Chennai, T.N. 4.3.2011 Traders 712 MCX, Mumbai General Bangalore, Karnataka 4.3.2011 713 NCDEX, Mumbai General Nasik 4.3.2011 Maharashtra 94
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 714 ICEX, Mumbai General Nagpur, M.S. 4.3.2011 715 ICEX, Mumbai Farmers Simboli, U.P 5.3.2011 716 MCX, Mumbai Physical Traders Ahmadabad, Gujarat 5.3.2011 of Sugar 717 MCX, Mumbai Members and Faridabad, Haryana 5.3.2011 Traders 718 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC FSS Buxar, Ghaziabad, U.P. 5.3.2011 719 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Champhai, Mizoram 5.3.2011 AP-ND 720 NCDEX, Mumbai General Jorhat, Assam 6.3.2011 721 NCDEX, Mumbai Students Pondicherry University 7.3.2011 Pondicherry 722 NCDEX, Mumbai General Raichur, Karnataka 7.3.2011 723 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Dewas, M.P. 8.3.2011 724 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Ranchi, Jharkhand 8.3.2011 725 MCX-GSK Farmers Mandewaru Branch Post 8.3.2011 Office (Jewargi GSK, Gulbaraga), KarnataKa 726 MCX-GSK Farmers Jeratagi Branch Post Office 8.3.2011 (Jewargi GSK, Gulbaraga), KarnataKa 727 NCDEX, Mumbai Students Vels University-Chennai 8.3.2011 TamilNadu 728 NCDEX, Mumbai Students Chennai Business School 9.3.2011 TamilNadu 729 NCDEX, Mumbai General Alwar, Rajasthan 9.3.2011 730 MCX-GSK Farmers Bilawar Branch Post Office 9.3.2011 (Jewargi GSK, Gulbaraga), KarnataKa 731 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Dhule, M.S. 9.3.2011 AP-Ref 732 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Bilara, Rajasthan 10.3.2011 733 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Dhar, M.P. 10.3.2011 734 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Dhule, M.S. 10.3.2011 735 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Panchmahal¸ Gujarat 10.3.2011 736 MCX-GSK Farmers Hipparaga(J) Branch Post 10.3.2011 Office (Jewargi GSK, Gulbaraga), KarnataKa 737 MCX-GSK Farmers Koodi Branch Post Office 10.3.2011 (Jewargi GSK, Gulbaraga), KarnataKa 738 NCDEX, Mumbai General Amritsar, Punjab 10.3.2011 739 NCDEX, Mumbai General Nagour, Rajasthan 11.3.2011 740 MCX, Mumbai General Visakhapatnam, A.P. 11.3.2011 741 MCX, Mumbai Member and Jaipur, Rajasthan 11.3.2011 Physical Traders (Mini Contracts) 742 MCX-GSK Farmers Deasanagi Branch Post 11.3.2011 Office (Jewargi GSK, Gulbaraga), Karnataka 95
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 743 MCX-GSK Farmers Madari Branch Post Office 11.3.2011 (Jewargi GSK, Gulbaraga), Karnataka 744 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Beed , M.S. 11.3.2011 745 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Karimnagar, A.P. 12.3.2011 746 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Jalna, M.S. 12.3.2011 AP-Ref 747 NCDEX, Mumbai General Merta, Rajasthan 12.3.2011 748 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Nadia , W.B. 12.3.2011 AP-Ref 749 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Patan, Gujarat 13.3.2011 750 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Calicut, Kerala 14.3.2011 751 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Calicut, Kerala 14.3.2011 AP- ND 752 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Gunpur , Orissa 14.3.2011 753 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Kurud, Chattisgarh 14.3.2011 754 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Anand, Gujarat 15.3.2011 755 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bhavnagar, Gujarat 16.3.2011 AP- ND 756 NCDEX, Mumbai General Aarambagh 16.3.2011 West Bengal 757 NCDEX, Mumbai General Meghalaya 16.3.2011 Deptt. of Agriculture 758 NCDEX, Mumbai Students NEHU- Shillong 16.3.2011 Meghalaya 759 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bharatpur , Rajasthan 17.3.2011 AP- ND 760 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Dhule, M.S. 17.3.2011 761 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Barkul Service Coop Society, 17.3.2011 Block-Banpur, Khurda., Orissa 762 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers West Tripura 17.3.2011 AP-Ref 763 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Durg, Chattisgarh 18.3.2011 764 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Balasore, Orissa 18.3.2011 AP- ND 765 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Navsari, Gujarat 18.3.2011 AP- ND 766 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Ganjam, Orissa 18.3.2011 AP-Ref 767 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Rajkot, Gujarat 18.3.2011 AP-Ref 768 MCX, Mumbai Member and Mysore, Karnataka 18.3.2011 Physical Trader 769 MCX, Mumbai Members and Hosur, Karnataka 18.3.2011 Traders 770 NCDEX, Mumbai General Dehrdun, Uttarkhand 18.3.2011 771 MCX, Mumbai Member and Ahmadabad, Gujarat 19.3.2011 Physical Trader 772 MCX, Mumbai Member and Ganjbasoda., M.P. 19.3.2011 Physical Trader 96
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 773 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Surendranagar, Gujarat 19.3.2011 774 MCX, Mumbai General Madurai, T.N. 20.3.2011 775 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Durg, Chattisgarh 22.3.2011 AP- ND 776 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Bargarh, Orissa 22.3.2011 AP- ND 777 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Wayanad, Kerala 22.3.2011 AP- ND 778 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Ahmedabad, Gujarat 22.3.2011 779 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Navsari, Gujarat 22.3.2011 780 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Wayanad, Kerala 22.3.2011 781 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Jwalagarh, Salawa 22.3.2011 Branch Post Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut), U.P. 782 MCX, Mumbai Members and Rasipuram, T.N. 22.3.2011 Physical Trader 783 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: BhoopKhera, 23.3.2011 Mujahidpur Branch Post Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut), U.P. 784 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Fareedpur, Kheda 23.3.2011 Branch Post Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut), U.P. 785 NCDEX, Mumbai General Agra, Uttar Pradesh 23.3.2011 786 NABCONS, Mumbai PAC Idukki, Kerala 23.3.2011 787 NABCONS, Mumbai APMC Balod, Chattisgarh 23.3.2011 788 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Mehaboobnagar, A.P 23.3.2011 AP- ND 789 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Idukki, Kerala 23.3.2011 AP- ND 790 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Ajmer, Rajasthan 24.3.2011 AP-Ref 791 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Kota Rajasthan 24.3.2011 AP-Ref 792 MCX, Mumbai Members and Kolkata, W.B. 24.3.2011 Physical Trader 793 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Phali, Kaland Branch 24.3.2011 Post Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut), U.P. 794 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Nahali, PitloKer Branch 24.3.2011 Post Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut), U.P. 795 MCX, Mumbai Members and Thalassery, Kerala 25.3.2011 Physical Traders (Mini Contracts) 796 MCX, Mumbai Members and Perinthalmanna, Kerala 25.3.2011 Physical Traders (Mini Contracts) 797 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Chandana, Chaboriya 25.3.2011 Branch Post Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut), U.P. 97
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 798 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: Nawada, Kaland Branch 25.3.2011 Post Office (Sardhana GSK, Meerut), U.P. 799 MCX, Mumbai Members Delhi 25.3.2011 800 MCX, Mumbai Physical Traders Gudivada, A.P. 25.3.2011 and Investors 801 MCX, Mumbai Physical Traders Kanpur, U.P. 28.3.2011 and Investors 802 NCDEX, Mumbai General Suratgarh, Rajasthan 26.3.2011 803 NCDEX, Mumbai General Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 26.3.2011 804 MCX-GSK Farmers DauKlatpura-2 Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 27.3.2011 805 MCX-GSK Farmers Begliyas Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 27.3.2011 806 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: MAHAMDPUR, Sarul Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra 27.3.2011 807 MCX-GSK Farmers Viil: SINDHI, Pachkhed Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra 27.3.2011 808 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers AP-Ref Vidisha, M.P. 27.3.2011 809 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers Chittoor, A.P. 28.3.2011 AP- ND 810 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: DEVGAON, Ganori Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra 28.3.2011 811 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: PINPRI, Naygaon Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra 28.3.2011 812 MCX-GSK Farmers Devmali Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 28.3.2011 813 MCX-GSK Farmers Dholdanta Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 28.3.2011 814 MCX-GSK Farmers Jehipiya Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 29.3.2011 815 MCX-GSK Farmers Kund Ka Lamba Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 29.3.2011 816 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: KHADKSAWANGA, Dighi Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra 29.3.2011 98
  • S. No. Name of the lead Exchange Category Place Date 817 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: MITNAPUR, Falegaon Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra 29.3.2011 818 NCDEX, Mumbai General Bareily, Uttar Pradesh 29.3.2011 819 NABCONS, Mumbai Farmers AP- ND Kottayam, Kerala 29.3.2011 820 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: HIWARA, Pardi Branch 30.3.2011 Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra 821 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: KOPRA, Dighi Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal, Maharashtra) 30.3.2011 822 MCX-GSK Farmers Satwariya Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 30.3.2011 823 MCX-GSK Farmers Moyana Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 30.3.2011 824 NCDEX, Mumbai General Madurai, Tamil Nadu 30.3.2011 825 NCDEX, Mumbai General Haldwani 30.3.2011 826 MCX-GSK Farmers Shyamgarh Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 31.3.2011 827 MCX-GSK Farmers Nandwara Branch Post Office, (Masuda GSK, Ajmer), Rajasthan 31.3.2011 828 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: KONDHA, Naygaon Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra 31.3.2011 829 MCX-GSK Farmers Vill: WATKHED(KHURD), 31.3.2011 Watkhed Branch Post Office, (Babhulgaon GSK, Yavatmal), Maharashtra Annexure VII-B Statewise Summery of Awareness Programmes conducted for Farmers / Non-farmers. S. No. Names of States Farmers Others Total 1 Maharashtra 103 34 137 2 Andhra Pradesh 9 20 29 3 West Bengal 12 14 26 4 Uttaranchal 8 13 21 5 Punjab 8 10 18 6 Gujarat 15 22 37 99
  • 7 Kerala 8 14 22 8 Tamil Nadu 12 20 32 9 Karnataka 38 29 67 10 Rajasthan 29 36 65 11 Bihar 6 8 14 12 Madhya Pradesh 46 19 65 13 Uttar Pradesh 130 20 150 14 Jharkhand 8 16 24 15 Haryana 11 8 19 16 New Delhi -- 9 9 17 Orissa 8 11 19 18 Assam 7 3 10 19 Himachal Pradesh 3 9 12 20 Nagaland 1 4 5 21 Mizoram 7 -- 7 22 Meghalaya -- 2 2 23 Sikkim 4 -- 4 24 Manipur -- 1 1 25 Chatttisgarh 5 15 20 26 Jammu -- 1 1 27 Tripura 4 2 6 28 Arunachal Pradesh 3 -- 3 29 Pondicherry -- 2 2 30 Chandigarh -- 1 1 31 Goa 1 -- 1 TOTAL 486 343 829 Annexure VIII Details of Capacity Building programmes conducted during 2010-11.S. Name of the Dates of the Name of the programme Category of participantsNo. Institute programme conducted1 J. N. Krishi Vishwa 10th and 11th Training programme on faculty/students of Vidyalaya, June, 2010 commodity futures market Jabalpur(M.P.), Jabalpur - (M.P.). for Agricultural Raipur and Rajmata Universities Vijayarajy Schindiya Krishi Viswa Vidyalaya, Gwalior2 VAMNICOM, 24-26th June, Futures trading on For BODs & MDs of Pune 2010 agricultural commodities SCBs and DCCBs 100
  • S. Name of the Dates of the Name of the programme Category of participantsNo. Institute programme conducted3 VAMNICOM, 24-26th June, Futures trading on For Executives/Managers Pune 2010 agricultural commodities of SCBs and DCCBs4 HAFED, Haryana 17-18th June, Training programme on For office bearers and 2010 commodity market management of Hafed, Haryana5 MPUAT, Udaipur 25-26th June Training programme on For faculty members and 2010 commodity futures market student of the University for Agricultural Universities6 National Bank Staff 19-20th July, Futures trading of MDs, GMs, DGMs and College, Lucknow 2010 agricultural commodities other levels of officers of the cooperative banks across the country7 T.N. Agri. Univ. 21-22nd July, Faculty Development Commerce/Economics/M Coimbatore 2010 Programme anagement of Bharathiar University, its affiliated Institutions and other colleges and Universities in and around Coimbatore8 D.G. ICM, Gadgil, 30-31st July, Futures trading of For cooperatives Nagpur 2010 agricultural commodities personnel of Vidharbha and Marathwada regions of Maharashtra, Board of Management, Secretaries, Assistant Secretaries and President of Primary Agricultural Marketing Societies9 Punjab Agricultural 5-6th August, Futures trading of For faculty of KVKs and University,Ludhiana 2010 agricultural commodities other extension scientist10 D.G. ICM, Gadgil, 12-13th August, Futures trading of For cooperatives Nagpur 2010 agricultural commodities personnel of Vidharbha and Marathwada regions of Maharashtra, Board of Management, Secretaries, Assistant Secretaries and President of Primary Agricultural Marketing Societies11 TOPIC Gurgaon 26-27th Futures trading of For Development Aug.2010 agricultural commodities officers of Coop. Departments/DCCBs12 University of 26-27th Commodity Futures Market for KVK staff, your Agricultural August, 2010 for Agricultural Department personnel, Sciences, Banglore Universities University staff and first year MBA(ABM) students13 VAMNICOM, Pune 20-22nd Programme on creating Cooperative personnel Sept.2010 excellence through strategy and culture 101
  • S. Name of the Dates of the Name of the programme Category of participantsNo. Institute programme conducted14 Navsari Agricultural 21-22nd Sept. Commodity Futures Market For students of MBA Univ. Navsari 2010 for Agricultural (Agribusiness) Universities.15 Pondicherry 25-26th Sept. Faculty Development For commerce, University 2010 Programme on commodity Economics, Management derivatives & Sciences of Pondicherry University & colleges in University & T .N.16 Institute of 30th Sept.- 1st Futures trading of For Board of Directors of Cooperative Oct. 2010 Agricultural Commodity PACs/ PAMGs Management, Jaipur17 NITIE, Mumbai 7-8th October, National Seminar on Associated with 2010 Commodity Markets commodity trade Ecosystem Recent Trends and Prospects ahead.18 Dr. Panjabrao 13-14th Oct. Commodity Futures Market For faculty and students Deshmukh Krishi 2010 for Agricultural of the University Vidyapeeth, Universities Akola19 Udaybhansinghji 19-20th On Commodity Futures Senior level cooperative RICM, Oct.2010 Market. personnel (MDs and Gandhinagar CEOs of Cooperative (Gujarat) banks and Cooperative Marketing Federations) and mandi officials of the State of Gujarat20 Udaybhansinghji 22-23rd On Commodity Futures -do- RICM, Oct.2010 Market. Gandhinagar (Gujarat)21 VAMNICOM, Pune 25-27th Programme on commodity For Cooperative Oct.2010 futures market for personnel cooperatives22 LBSNAA, 11th Nov. 2010 IAS Phase IV Mid Career For IAS phase IV Mussorie Programme23 IRMA, Anand 11-12th Nov. On Commodity Futures For cooperative 2010 Market marketing societies and marketing federations24 Institute of 15-16th Nov. Futures trading of For Board of Directors of Cooperative 2010 Agricultural Commodity DCCBs Management, Jaipur25 Mahatama Phule 21.11.2010 Commodity exchanges and For students and faculty Krishi Vidypeeth, forward/futures markets Rahuri, Ahmedanagar26 Govt.of Kerala, 25.11.2010 Commodity Futures For Commercial Tax Thiruvananthapura Markets Officials. m 102
  • S. Name of the Dates of the Name of the programme Category of participantsNo. Institute programme conducted27 Central Agricultural 25-26th On commodity futures For the officers of the University Pasighat, Nov.2010 markets University, Krishi Vigyan Arunachal Pradesh Kendras, State Department of Agriculture and State Department of Horticulture of Arunachal Pradesh28 TOPIC Gurgaon 1-2nd Dec.2010 Futures trading of Cooperatives. agricultural commodities For JRCS/DRCS/ARCS/ Managers of DCCBs29 Institute of 6-7th Dec. 2010 Futures trading of For Members of PACs / Cooperative Agricultural Commodity PAMGs Management, Jaipur30 Bharathidasan 11-12th Seminar on “Recent Trends For students, companies University, Dec.2010 in Derivatives and Risk and other entities. Tamil Nadu Management”31 CCS Haryana 14-15th Dec. Commodity Futures Market For teachers and students Agricultural 2010 for Agricultural of the University University, Hissar Universities (CB)32 CCS Haryana 16.12.2010 Commodity Futures Market For officials of KVKs Agricultural for Agricultural University, Hissar Universities (awareness prog.)33 BIRD, Lucknow 8-10th Dec. Futures Trading of For bank officers 2010 Agricultural Commodities th34 ICM, Bhopal 6-7 Jan.2011 On Commodity Futures For MDs and CEOs of Market. DCCBs and CEOs of M.P. and Chattisgarh35 UAS, Raichur 24-25th Jan. On Commodity Futures For students and teachers 2011 Market oft UAS, Raichur36 IIM(Lucknow) 27-28th On commodity futures Secretaries/Addl. January, 2010 markets Secretaries/Jt. Sect. of Central & State Govt.37 Regional 17-18th On Commodity Futures Students and scientist Agriculture Jan.2011 Market for Agricultural Research Universities Station (RARS), Lam, Guntur,38 Regional 19th Jan.2011 On Commodity Futures Awareness programme Agriculture Market for Agricultural for farmers Research Universities Station (RARS), Lam, Guntur,39 XIMB, 28th Jan.2011 On Commodity Futures For students of PGPBFS Bhubhaneshwar Market for Agricultural Universities40 NIAM, Jaipur 8-9th Feb. 2011 Futures trading in APMC Secretary of agricultural commodities Assam SAMB /Directorate of Agri. Marketing 103
  • S. Name of the Dates of the Name of the programme Category of participantsNo. Institute programme conducted41 IGICM, 14-15th “Futures Trading of For Secretaries, Managers Lucknow February, 2011 Agricultural Commodities”. and Heads of Marketing Boards and Mandi Parishad of U.P. State42 IGICM, 21-22nd “Futures Trading of For Secretaries, Managers Lucknow February, 2011 Agricultural Commodities”. and Heads of Marketing Boards and Mandi Parishad of U.P. State43 Institute of 17-18th Feb. Futures trading of For Board of Directors of Cooperative 2011 Agricultural Commodity PACs Management, Jaipur44 TOPIC Gurgaon 24-25th Futures trading of Cooperatives. Feb.2011 agricultural commodities For Managers of State Mktg. Federations/DCCBs & officers of NCDC45 Institute of 31st Jan.-1st Futures trading of For Board of Directors of Cooperative Feb. 2011 Agricultural Commodity PAMGs Management, Jaipur46 Utkal University, 28.1.2011 Futures trading of P.G. students of the Bhubaneshwar Agricultural Commodity University47 Institute of 3-4th Futures trading of For Board of Directors of Cooperative March,2011 Agricultural Commodity PACs/ PAMGs Management, Jaipur48 IGICM 7-8th March, “Futures Trading of For Secretaries, Managers Lucknow 2011 Agricultural Commodities”. and Heads of Marketing Boards and Mandi Parishad of U.P. State49 Anand Agricultural 7-8th March, Futures trading of for the faculty of University, Anand 2011 Agricultural Commodity Agricultural Universities of Gujarat, officers of line Department/Board/Corpo ration, P.G. Students and progressive farmers50 TOPIC Gurgaon 10-11th March, Futures trading of Cooperatives. 2011 agricultural commodities for Development officers of Coop. Departments/DCCBs51 NIAM, Jaipur 8-9th March, Futures trading of APMC Secretary of 2011 agricultural commodities Punjab, Haryana/ SAMB /Directorate of Agri. Marketing52 NIAM, Jaipur 15-16th March, Futures trading of APMC Secretary of West 2011 agricultural commodities Bangal/ SAMB /Directorate of Agri. Marketing 104
  • S. Name of the Dates of the Name of the programme Category of participantsNo. Institute programme conducted53 Anand Agricultural 16-17th March, Futures trading of for the faculty of University, Anand 2011 Agricultural Commodity Agricultural Universities of Gujarat, officers of line Department/Board/Corpo ration, P.G. Students and progressive farmers54 NIAM, Jaipur 22-23rd March, Futures trading in APMC Secretary of 2011 agricultural commodities Nagaland SAMB /Directorate of Agri. Marketing55 NIAM, Jaipur 23-24th March, Futures trading in UP Mandi Parishad 2011 agricultural commodities56 IGICM, 24-25th March, “Futures Trading of For Secretaries, Managers Lucknow 2011 Agricultural Commodities”. and Heads of Marketing Boards and Mandi Parishad of U.P. State57 NIAM, Jaipur 25-26th Futures trading in Tamil Nadu SAMB March, 2011 agricultural commodities58 NIAM, Jaipur 25-26th March, Futures trading in Himachal Pradesh SAMB 2011 agricultural commodities59 NIAM, Jaipur 29-30th March, Futures trading in Maharashtra SAMB 2011 agricultural commodities60 NABCONS 22nd nov. 2010 Tot For nabcons officers61 NABCONS 28.11.2010 Tot For nabcons officers62 NABCONS 7.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers63 NABCONS 8.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers64 NABCONS 15.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers65 NABCONS 16.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers66 NABCONS 22.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers67 NABCONS 22.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers68 NABCONS 24.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers69 NABCONS 24.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers70 NABCONS 24.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers71 NABCONS 30.12.2010 Tot For nabcons officers72 NABCONS 6.1.2011 Tot For nabcons officers73 NABCONS 27.1.2011 Tot For nabcons officers74 NABCONS 28.1.2011 Tot For nabcons officers75 NABCONS 31.1.2011 Tot For nabcons officers76 NABCONS 10.2.2011 Tot For nabcons officers77 NABCONS 16.2.2011 Tot For nabcons officers78 NABCONS 15-16th nov. Tot Nodal officers of 19 state 2010 govts.79 NABCONS 9.12.2010 Tot Ner, state level Annexure - IX Details of international training programmes/conferences/meetings attended by officers of 105
  • the Commission – 2010-11S. No. Deputation Details Period of deputation th 1 To attend the 35 Annual International Conference 6th - 10th June, 2010 of IOSCO at Montreal, Canada from 6th to10th June, 2010 2 SFOA Programme – “31st Annual SFOA 8th -11th September, Burgenstock Meeting”, September 8th - 11th, 2009 and 2010 26th Annual Burgenstock Regulators’ Meeting – 9th September, 2009 3 Meeting of the IOSCO Technical Committee Task 27th September,2010 Force on Commodity Futures Markets at London on 27th September, 2010. 4 Training programme organized by the Euromoney on 5th - 8th October, 2010 ‘Commodity Markets, Derivatives and Finance’ at Hong Kong from 5-8 October, 2010 5 To attend the IOSCO-EMC meeting at Istanbul, 13th - 15th October, Turkey from 13th – 15th October, 2010. 2010 6 Training programme organized by the USCFTC on 17th - 22nd October, “International Market Authorities on Regulation of 2010 Derivative Products, Markets and Financial Intermediaries” at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago from October 17-22, 2010 7 To attend the International Regulators Meeting and 15th - 18th March, 2011. the 36th Annual International Futures Industry Conference from 15th- 18th March, 2011. 8 Shri D.S. Kolamkar, Member to attend the G-20 23rd -24th March, 2011 meeting of Agriculture deputies at Paris from 23-24 March, 2011 106
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SILVER AT MCX `. PER KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 5-May-10 5-Jul-10 4-Sep-10 4-Dec-10 5-Mar-11 5-May-11 5-Jul-11 5-Sep-11 5-Dec-1131-Mar-10 26875.00 26935.00 27141.00 27346.00 27506.0015-Apr-10 27775.00 27855.00 28041.00 28246.00 28410.0030-Apr-10 28235.00 28304.00 28297.00 28418.00 28577.0015-May-10 29520.00 29658.00 29758.00 29931.00 30183.0031-May-10 29263.00 29292.00 29385.00 29484.00 29215.0015-Jun-10 29210.00 29366.00 29445.00 29551.00 29645.0030-Jun-10 29575.00 29604.00 29607.00 29708.00 29832.00 15-Jul-10 29150.00 29170.00 29272.00 29356.00 29559.00 31-Jul-10 28644.00 28636.00 28750.00 28862.00 28950.0014-Aug-10 28993.00 29039.00 29194.00 29270.00 29416.0031-Aug-10 30140.00 30915.00 30887.00 30956.00 30991.0015-Sep-10 32050.00 32108.00 32220.00 32282.00 32330.0030-Sep-10 33350.00 32962.00 33097.00 33185.00 33310.0015-Oct-10 36450.00 36106.00 36230.00 36344.00 36574.0030-Oct-10 37075.00 37105.00 37378.00 37518.00 37625.0015-Nov-10 39575.00 39610.00 39869.00 40144.00 40329.0030-Nov-10 41805.00 43009.00 43198.00 43320.00 43428.0015-Dec-10 44250.00 44442.00 44631.00 44750.00 44832.0031-Dec-10 46065.00 46217.00 46433.00 46593.00 46712.0015-Jan-11 44600.00 43842.00 44157.00 44306.00 44452.0031-Jan-11 42950.00 43640.00 43936.00 44033.00 44178.0015-Feb-11 46050.00 46390.00 47107.00 47317.00 47469.0028-Feb-11 49600.00 49850.00 51113.00 51553.00 51919.0015-Mar-11 52450.00 52084.00 52850.00 53481.00 54913.0031-Mar-11 55900.00 55970.00 56609.00 57261.00 58157.00 107
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF GOLD AT MCX `. PER 10 GRAMS FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 5-Apr-10 5-Jun-10 5-Aug-10 5-Oct-10 4-Dec-10 5-Feb-11 5-Apr-11 4-Jun-11 5-Aug-11 5-Oct-1131-Mar-10 16300.00 16295.00 16436.00 16527.00 16592.0015-Apr-10 16750.00 16838.00 16920.00 17012.00 17049.0030-Apr-10 17015.00 17125.00 17208.00 17291.00 17339.0015-May-10 18177.00 18164.00 18248.00 18345.00 18327.0031-May-10 18377.00 18385.00 18398.00 18466.00 18525.0015-Jun-10 18565.00 18664.00 18747.00 18780.00 18831.0030-Jun-10 18805.00 18852.00 18926.00 19001.00 19047.0015-Jul-10 18428.00 18400.00 18488.00 18565.00 18653.0031-Jul-10 17799.00 17770.00 17937.00 18025.00 18090.0014-Aug-10 18509.00 18565.00 18662.00 18727.00 18799.0031-Aug-10 18920.00 19134.00 19236.00 19339.00 19410.0015-Sep-10 19185.00 19139.00 19232.00 19325.00 19440.0030-Sep-10 19165.00 19035.00 19239.00 19345.00 19427.0015-Oct-10 19810.00 19835.00 20006.00 20148.00 20250.0030-Oct-10 19680.00 19807.00 20000.00 20153.00 20285.0015-Nov-10 20130.00 20223.00 20415.00 20600.00 20676.0030-Nov-10 20500.00 20538.00 20807.00 20969.00 21067.0015-Dec-10 20533.00 20631.00 20827.00 20969.00 21152.0031-Dec-10 20575.00 20728.00 20921.00 21073.00 21193.0015-Jan-11 20325.00 20261.00 20487.00 20673.00 20837.0031-Jan-11 19920.00 19922.00 20170.00 20386.00 20567.0015-Feb-11 20325.00 20500.00 20734.00 20924.00 21124.0028-Feb-11 20800.00 20923.00 21227.00 21551.00 21828.0015-Mar-11 20730.00 20605.00 20907.00 21246.00 21588.0031-Mar-11 20760.00 20693.00 21058.00 21375.00 21686.00 108
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CRUDE OIL AT MCX ` PER 10 GRAMS 19-Apr- 19-May- 21-Jun- 19-Jul- 19-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Oct- 18-Nov- 17-Dec- Date Spot 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1031-Mar-10 3702.00 3751.00 3769.00 3787.00 3814.00 3822.00 3829.00 15-Apr-10 3830.00 3800.00 3852.00 3907.00 3925.00 3961.00 3959.00 30-Apr-10 3796.00 3814.00 3908.00 3964.00 3995.00 4024.00 4034.0015-May-10 3230.00 3264.00 3440.00 3558.00 3638.00 3689.00 3740.0031-May-10 3443.00 3464.00 3526.00 3577.00 3625.00 3664.00 3695.0015-Jun-10 3498.00 3556.00 3615.00 3659.00 3698.00 3744.00 3764.0030-Jun-10 3533.00 3523.00 3563.00 3603.00 3647.00 3692.00 3714.00 15-Jul-10 3558.00 3590.00 3622.00 3659.00 3689.00 3736.00 3592.00 31-Jul-10 3668.00 3654.00 3686.00 3716.00 3743.00 3780.0014-Aug-10 3512.00 3537.00 3580.00 3624.00 3661.00 3696.0031-Aug-10 3499.00 3449.00 3526.00 3609.00 3657.0015-Sep-10 3561.00 3514.00 3585.00 3659.00 3713.0030-Sep-10 3497.00 3591.00 3650.00 3703.0015-Oct-10 3653.00 3599.00 3653.00 3704.0030-Oct-10 3627.00 3630.00 3689.0015-Nov-10 3789.00 3854.00 3906.0030-Nov-10 3927.00 3923.0015-Dec-10 3973.00 4020.0031-Dec-10 4034.0015-Jan-11 4147.0031-Jan-11 4086.0015-Feb-11 3859.0028-Feb-11 4441.0015-Mar-11 4569.0031-Mar-11 4668.00 109
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CRUDE OIL AT MCX `. PER 10 GRAMS 19-Jan- 21-Feb- 21-Mar- 18-Apr- 19-May- 20-Jun- 19-Jul- 19-Aug- 19-Sep- Date Spot 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 3702.00 15-Apr-10 3830.00 30-Apr-10 3796.0015-May-10 3230.0031-May-10 3443.0015-Jun-10 3498.0030-Jun-10 3533.00 15-Jul-10 3592.00 31-Jul-10 3668.00 3798.0014-Aug-10 3512.00 3730.0031-Aug-10 3499.00 3695.00 3735.0015-Sep-10 3561.00 3759.00 3792.0030-Sep-10 3497.00 3743.00 3781.00 3818.00 15-Oct-10 3653.00 3754.00 3798.00 3850.00 30-Oct-10 3627.00 3737.00 3781.00 3814.00 3853.0015-Nov-10 3789.00 3950.00 3995.00 4025.00 4056.0030-Nov-10 3927.00 3970.00 4008.00 4056.00 4085.00 4134.0015-Dec-10 3973.00 4074.00 4124.00 4168.00 4171.00 4224.0031-Dec-10 4034.00 4088.00 4146.00 4198.00 4217.00 4277.00 4312.0015-Jan-11 4147.00 4163.00 4230.00 4293.00 4357.00 4395.00 4477.0031-Jan-11 4086.00 4229.00 4345.00 4432.00 4447.00 4569.00 4592.0015-Feb-11 3859.00 3831.00 4009.00 4178.00 4308.00 4419.00 4484.0028-Feb-11 4441.00 4444.00 4536.00 4588.00 4636.00 4674.00 4715.0015-Mar-11 4569.00 4465.00 4532.00 4588.00 4636.00 4672.00 4727.0031-Mar-11 4668.00 4744.00 4794.00 4840.00 4892.00 4942.00 4991.00 110
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF COPPER AT MCX `. PER KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 30-Apr-10 30-Jun-10 31-Aug-10 30-Nov-10 28-Feb-11 29-Apr-11 30-Jun-11 30-Aug-1131-Mar-10 353.05 351.35 352.45 354.0015-Apr-10 355.15 352.30 354.40 355.9030-Apr-10 327.55 327.00 330.90 332.7015-May-10 311.60 312.80 315.15 317.4531-May-10 318.55 319.30 321.75 323.1015-Jun-10 307.20 308.65 312.00 314.6530-Jun-10 299.00 301.65 305.80 308.90 15-Jul-10 309.30 311.65 314.70 31-Jul-10 339.20 338.35 340.6514-Aug-10 333.95 335.05 338.05 340.5531-Aug-10 352.45 348.85 349.25 351.1515-Sep-10 354.60 354.45 356.5530-Sep-10 362.60 362.15 364.0015-Oct-10 371.65 374.80 376.6030-Oct-10 366.60 369.10 373.2015-Nov-10 383.20 391.80 395.65 398.0530-Nov-10 379.55 388.05 388.85 391.0015-Dec-10 417.65 416.00 418.1031-Dec-10 431.85 439.50 442.3515-Jan-11 440.60 446.60 449.05 450.3531-Jan-11 440.95 451.90 454.80 456.1515-Feb-11 464.30 455.70 459.90 462.4028-Feb-11 443.70 446.05 451.30 454.1015-Mar-11 416.70 417.00 421.45 424.2031-Mar-11 421.85 425.30 431.05 435.70 111
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF NICKEL AT MCX `. PER KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 31-Mar- 30-Apr- 28-May- 30-Jun- 30-Jul- 31-Aug- 30-Sep- 29-Oct- 30-Nov- 31-Dec- 31-Jan- 28-Feb- 31-Mar- 28-Apr- 31-May- 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 1125.70 1125.20 1121.20 1122.20 15-Apr-10 1184.40 1204.20 1207.20 1208.90 30-Apr-10 1146.90 1146.90 1171.50 1172.6015-May-10 1000.10 972.60 977.60 982.5031-May-10 1003.10 988.70 992.90 999.0015-Jun-10 939.40 943.40 947.60 949.3030-Jun-10 905.30 905.30 920.20 925.90 15-Jul-10 902.70 906.60 913.30 916.60 31-Jul-10 955.10 978.80 985.20 982.2014-Aug-10 1000.20 999.00 1006.30 1012.2031-Aug-10 974.90 974.90 980.50 988.5015-Sep-10 1074.70 1077.70 1083.60 1088.1030-Sep-10 1050.60 1050.60 1055.40 1062.70 15-Oct-10 1067.20 1063.90 1072.60 1080.10 30-Oct-10 1010.50 1037.00 1047.0015-Nov-10 1016.20 1019.00 1028.60 1037.2030-Nov-10 1040.20 1040.20 1054.20 1064.3015-Dec-10 1100.30 1112.90 1121.60 1130.5031-Dec-10 1118.00 1118.00 1117.50 1128.1015-Jan-11 1153.50 1186.10 1192.80 1197.6031-Jan-11 1244.00 1244.00 1254.60 1259.3015-Feb-11 1313.40 1305.50 1309.90 1316.8028-Feb-11 1302.80 1302.80 1312.70 1318.3015-Mar-11 1135.30 1126.60 1135.10 1143.2031-Mar-11 1164.40 1164.40 1177.50 1185.70 112
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF ZINC AT MCX `. PER KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 31-Mar- 30-Apr- 28-May- 30-Jun- 30-Jul- 31-Aug- 30-Sep- 29-Oct- 30-Nov- 31-Dec- 31-Jan- 28-Feb- 31-Mar- 28-Apr- 31-May- 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 106.50 106.45 105.90 106.50 15-Apr-10 106.20 109.90 110.45 110.90 30-Apr-10 100.25 100.25 101.85 102.5515-May-10 92.50 91.20 92.10 92.8031-May-10 88.20 89.20 90.25 91.0015-Jun-10 82.80 84.50 85.60 86.3030-Jun-10 80.55 80.55 83.00 84.20 15-Jul-10 85.20 84.50 85.75 86.30 31-Jul-10 91.70 92.95 93.90 94.3014-Aug-10 94.65 95.20 96.25 97.2031-Aug-10 96.35 96.35 97.35 98.3515-Sep-10 98.25 98.50 99.65 100.7030-Sep-10 97.75 97.75 98.65 99.75 15-Oct-10 104.80 105.75 106.80 107.80 30-Oct-10 106.55 108.70 109.75 110.3015-Nov-10 104.05 105.45 106.75 107.4030-Nov-10 96.50 96.50 97.75 98.9015-Dec-10 102.35 102.60 103.80 105.1531-Dec-10 109.00 109.00 109.80 111.0015-Jan-11 110.10 111.85 112.95 113.9031-Jan-11 107.25 107.25 110.70 111.7515-Feb-11 113.40 112.40 113.45 115.7528-Feb-11 111.90 111.90 113.70 114.7515-Mar-11 101.15 103.45 104.70 105.7031-Mar-11 103.50 103.50 105.50 106.75 113
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF LEAD AT MCX `. PER KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 31-Mar- 30-Apr- 28-May- 30-Jun- 30-Jul- 31-Aug- 30-Sep- 29-Oct- 30-Nov- 31-Dec- 31-Jan- 28-Feb- 31-Mar- 28-Apr- 31-May- 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 95.70 95.75 96.90 97.95 15-Apr-10 101.60 103.25 104.40 104.95 30-Apr-10 96.70 96.70 98.90 99.8515-May-10 88.05 86.35 87.40 88.5531-May-10 84.75 85.60 86.70 87.7515-Jun-10 78.60 80.90 81.95 82.8030-Jun-10 78.75 78.75 81.40 82.50 15-Jul-10 84.15 83.75 84.90 86.95 31-Jul-10 95.80 95.45 96.40 96.5014-Aug-10 96.20 96.15 97.15 98.5031-Aug-10 94.65 94.65 96.65 97.6515-Sep-10 101.85 102.00 102.90 103.8530-Sep-10 101.60 101.60 101.90 102.85 15-Oct-10 104.60 105.80 106.70 107.45 30-Oct-10 108.50 109.90 110.85 111.6015-Nov-10 109.15 110.55 111.30 112.1030-Nov-10 101.75 101.75 102.85 103.8515-Dec-10 108.40 109.25 110.30 110.6531-Dec-10 115.90 115.90 115.25 116.0015-Jan-11 120.10 122.80 122.60 122.8031-Jan-11 118.35 118.35 115.90 115.7015-Feb-11 120.60 118.90 118.90 120.1028-Feb-11 114.50 114.50 116.05 116.7015-Mar-11 112.70 114.20 114.40 113.9031-Mar-11 121.45 121.45 121.95 121.60 114
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SOY OIL AT NCDEX `. PER 10KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date Spot 20-Apr- 18-Jun- 20-Jul- 20-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Oct- 19-Nov- 20-May-10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1031-Mar-10 450.60 449.95 449.60 450.6015-Apr-10 445.55 449.30 450.35 450.75 451.5030-Apr-10 447.20 451.50 453.00 454.0015-May-10 445.45 442.65 443.60 445.60 447.3531-May-10 450.25 450.15 452.05 453.5515-Jun-10 437.70 440.15 442.95 444.05 444.5530-Jun-10 440.30 444.85 447.30 447.90 15-Jul-10 455.55 457.60 465.10 468.90 469.70 31-Jul-10 483.30 490.85 494.20 494.0514-Aug-10 514.80 517.40 519.15 518.05 514.4031-Aug-10 486.15 486.00 484.65 481.4515-Sep-10 471.65 471.60 478.05 479.10 30-Sep-10 482.60 488.85 495.75 15-Oct-10 515.65 514.10 523.60 30-Oct-10 521.40 530.85 15-Nov-10 561.75 565.95 30-Nov-10 561.05 15-Dec-10 578.70 31-Dec-10 624.85 15-Jan-11 631.45 31-Jan-11 642.15 15-Feb-11 630.00 28-Feb-11 631.50 15-Mar-11 601.75 31-Mar-11 591.20 115
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SOY OIL AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date Spot 20-Dec- 20-Jan- 18-Feb- 18-Mar- 20-Apr- 20-May- 20-Jun- 20-Jul- 19-Aug- 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 450.6015-Apr-10 445.5530-Apr-10 447.2015-May-10 445.4531-May-10 450.2515-Jun-10 437.7030-Jun-10 440.30 15-Jul-10 455.55 31-Jul-10 483.3014-Aug-10 514.8031-Aug-10 486.1515-Sep-10 471.65 481.5030-Sep-10 482.60 501.0015-Oct-10 515.65 530.45 536.5030-Oct-10 521.40 542.15 549.0515-Nov-10 561.75 578.85 587.10 594.6030-Nov-10 561.05 568.75 581.25 588.7015-Dec-10 578.70 581.75 600.75 613.35 619.80 626.25 629.7031-Dec-10 624.85 632.55 643.65 649.35 654.75 658.6015-Jan-11 631.45 632.65 644.65 652.55 659.70 663.85 663.7031-Jan-11 642.15 658.60 670.30 676.90 680.55 683.5015-Feb-11 630.00 633.60 655.70 667.05 673.35 677.75 683.5028-Feb-11 631.50 628.40 636.55 642.45 645.30 644.5015-Mar-11 601.75 604.00 606.75 612.40 617.50 621.85 629.0031-Mar-11 591.20 599.65 609.15 617.45 624.55 630.00 116
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF GUAR SEED AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 20-Apr- 20-May- 18-Jun- 20-Jul- 20-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Oct- 19-Nov- 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1031-Mar-10 2302.45 2301.00 2327.00 2352.00 2366.00 2410.00 2426.00 15-Apr-10 2319.50 2300.00 2323.00 2345.00 2366.00 2400.00 2429.00 2459.00 30-Apr-10 2416.15 2436.00 2450.00 2466.00 2492.00 2505.00 2530.0015-May-10 2321.40 2318.00 2337.00 2351.00 2363.00 2391.00 2359.00 2429.0031-May-10 2322.70 2280.00 2295.00 2307.00 2359.00 2331.00 2356.0015-Jun-10 2202.95 2242.00 2264.00 2285.00 2294.00 2304.00 2305.0030-Jun-10 2302.80 2352.00 2369.00 2384.00 2402.00 2382.00 15-Jul-10 2451.00 2484.00 2517.00 2544.00 2563.00 2597.00 31-Jul-10 2267.70 2298.00 2317.00 2338.00 2383.0014-Aug-10 2155.55 2176.00 2198.00 2215.00 2225.0031-Aug-10 1983.10 2021.00 2037.00 2051.0015-Sep-10 1949.80 1945.00 1965.00 1979.0030-Sep-10 2012.10 2064.00 1983.00 15-Oct-10 2027.10 2062.00 2098.00 30-Oct-10 2063.75 2122.0015-Nov-10 2321.40 2380.0030-Nov-10 2372.9015-Dec-10 2344.3031-Dec-10 2321.4015-Jan-11 2558.2531-Jan-11 2761.5015-Feb-11 2700.4028-Feb-11 2894.6015-Mar-11 2769.5531-Mar-11 2833.05 117
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF GUAR SEED AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 19-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Dec- 20-Jan- 18-Feb- 18-Mar- 20-Apr- 20-May- 20-Jul- 20-Jun-11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 2302.45 15-Apr-10 2319.50 30-Apr-10 2416.1515-May-10 2321.4031-May-10 2322.7015-Jun-10 2202.95 2334.0030-Jun-10 2302.80 2431.00 15-Jul-10 2451.00 2626.00 31-Jul-10 2267.70 2360.0014-Aug-10 2155.55 2238.00 2220.00 2261.0031-Aug-10 1983.10 2056.00 2076.00 2081.0015-Sep-10 1949.80 2009.00 2022.00 2030.00 2035.0030-Sep-10 2012.10 1969.00 1991.00 2002.00 2025.00 15-Oct-10 2027.10 2126.00 2155.00 2169.00 2196.00 2246.00 30-Oct-10 2063.75 2155.00 2185.00 2195.00 2215.00 2230.0015-Nov-10 2321.40 2423.00 2459.00 2500.00 2510.00 2520.00 2550.0030-Nov-10 2372.90 2415.00 2454.00 2487.00 2520.00 2545.00 2563.0015-Dec-10 2344.30 2465.00 2518.00 2558.00 2554.00 2540.00 2664.00 2645.0031-Dec-10 2321.40 2412.00 2453.00 2493.00 2532.00 2575.00 2611.0015-Jan-11 2558.25 2605.00 2665.00 2716.00 2760.00 2818.00 2797.00 2825.0031-Jan-11 2761.50 2843.00 2903.00 2951.00 2991.00 3040.00 3095.0015-Feb-11 2700.40 2733.00 2802.00 2860.00 2895.00 2925.00 2988.00 3022.0028-Feb-11 2894.60 2953.00 3018.00 3071.00 3109.00 3140.00 3283.0015-Mar-11 2769.55 2721.00 2761.00 2809.00 2868.00 2910.00 2958.00 3017.0031-Mar-11 2833.05 2781.00 2817.00 2852.00 2916.00 2905.00 2934.00 118
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CRUDE OIL AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 19-Apr- 19-May- 21-Jun- 19-Aug- 20-Sep- 19-Oct- 18-Nov- 19-Jul-10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1031-Mar-10 3748.25 3731.00 3743.00 3825.00 15-Apr-10 3808.50 3807.00 3854.00 3870.00 30-Apr-10 3828.71 3805.00 3909.00 3931.0015-May-10 3242.53 3264.00 3446.00 3744.0031-May-10 3456.13 3468.00 3543.00 3459.0015-Jun-10 3556.84 3537.00 3569.00 3679.0030-Jun-10 3517.19 3557.00 3570.00 3645.00 15-Jul-10 3565.03 3557.00 3596.00 3647.00 31-Jul-10 3662.49 3652.00 3656.00 3699.0014-Aug-10 3525.22 3541.00 3607.00 3680.0031-Aug-10 3412.82 3490.00 3550.00 3650.0015-Sep-10 3518.72 3513.00 3584.00 3675.0030-Sep-10 3560.25 3594.00 3637.0015-Oct-10 3580.86 3595.00 3673.0030-Oct-10 3608.01 3635.0015-Nov-10 3844.97 3853.0030-Nov-10 3914.6015-Dec-10 4010.7331-Dec-10 4089.1915-Jan-11 4154.5331-Jan-11 4214.0715-Feb-11 3816.5428-Feb-11 4437.8115-Mar-11 4407.5431-Mar-11 4739.94 119
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CRUDE OIL AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 17-Dec- 19-Jan- 18-Feb- 21-Mar- 18-Apr- 19-May- 20-Jun- 10 11 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 3748.2515-Apr-10 3808.5030-Apr-10 3828.71 15-May- 3242.53 10 31-May- 3456.13 1015-Jun-10 3556.8430-Jun-10 3517.19 15-Jul-10 3565.03 31-Jul-10 3662.4914-Aug-10 3525.2231-Aug-10 3412.8215-Sep-10 3518.7230-Sep-10 3560.25 3601.0015-Oct-10 3580.86 3762.0030-Oct-10 3608.01 3692.00 3735.0015-Nov-10 3844.97 3904.00 3931.0030-Nov-10 3914.60 3924.00 3987.00 4019.0015-Dec-10 4010.73 4019.00 4076.00 4130.0031-Dec-10 4089.19 4035.00 4105.00 4200.0015-Jan-11 4154.53 4163.00 4230.00 4283.0031-Jan-11 4214.07 4230.00 4338.00 4324.0015-Feb-11 3816.54 3831.00 4018.00 4357.0028-Feb-11 4437.81 4446.00 4600.00 4607.0015-Mar-11 4407.54 4464.00 4565.00 4689.0031-Mar-11 4739.94 4744.00 4753.00 4787.00 120
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CHANA AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 20-Apr- 20-May- 18-Jun- 20-Jul- 20-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Oct- 19-Nov- 20-Dec- 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1031-Mar-10 2259.55 2289.00 2377.00 2456.00 2517.00 2562.00 15-Apr-10 2225.00 2185.00 2278.00 2359.00 2418.00 2471.00 2551.00 30-Apr-10 2139.45 2156.00 2251.00 2312.00 2373.00 2431.0015-May-10 2134.70 2110.00 2179.00 2234.00 2300.00 2348.00 2397.0031-May-10 2132.65 2205.00 2244.00 2285.00 2330.00 2379.0015-Jun-10 2062.85 2113.00 2150.00 2193.00 2231.00 2285.00 2304.0030-Jun-10 2200.00 2256.00 2315.00 2354.00 2423.00 2453.00 15-Jul-10 2183.35 2227.00 2309.00 2360.00 2440.00 2466.00 2499.00 31-Jul-10 2275.00 2299.00 2349.00 2425.00 2472.00 2517.0014-Aug-10 2256.20 2242.00 2293.00 2367.00 2408.00 2437.0031-Aug-10 2277.50 2236.00 2279.00 2311.00 2340.0015-Sep-10 2210.30 2094.00 2175.00 2222.00 2259.0030-Sep-10 2300.00 2289.00 2321.00 2341.00 15-Oct-10 2315.00 2312.00 2377.00 2416.00 30-Oct-10 2341.30 2402.00 2441.0015-Nov-10 2372.10 2382.00 2435.0030-Nov-10 2513.55 2545.0015-Dec-10 2450.00 2497.0031-Dec-10 2432.2515-Jan-11 2544.4531-Jan-11 2642.2015-Feb-11 2590.8528-Feb-11 2526.6515-Mar-11 2500.0031-Mar-11 2288.05 121
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CHANA AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 19-Aug- 20-Jan- 18-Feb- 18-Mar- 20-Apr- 20-May- 20-Jun- 20-Jul- 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 2259.55 15-Apr-10 2225.00 30-Apr-10 2139.4515-May-10 2134.7031-May-10 2132.6515-Jun-10 2062.8530-Jun-10 2200.00 15-Jul-10 2183.35 31-Jul-10 2275.0014-Aug-10 2256.20 2465.0031-Aug-10 2277.50 2361.0015-Sep-10 2210.30 2289.00 2300.0030-Sep-10 2300.00 2364.00 2323.00 15-Oct-10 2315.00 2450.00 2411.00 2412.00 30-Oct-10 2341.30 2473.00 2434.00 2402.0015-Nov-10 2372.10 2486.00 2460.00 2461.00 2471.0030-Nov-10 2513.55 2603.00 2566.00 2503.00 2505.0015-Dec-10 2450.00 2548.00 2557.00 2489.00 2498.00 2522.0031-Dec-10 2432.25 2557.00 2554.00 2489.00 2497.00 2534.0015-Jan-11 2544.45 2606.00 2639.00 2629.00 2659.00 2697.00 2736.0031-Jan-11 2642.20 2617.00 2660.00 2716.00 2769.00 2817.0015-Feb-11 2590.85 2558.00 2637.00 2738.00 2812.00 2870.00 2904.0028-Feb-11 2526.65 2467.00 2585.00 2657.00 2729.00 2787.0015-Mar-11 2500.00 2418.00 2507.00 2559.00 2614.00 2668.00 2723.0031-Mar-11 2288.05 2386.00 2430.00 2473.00 2536.00 2594.00 122
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SOYBEAN AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 20-Apr- 20-May- 18-Jun- 20-Jul- 20-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Oct- 19-Nov- 20-Dec- 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1031-Mar-10 2029.00 2038.00 1993.00 1951.00 1917.50 1907.00 15-Apr-10 1975.00 2047.00 1995.00 1947.50 1906.00 1890.00 1888.50 30-Apr-10 1998.00 2041.00 1997.00 1946.50 1936.50 1920.0015-May-10 1948.00 2004.00 1963.00 1916.00 1888.50 1866.50 1839.5031-May-10 1988.00 2009.50 1976.50 1965.50 1951.50 1931.5015-Jun-10 1893.00 1951.50 1911.50 1907.00 1885.00 1879.50 1862.5030-Jun-10 1890.00 1922.00 1929.00 1921.00 1903.50 1900.50 15-Jul-10 1911.00 1935.50 1974.00 1986.00 1981.50 1981.00 1992.50 31-Jul-10 2040.00 2066.00 2081.50 2056.50 2049.00 2065.0014-Aug-10 2123.00 2150.00 2167.00 2145.00 2141.50 2159.0031-Aug-10 2005.00 2031.50 2032.50 2034.00 2046.5015-Sep-10 1972.00 1974.00 1995.00 2006.50 2038.5030-Sep-10 1985.00 2018.50 2042.50 2075.00 15-Oct-10 2186.00 2183.50 2230.00 2264.00 30-Oct-10 2155.00 2209.00 2251.0015-Nov-10 2221.00 2256.50 2317.0030-Nov-10 2187.00 2231.0015-Dec-10 2191.00 2194.5031-Dec-10 2318.0015-Jan-11 2363.0031-Jan-11 2437.0015-Feb-11 2400.0028-Feb-11 2397.0015-Mar-11 2274.0031-Mar-11 2308.00 123
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SOYBEAN AT NCDEX `. PER 10 KG. FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 19-Aug- 20-Jan- 18-Feb- 18-Mar- 20-Apr- 20-May- 20-Jun- 20-Jul- 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 2029.0015-Apr-10 1975.0030-Apr-10 1998.00 15-May- 1948.00 10 31-May- 1988.00 1015-Jun-10 1893.0030-Jun-10 1890.00 15-Jul-10 1911.00 31-Jul-10 2040.0014-Aug-10 2123.00 2178.0031-Aug-10 2005.00 2061.0015-Sep-10 1972.00 2063.50 2083.5030-Sep-10 1985.00 2103.00 2118.0015-Oct-10 2186.00 2292.00 2318.00 2320.0030-Oct-10 2155.00 2292.00 2330.00 2351.5015-Nov-10 2221.00 2347.50 2370.50 2404.50 2421.0030-Nov-10 2187.00 2276.50 2319.00 2344.00 2377.5015-Dec-10 2191.00 2262.50 2321.00 2350.50 2376.00 2410.0031-Dec-10 2318.00 2374.50 2441.50 2468.50 2492.00 2513.0015-Jan-11 2363.00 2378.50 2493.00 2557.00 2596.00 2628.50 2650.0031-Jan-11 2437.00 2474.50 2518.50 2559.50 2587.50 2612.0015-Feb-11 2400.00 2425.50 2471.00 2508.50 2535.00 2565.50 2575.0028-Feb-11 2397.00 2408.00 2443.00 2469.50 2491.50 2526.0015-Mar-11 2274.00 2278.00 2315.00 2345.50 2362.00 2382.50 2401.0031-Mar-11 2308.00 2338.50 2379.50 2411.00 2441.00 2461.00 124
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF R/M SEED AT NCDEX `. PER 100 KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 20-Apr- 20-May- 18-Jun- 20-Jul- 20-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Oct- 19-Nov- 20-Dec- 20-Jan- 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1131-Mar-10 2524.75 2526.75 2522.00 2548.75 2566.25 15-Apr-10 2516.50 2510.75 2538.00 2570.75 2598.00 2627.75 30-Apr-10 2457.00 2511.25 2542.75 2577.00 2606.5015-May-10 2464.50 2487.50 2514.50 2543.50 2566.75 2600.7531-May-10 2591.50 2640.75 2673.75 2706.25 2724.5015-Jun-10 2570.00 2599.75 2634.25 2663.25 2695.00 2720.0030-Jun-10 2594.25 2620.50 2651.50 2677.25 2703.00 15-Jul-10 2611.25 2628.00 2663.75 2696.50 2726.25 2757.50 31-Jul-10 2743.50 2794.75 2831.25 2858.75 2885.7514-Aug-10 2836.75 2837.25 2874.50 2898.00 2915.75 2928.5031-Aug-10 2685.50 2671.75 2700.25 2726.75 2752.7515-Sep-10 2678.25 2618.00 2670.75 2709.00 2740.50 2769.2530-Sep-10 2724.50 2725.25 2760.25 2784.75 2806.50 15-Oct-10 2757.00 2734.25 2776.00 2807.00 2833.50 30-Oct-10 2771.50 2807.50 2841.00 2865.7515-Nov-10 2865.50 2855.50 2911.50 2948.0030-Nov-10 2874.00 2828.25 2866.2515-Dec-10 2843.25 2791.75 2852.5031-Dec-10 2901.75 2846.5015-Jan-11 2833.25 2743.7520-Jan-11 2890.25 2770.00 125
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF R/M SEED AT NCDEX `. PER 100 KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRINGDate SPOT ON 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-1110-Nov-10 2878.75 2738.00 2774.0015-Nov-10 2865.50 2766.00 2801.0030-Nov-10 2874.00 2765.00 2790.0015-Dec-10 2843.25 2879.00 2913.00 2933.0031-Dec-10 2901.75 2935.00 2972.00 3002.0015-Jan-11 2833.25 2861.00 2896.00 2930.00 2960.0031-Jan-11 2851.50 2949.00 2993.00 3031.00 3059.0015-Feb-11 2865.60 3015.00 3060.00 3097.00 3159.0028-Feb-11 2852.15 2874.00 2914.00 2959.00 3007.0015-Mar-11 2674.65 2702.00 2739.00 2782.00 2819.0031-Mar-11 2568.50 2686.00 2739.00 2783.00 2825.00 126
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF PEPPER AT NCDEX `. PER 100 KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ONDate SPOT 20-Apr- 20-May- 18-Jun- 20-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Oct- 19-Nov- 20-Dec- 20-Jan- 20-Jul-10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1131-Mar-10 14800.45 15022.00 15302.00 15505.00 15730.00 15880.00 16250.00 15-Apr-10 15225.95 15071.00 15415.00 15677.00 15903.00 16150.00 16299.00 16599.00 30-Apr-10 16125.15 16706.00 17010.00 17253.00 17237.00 17369.00 17619.0015-May-10 16364.70 16496.00 16924.00 17184.00 17417.00 17750.00 17919.00 17935.0031-May-10 16397.05 16505.00 16765.00 16976.00 17260.00 17321.00 17450.0015-Jun-10 15955.55 15909.00 16168.00 16409.00 16638.00 16845.00 17000.00 17260.0030-Jun-10 17723.70 17899.00 18079.00 18274.00 18478.00 18492.00 18662.00 15-Jul-10 19538.90 19463.00 19728.00 19986.00 20205.00 20582.00 20624.00 31-Jul-10 20288.85 19694.00 19922.00 20134.00 20346.00 20565.0014-Aug-10 19135.30 18964.00 19173.00 19398.00 19660.00 19799.00 19970.0031-Aug-10 20169.35 19896.00 20096.00 20317.00 20650.00 20630.0015-Sep-10 19839.35 19834.00 20084.00 20304.00 20465.00 20636.0030-Sep-10 19217.85 18881.00 19069.00 19272.00 19540.00 15-Oct-10 18720.00 18430.00 18726.00 18988.00 19245.00 30-Oct-10 20734.35 21118.00 21348.00 21451.0015-Nov-10 21242.85 21136.00 21635.00 21892.0030-Nov-10 21800.00 21828.00 22058.0015-Dec-10 21558.80 21567.00 21923.0031-Dec-10 22042.85 22497.0015-Jan-11 22262.50 22561.0031-Jan-11 22112.5015-Feb-11 23847.0528-Feb-11 22667.3015-Mar-11 22275.0031-Mar-11 24142.85 127
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF PEPPER AT NCDEX `. PER 100 KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 18-Feb- 18-Mar- 20-Apr- 20-May- 20-Jun- 19-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Jul-11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1131-Mar-10 14800.45 15-Apr-10 15225.95 30-Apr-10 16125.1515-May-10 16364.7031-May-10 16397.05 15-Jun-10 15955.55 30-Jun-10 17723.70 15-Jul-10 19538.90 31-Jul-10 20288.8514-Aug-10 19135.30 20176.0031-Aug-10 20169.35 21055.0015-Sep-10 19839.35 20839.00 20950.0030-Sep-10 19217.85 19526.00 19775.00 15-Oct-10 18720.00 19500.00 19500.00 19713.00 30-Oct-10 20734.35 21650.00 21814.00 21941.0015-Nov-10 21242.85 21987.00 22204.00 22500.00 22700.0030-Nov-10 21800.00 22283.00 22720.00 22857.00 22800.0015-Dec-10 21558.80 22152.00 22469.00 22638.00 22751.00 23279.0031-Dec-10 22042.85 22782.00 23042.00 23285.00 23548.00 23700.00 15-Jan-11 22262.50 22991.00 23307.00 23619.00 23911.00 24239.00 24009.00 31-Jan-11 22112.50 22400.00 22775.00 23003.00 23384.00 24190.00 23897.0015-Feb-11 23847.05 25390.00 24278.00 24311.00 24417.00 24688.00 25200.00 25399.0028-Feb-11 22667.30 22534.00 22759.00 22980.00 23255.00 23650.00 23975.0015-Mar-11 22275.00 21906.00 22381.00 22688.00 23094.00 23366.00 23650.00 23828.0031-Mar-11 24142.85 24594.00 24981.00 25281.00 25593.00 25700.00 26409.00 128
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF RUBBER AT NMCE.,AHMEDABAD. Price -` In 100 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-1131-Mar-10 15631 15704 16039 16064 15951 1-Apr-10 15725 15876 16237 16318 16118 15-Apr-10 16328 16328 17037 17371 17369 30-Apr-10 16200 15766 16015 15857 1564115-May-10 15405 15405 15276 15265 1498631-May-10 16967 16626 16549 15852 1555915-Jun-10 17089 17089 16730 16217 1573230-Jun-10 17950 18458 17664 16911 16447 15-Jul-10 18531 18531 17981 17073 16540 31-Jul-10 18500 18533 17030 16125 1609514-Aug-10 18411 18411 17443 16654 1632731-Aug-10 16600 16643 16324 16256 1635315-Sep-10 16856 16856 16750 16724 1680430-Sep-10 16867 17179 17376 17642 17896 15-Oct-10 18005 18005 18723 19045 19318 30-Oct-10 19033 19445 19739 19964 2018315-Nov-10 20027 20027 20018 20218 2053830-Nov-10 19700 19375 19671 19968 2028515-Dec-10 19933 19933 20514 20835 2114331-Dec-10 20633 21047 21560 21998 2268415-Jan-11 22100 22100 22991 23560 2441431-Jan-11 22350 21769 22235 23144 2392515-Feb-11 23761 23761 24055 24949 2542928-Feb-11 21967 22359 23265 23717 23943 2394215-Mar-11 19105 19105 20570 21072 21658 2180231-Mar-11 23100 23544 24238 24780 24850 129
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF SACKING AT NMCE.,AHMEDABAD. Price - ` In 100 Bags Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-1131-Mar-10 2972.60 3022.00 3083.00 3144.00 3200.00 1-Apr-10 2979.20 3037.00 3096.00 3157.00 3210.00 15-Apr-10 3137.00 3137.00 3186.00 3247.00 3310.00 30-Apr-10 3145.50 3182.00 3240.00 3302.70 3364.7015-May-10 3148.00 3148.00 3249.00 3322.00 3383.0031-May-10 3192.00 3217.00 3279.00 3340.00 3400.0015-Jun-10 3165.00 3165.00 3219.00 3280.00 3342.0030-Jun-10 3032.40 3077.00 3122.00 3172.00 3240.00 15-Jul-10 3055.00 3055.00 3123.00 3185.00 3246.00 31-Jul-10 3005.80 3050.00 3112.00 3175.00 3240.0014-Aug-10 3148.00 3148.00 3225.00 3292.00 3350.0031-Aug-10 3238.60 3264.00 3325.00 3386.00 3450.0015-Sep-10 3205.00 3205.00 3270.00 3315.00 3385.0030-Sep-10 3291.80 3303.00 3340.00 3370.00 3360.00 15-Oct-10 3307.00 3307.00 3340.00 3375.00 3384.00 30-Oct-10 3271.80 3290.00 3325.00 3365.00 3361.0015-Nov-10 3364.00 3364.00 3425.00 3460.00 3468.0030-Nov-10 3475.00 3492.00 3527.00 3565.00 3560.0015-Dec-10 3543.00 3543.00 3564.00 3599.00 3594.0031-Dec-10 3561.10 3579.00 3615.00 3649.00 3680.0015-Jan-11 3610.00 3610.00 3652.00 3685.00 3714.0031-Jan-11 3667.50 3685.00 3721.00 3758.00 3754.0015-Feb-11 3715.00 3715.00 3765.00 3808.00 3842.0028-Feb-11 3640.90 3653.00 3689.00 3735.00 3743.0015-Mar-11 3525.00 3525.00 3556.00 3591.00 3626.0031-Mar-11 3383.33 3353.30 3386.00 3419.00 3441.00 130
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF COPPER AT NMCE,AHMEDABAD. Price -` In 1 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Apr-10 Jun-10 Aug-10 Nov-10 Feb-11 Apr-11 Jun-11 Aug-1131-Mar-10 353.05 350.80 352.00 354.00 1-Apr-10 353.65 353.50 355.00 357.0015-Apr-10 355.15 351.75 353.85 355.0030-Apr-10 329.50 329.50 330.00 331.8515-May-10 311.60 312.90 315.40 318.0031-May-10 318.55 319.20 321.55 323.5015-Jun-10 307.20 307.40 311.30 313.0030-Jun-10 309.70 309.70 305.55 308.80 15-Jul-10 309.30 312.30 315.35 31-Jul-10 339.20 338.60 340.8514-Aug-10 333.95 335.35 338.3531-Aug-10 349.10 349.10 352.9015-Sep-10 354.60 354.20 356.30 359.2030-Sep-10 360.50 362.40 364.10 365.4015-Oct-10 371.65 373.70 375.70 377.5030-Oct-10 366.60 369.85 373.50 374.5015-Nov-10 387.80 390.75 394.40 394.9530-Nov-10 382.00 382.00 390.15 392.5015-Dec-10 412.50 417.85 419.80 421.2531-Dec-10 436.40 439.25 441.90 444.3015-Jan-11 440.60 441.95 440.00 442.0031-Jan-11 446.40 450.45 452.95 454.9515-Feb-11 459.30 463.00 464.00 470.2528-Feb-11 443.10 434.00 451.20 453.9015-Mar-11 406.30 420.85 422.80 426.1031-Mar-11 419.70 424.90 430.60 435.00 131
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF LEAD AT NMCE.,AHMEDABAD. Price -` In 1 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-1131-Mar-10 96.30 96.30 96.65 97.70 1-Apr-10 98.50 98.55 99.50 99.95 15-Apr-10 101.60 103.05 104.20 105.00 30-Apr-10 98.40 98.40 99.35 100.3015-May-10 88.05 86.35 87.45 89.1531-May-10 84.80 84.80 85.45 86.6015-Jun-10 78.60 80.70 81.70 82.6030-Jun-10 82.80 82.80 81.30 82.25 15-Jul-10 84.15 83.85 85.00 86.00 31-Jul-10 95.00 93.25 95.50 96.4014-Aug-10 96.20 96.20 97.15 98.0031-Aug-10 94.40 94.40 96.95 98.2515-Sep-10 101.85 101.30 102.25 103.1030-Sep-10 101.50 101.50 102.10 103.10 15-Oct-10 104.60 105.70 106.60 107.10 30-Oct-10 109.70 109.70 109.80 110.8515-Nov-10 109.15 110.40 111.30 112.0030-Nov-10 103.00 103.00 103.20 104.1015-Dec-10 108.40 109.00 110.00 110.5031-Dec-10 114.90 114.90 115.20 115.9015-Jan-11 120.10 122.65 122.55 122.8031-Jan-11 116.30 116.30 115.15 115.5015-Feb-11 120.60 119.00 119.20 119.5028-Feb-11 114.20 115.25 115.50 116.5015-Mar-11 112.70 113.70 114.60 114.4031-Mar-11 120.40 120.40 121.70 121.60 132
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF ALUMINIUM AT NMCE,AHMEDABAD. Price - ` In 1 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-1131-Mar-10 101.80 101.80 103.75 104.60 105.30 1-Apr-10 105.15 104.70 105.50 106.00 106.60 15-Apr-10 107.55 108.75 109.40 110.00 110.50 30-Apr-10 96.40 96.40 99.00 100.30 101.0015-May-10 93.85 93.60 94.50 95.05 95.5031-May-10 94.80 94.85 94.45 95.25 96.2515-Jun-10 91.80 92.50 93.30 94.00 95.0030-Jun-10 91.40 91.40 91.75 92.80 93.20 15-Jul-10 93.05 93.80 94.75 95.60 96.40 31-Jul-10 98.20 98.80 99.65 100.70 101.5014-Aug-10 99.80 98.40 99.40 100.30 101.3031-Aug-10 94.40 94.40 96.90 98.00 98.7015-Sep-10 98.20 98.80 100.00 100.50 101.6030-Sep-10 102.30 102.30 104.80 105.75 106.50 15-Oct-10 104.25 104.75 105.90 105.80 105.70 30-Oct-10 102.60 102.60 105.50 106.65 107.0015-Nov-10 106.10 106.95 108.25 108.05 108.4530-Nov-10 103.00 103.00 104.90 106.05 107.0015-Dec-10 104.50 105.35 106.55 107.30 107.9031-Dec-10 110.10 110.10 111.10 111.95 112.2015-Jan-11 111.10 110.60 113.35 114.80 115.3031-Jan-11 112.80 112.80 114.35 115.00 115.2015-Feb-11 112.80 112.90 114.90 115.30 115.9028-Feb-11 114.40 114.90 116.80 117.50 118.0015-Mar-11 112.00 113.30 114.20 114.70 115.3031-Mar-11 115.90 115.90 117.50 118.35 119.00 133
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF ISABGULSEED AT NMCE.,AHMEDABAD. Price -` In 100 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Apr-10 Jun-10 Aug-10 Oct-10 Dec-10 Feb-11 Apr-11 Jun-11 Aug-1131-Mar-10 4588.00 4601.00 4650.00 4700.00 1-Apr-10 4588.00 4614.00 4666.00 4710.0015-Apr-10 4211.00 4211.00 4284.00 4340.0030-Apr-10 4275.00 4321.00 4380.00 4435.0015-May-10 4381.00 4345.00 4406.00 4471.0031-May-10 4688.00 4717.00 4779.00 4840.0015-Jun-10 4569.00 4569.00 4634.00 4695.0030-Jun-10 4531.00 4596.00 4671.00 4766.00 15-Jul-10 4575.00 4648.00 4735.00 4820.00 31-Jul-10 4762.00 4829.00 4920.00 5006.0014-Aug-10 4752.00 4752.00 4862.00 4950.0031-Aug-10 4731.00 4779.00 4874.00 4971.0015-Sep-10 4625.00 4784.00 4874.00 4790.0030-Sep-10 4638.00 4671.00 4752.00 4845.0015-Oct-10 4658.00 4658.00 4745.00 4835.0030-Oct-10 4619.00 4675.00 4766.00 4851.0015-Nov-10 4600.00 4652.00 4735.00 4865.0030-Nov-10 4644.00 4667.00 4752.00 4840.0015-Dec-10 4656.00 4656.00 4745.00 4835.0031-Dec-10 4644.00 4715.00 4800.00 4890.0015-Jan-11 4756.00 4757.00 4845.00 4935.0031-Jan-11 4950.00 4974.00 5073.00 5168.0015-Feb-11 5417.00 5150.00 5363.00 5643.0028-Feb-11 5925.00 6014.00 6140.00 6260.0015-Mar-11 5613.00 5670.00 5782.00 5894.0031-Mar-11 5594.00 5619.00 5731.00 5843.00 134
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF SOY OIL AT NMCE.,AHMEDABAD. Price ` - In 10 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-1131-Mar-10 451.00 450.00 449.50 451.00 452.00 1-Apr-10 447.00 448.00 447.85 448.50 450.00 15-Apr-10 445.00 449.15 450.40 451.00 451.90 453.00 30-Apr-10 447.50 451.25 453.00 454.00 455.0015-May-10 445.00 442.50 443.65 444.70 446.00 448.0031-May-10 450.00 451.00 452.00 453.50 455.0015-Jun-10 438.00 440.00 442.90 444.05 445.00 446.0030-Jun-10 440.50 444.80 447.95 449.50 454.00 15-Jul-10 454.50 457.90 465.00 468.60 471.00 473.65 31-Jul-10 484.00 490.80 494.00 495.00 496.3014-Aug-10 514.00 517.20 519.00 518.00 517.00 518.0031-Aug-10 486.00 485.70 484.40 484.00 483.0015-Sep-10 471.00 471.50 478.10 472.50 481.20 484.3030-Sep-10 481.50 488.95 495.45 495.00 493.50 15-Oct-10 517.00 520.50 523.45 512.00 513.00 514.00 30-Oct-10 520.50 531.20 542.20 547.20 549.2015-Nov-10 561.00 565.40 578.45 575.50 578.50 574.0030-Nov-10 561.50 568.80 581.70 583.00 580.9015-Dec-10 578.00 582.00 601.05 595.50 597.50 605.0031-Dec-10 625.00 632.00 643.00 643.75 650.0015-Jan-11 631.00 632.25 643.80 644.00 651.00 653.0031-Jan-11 641.50 659.00 670.30 677.30 679.0015-Feb-11 630.00 639.00 655.00 654.00 661.00 655.0028-Feb-11 632.00 626.00 634.00 640.00 643.0015-Mar-11 601.00 603.00 607.50 613.00 617.50 621.9031-Mar-11 590.50 599.50 608.00 617.00 624.00 135
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF NIKEL AT NMCE.,AHMEDABAD. Price ` - In 1 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-1131-Mar-10 1097.40 1097.40 1116.30 1117.00 1118.00 1-Apr-10 1149.80 1126.10 1127.20 1130.00 1133.00 15-Apr-10 1184.40 1197.50 1200.40 1205.00 1208.00 30-Apr-10 1142.10 1142.10 1163.20 1163.70 1165.0015-May-10 1000.10 972.00 977.00 982.00 986.0031-May-10 1003.10 1003.40 985.20 989.30 993.0015-Jun-10 939.40 940.70 947.00 951.30 955.9030-Jun-10 923.70 923.70 919.90 925.00 926.00 15-Jul-10 902.70 906.80 913.20 919.00 924.00 31-Jul-10 953.50 953.50 977.40 985.90 991.0014-Aug-10 1000.20 1000.50 1008.20 1015.00 1022.0031-Aug-10 967.00 967.00 981.50 989.30 995.0015-Sep-10 1074.70 1075.30 1081.20 1087.00 1089.0030-Sep-10 1040.90 1040.90 1056.90 1063.40 1064.10 15-Oct-10 1067.20 1062.80 1071.40 1075.60 1079.00 30-Oct-10 1011.70 1011.70 1036.00 1048.00 1050.0015-Nov-10 1016.20 1021.30 1030.60 1030.30 1034.3030-Nov-10 1042.00 1042.00 1067.00 1076.20 1083.0015-Dec-10 1100.40 1099.50 1108.70 1120.00 1118.0031-Dec-10 1098.50 1098.50 1117.70 1127.20 1132.4015-Jan-11 1153.50 1175.00 1180.00 1187.00 1192.0031-Jan-11 1232.20 1232.20 1250.90 1255.70 1250.2015-Feb-11 1313.50 1308.00 1313.50 1318.00 1324.0028-Feb-11 1273.00 1273.00 1301.10 1316.00 1320.0015-Mar-11 1136.30 1152.60 1167.30 1165.00 1168.0031-Mar-11 1170.20 1170.20 1178.00 1186.00 1188.00 136
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF ZINC AT NMCE.,AHMEDABAD. Price -` In 1 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-1131-Mar-10 104.60 104.60 105.75 106.35 1-Apr-10 106.95 106.85 107.35 108.00 15-Apr-10 106.20 109.55 110.25 111.00 30-Apr-10 101.90 101.90 102.35 103.0015-May-10 92.50 91.20 92.05 93.0031-May-10 88.20 88.25 89.25 90.2015-Jun-10 82.80 84.15 85.15 86.0030-Jun-10 83.70 83.70 83.15 84.35 15-Jul-10 85.20 84.20 85.45 86.30 31-Jul-10 91.80 91.80 92.90 94.0014-Aug-10 94.65 95.25 96.35 97.2031-Aug-10 94.90 94.90 97.45 98.4515-Sep-10 98.25 98.70 99.80 99.4030-Sep-10 98.00 98.00 98.90 100.00 15-Oct-10 104.80 105.75 106.70 105.60 30-Oct-10 107.70 107.70 108.75 109.6515-Nov-10 104.05 104.90 106.25 108.2530-Nov-10 97.00 97.00 98.50 99.7015-Dec-10 102.40 102.95 104.10 106.1031-Dec-10 108.10 108.70 109.75 110.8015-Jan-11 110.10 111.90 113.00 114.4031-Jan-11 105.20 105.20 109.80 110.9515-Feb-11 113.40 111.50 114.10 114.8028-Feb-11 112.00 112.00 113.90 114.6015-Mar-11 101.20 104.50 104.20 105.5031-Mar-11 103.80 103.80 105.50 106.70 137
  • SPOT & FUTURE PRICES OF RAPE/MUSTARD SEED AT NMCE.,AHMEDABAD. Price - ` In 20 Kg Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-1131-Mar-10 460.00 462.00 463.00 468.00 470.00 1-Apr-10 461.00 465.00 465.00 469.00 473.00 15-Apr-10 453.00 453.00 465.00 471.00 477.00 30-Apr-10 441.00 450.00 457.00 463.00 470.0015-May-10 446.00 450.00 457.00 462.00 468.0031-May-10 450.00 462.00 468.00 474.00 480.0015-Jun-10 447.00 447.00 462.00 468.00 473.0030-Jun-10 448.00 452.00 457.00 464.00 473.00 15-Jul-10 459.00 459.00 467.00 473.00 479.00 31-Jul-10 475.00 485.00 492.00 498.00 504.0014-Aug-10 478.00 478.00 483.00 489.00 494.0031-Aug-10 456.00 456.00 462.00 468.00 474.0015-Sep-10 463.00 463.00 467.00 472.00 476.9030-Sep-10 450.00 451.00 455.00 461.20 464.00 15-Oct-10 458.00 458.00 459.00 463.00 466.00 30-Oct-10 465.00 467.00 472.00 477.00 481.0015-Nov-10 483.00 483.00 489.00 498.00 502.0030-Nov-10 491.00 486.00 491.00 496.00 497.0015-Dec-10 499.00 499.00 503.00 505.00 510.0031-Dec-10 505.00 494.00 500.00 504.00 507.0015-Jan-11 493.00 493.00 472.80 479.00 482.0031-Jan-11 512.00 489.00 491.00 494.00 492.0015-Feb-11 537.00 537.00 512.00 514.00 515.0028-Feb-11 513.00 514.00 506.00 511.00 516.0015-Mar-11 484.00 512.00 493.00 492.00 496.0031-Mar-11 481.00 489.00 490.00 494.00 498.00 138
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF GOLD AT ICEX `. PER 10 GRAMS FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 1-Apr-10 1-Jun-10 2-Aug-10 1-Oct-10 1-Dec-10 1-Feb-11 1-Apr-11 1-Jun-11 1-Aug-1131-Mar-10 16301.78 16294.00 16430.00 16538.0015-Apr-10 16750.53 16840.00 16918.00 17010.0030-Apr-10 17021.40 17126.00 17207.00 17290.0015-May-10 18177.87 18152.00 18247.00 18342.0031-May-10 18373.08 18390.00 18400.00 18464.0015-Jun-10 18569.77 18676.00 18746.00 18778.0030-Jun-10 18796.73 18859.00 18907.00 19000.0015-Jul-10 18426.84 18410.00 18486.00 18563.0031-Jul-10 17820.84 17769.00 17936.00 18023.0014-Aug-10 18513.00 18567.00 18660.00 18725.0031-Aug-10 18926.91 19143.00 19209.00 19337.0015-Sep-10 19175.88 19140.00 19280.00 19323.0030-Sep-10 19157.38 19200.00 19238.00 19343.0015-Oct-10 19805.80 19825.00 20004.00 20146.0030-Oct-10 19677.92 19796.00 19999.00 20151.0015-Nov-10 20106.18 20214.00 20414.00 20599.0030-Nov-10 20499.68 20461.00 20771.00 20967.0015-Dec-10 20530.26 20644.00 20960.00 20967.0031-Dec-10 20586.33 20727.00 20919.00 21071.0015-Jan-11 20312.11 20265.00 20485.00 20671.0031-Jan-11 19899.38 19986.00 20152.00 20320.0015-Feb-11 20330.42 20491.00 20505.00 20923.0028-Feb-11 20790.00 20921.00 21400.00 21550.0015-Mar-11 20767.10 20614.00 21000.00 21244.0031-Mar-11 20742.56 20730.00 21054.00 21373.00 139
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SILVER AT ICEX `. PER KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 3-May-10 1-Jul-10 1-Sep-10 1-Dec-10 1-Mar-11 2-May-11 1-Jul-11 1-Sep-1131-Mar-10 26837.55 26956.00 27140.00 27342.0015-Apr-10 27781.65 27870.00 28039.00 28243.0030-Apr-10 28203.84 28301.00 28334.00 28416.0015-May-10 29650.62 29652.00 29756.00 29813.0031-May-10 29200.00 29299.00 29383.00 29482.0015-Jun-10 29189.36 29396.00 29442.00 29548.0030-Jun-10 29600.00 29601.00 29621.00 29703.0015-Jul-10 29160.29 29171.00 29270.00 29354.0031-Jul-10 28630.56 28628.00 28749.00 28860.0014-Aug-10 29053.67 29029.00 29192.00 29268.0031-Aug-10 30173.58 30279.00 30908.00 30953.0015-Sep-10 32032.10 32138.00 32219.00 32280.0030-Sep-10 33165.00 32984.00 33027.00 33183.0015-Oct-10 36382.72 36112.00 36227.00 36341.0030-Oct-10 37033.74 37055.00 37376.00 37516.0015-Nov-10 39467.38 39564.00 39868.00 40142.0030-Nov-10 41746.83 43281.00 43087.00 43319.0015-Dec-10 44251.78 44479.00 44629.00 44747.0031-Dec-10 46122.80 46221.00 46146.00 46591.0015-Jan-11 44562.33 43847.00 44154.00 44304.0031-Jan-11 42934.31 43542.00 43933.00 44030.0015-Feb-11 46131.91 46442.00 47106.00 47316.0028-Feb-11 49555.78 50042.00 51041.00 51550.0015-Mar-11 52484.75 52191.00 52848.00 53479.0031-Mar-11 55836.50 55941.00 56500.00 57260.00 140
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CRUDE OIL AT ICEX `. PER Barrel FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 19-Apr- 19- 21-Jun- 19-Jul- 19-Aug- 20-Sep- 20-Oct- 18-Nov- 17-Dec- 19-Jan- 21-Feb- 21-Mar- 18-Apr- 19- 20-Jun- 10 May-10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 May-11 1131-Mar-10 3750.23 3752.00 3750.00 3747.0015-Apr-10 3793.16 3797.00 3851.00 3905.0030-Apr-10 3797.40 3814.00 3810.00 3966.00 15-May- 3249.46 3264.00 3443.00 3558.00 10 31-May- 3459.13 3465.00 3524.00 3575.00 1015-Jun-10 3544.00 3555.00 3614.00 3661.0030-Jun-10 3565.83 3527.00 3605.00 3605.0015-Jul-10 3605.52 3562.00 3600.00 3620.0031-Jul-10 3699.88 3654.00 3684.00 3714.0014-Aug-10 3520.05 3540.00 3579.00 3622.0031-Aug-10 3466.50 3449.00 3527.00 3611.0015-Sep-10 3511.14 3516.00 3583.00 3657.0030-Sep-10 3498.37 3594.00 3649.00 3701.0015-Oct-10 3628.95 3595.00 3701.00 3705.0030-Oct-10 3627.78 3622.00 3688.0015-Nov-10 3855.41 3858.00 3905.00 3948.0030-Nov-10 3936.88 3923.00 3969.00 4006.0015-Dec-10 3955.08 4018.00 4075.00 4125.0031-Dec-10 4014.53 4092.00 4147.00 4199.0015-Jan-11 4152.65 4163.00 4231.00 4295.0031-Jan-11 4105.63 4231.00 4259.00 4433.0015-Feb-11 3869.16 3826.00 4008.00 4177.0028-Feb-11 4425.83 4448.00 4515.00 4589.0015-Mar-11 4422.88 4450.00 4505.00 4589.0031-Mar-11 4702.98 4746.00 4792.00 4802.00 141
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF COPPER AT ICEX `. PER KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 30-Apr-10 30-Jun-10 31-Aug-10 30-Nov-10 28-Feb-11 29-Apr-11 30-Jun-11 31-Aug-1131-Mar-10 353.33 351.35 352.55 354.0515-Apr-10 352.82 352.15 354.00 355.8530-Apr-10 328.02 327.00 331.30 333.7515-May-10 309.22 312.85 315.25 317.5031-May-10 317.86 319.30 321.70 323.0015-Jun-10 308.04 308.65 312.00 314.7530-Jun-10 302.40 301.65 305.95 308.8015-Jul-10 308.98 311.45 315.85 317.0031-Jul-10 338.37 338.05 340.60 342.0014-Aug-10 334.16 334.85 338.00 340.4531-Aug-10 347.76 348.85 349.10 351.2015-Sep-10 351.82 354.55 356.50 358.1030-Sep-10 359.98 361.85 363.95 365.0015-Oct-10 369.74 374.80 376.50 378.0530-Oct-10 367.74 368.20 373.10 375.0015-Nov-10 386.97 392.30 396.00 398.0030-Nov-10 383.52 388.10 389.00 390.9015-Dec-10 415.29 415.90 418.15 420.0531-Dec-10 430.37 439.40 442.40 444.5515-Jan-11 441.87 446.55 449.10 450.4531-Jan-11 444.72 452.00 451.50 456.2015-Feb-11 460.22 455.20 464.30 462.3028-Feb-11 442.15 445.85 451.10 454.1515-Mar-11 406.70 417.75 425.00 424.3031-Mar-11 421.21 425.10 431.15 435.75 142
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF REF.SOY OIL AT ACE AHMEDABAD `. PER 10 KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-1127-Oct-10 524.00 543.70 549.8030-Oct-10 522.00 542.15 549.0515-Nov-10 562.00 578.80 587.05 595.3030-Nov-10 560.40 568.75 581.55 588.7015-Dec-10 578.25 578.60 600.80 613.00 625.2031-Dec-10 625.05 632.45 643.20 649.1015-Jan-11 631.45 633.15 644.50 652.60 659.0531-Jan-11 641.90 658.50 670.35 674.0515-Feb-11 630.00 633.55 655.50 666.60 674.2528-Feb-11 630.20 628.65 636.55 642.45 647.5515-Mar-11 601.25 602.85 606.05 612.00 618.60 623.6531-Mar-11 591.45 599.80 609.25 617.45 625.00 143
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF SOY BEAN AT ACE AHMEDABAD `. PER KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-1127-Oct-10 2164.30 2254.50 2294.5030-Oct-10 2160.50 2251.00 2294.0015-Nov-10 2227.50 2317.00 2348.50 2378.5030-Nov-10 2198.00 2231.00 2280.50 2319.0015-Dec-10 2194.00 2216.00 2261.50 2328.00 2359.5031-Dec-10 2331.50 2374.00 2441.50 2468.5015-Jan-11 2368.50 2377.00 2492.00 2554.00 2578.0031-Jan-11 2437.50 2475.00 2517.50 2560.5015-Feb-11 2412.00 2425.00 2469.50 2508.00 2535.0028-Feb-11 2393.00 2408.00 2443.50 2469.50 2491.5015-Mar-11 2278.50 2278.00 2313.50 2344.50 2365.00 2382.5031-Mar-11 2297.50 2337.50 2379.00 2412.00 2441.00 144
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF R/M SEED AT ACE AHMEDABAD `. PER 100 KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-1127-Oct-10 2770.00 2864.00 2887.5030-Oct-10 2750.00 2841.25 2867.7515-Nov-10 2827.50 2912.50 2954.25 2750.0030-Nov-10 2854.75 2827.75 2866.00 2765.0015-Dec-10 2839.00 2825.00 2852.00 2879.00 2913.0031-Dec-10 2901.00 2849.00 2932.25 2984.5015-Jan-11 2817.50 2820.50 2859.00 2895.00 2930.0031-Jan-11 2839.00 2950.25 2991.75 3031.5015-Feb-11 2871.25 3014.25 3047.75 3095.0028-Feb-11 2854.75 2873.50 2914.00 2959.0015-Mar-11 2683.75 2701.25 2739.25 2782.00 2819.0031-Mar-11 2568.00 2687.00 2738.25 2787.00 2825.00 145
  • SPOT & FUTURES PRICES OF CHANA AT ACE AHMEDABAD `. PER 100 KG FUTURES CLOSING PRICES FOR CONTRACT EXPIRING ON Date SPOT 20-Dec-10 20-Jan-11 18-Feb-11 18-Mar-11 20-Apr-11 20-May-11 20-Jun-11 20-Jul-1127-Oct-10 2371.50 2436.00 2468.0030-Oct-10 2346.00 2441.00 2474.0015-Nov-10 2375.00 2435.00 2484.50 2474.0030-Nov-10 2521.50 2547.00 2602.00 2566.0015-Dec-10 2452.50 2495.50 2546.50 2556.50 2489.0031-Dec-10 2438.50 2549.50 2553.00 2487.5015-Jan-11 2550.00 2591.50 2644.50 2619.50 2660.0031-Jan-11 2646.50 2615.50 2662.00 2714.0015-Feb-11 2600.00 2580.00 2637.50 2735.00 2814.0028-Feb-11 2525.50 2468.00 2585.00 2657.00 2729.0015-Mar-11 2500.00 2418.00 2507.50 2558.50 2615.50 2673.5031-Mar-11 2291.50 2383.00 2430.50 2473.00 2536.00 146
  • Spot and future prices of Soy oil at NBOT.,Indore Price - ` In 10 KG Future closing prices for contract expiring on Date Spot Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-1131-Mar-10 451.00 447.80 449.30 1-Apr-10 446.30 446.80 447.30 15-Apr-10 444.60 444.60 449.00 30-Apr-10 447.30 449.20 453.3015-May-10 446.00 446.00 442.9031-May-10 450.40 449.50 451.6015-Jun-10 438.10 438.00 441.2030-Jun-10 442.00 442.90 446.50 15-Jul-10 453.50 451.90 460.00 467.00 31-Jul-10 481.00 489.00 495.0014-Aug-10 510.00 510.00 519.00 517.0031-Aug-10 486.70 485.50 486.2015-Sep-10 471.30 475.70 478.00 480.2030-Sep-10 481.40 486.00 493.50 15-Oct-10 515.50 515.50 522.30 30-Oct-10 519.20 530.00 541.2015-Nov-10 554.30 556.60 578.40 586.0030-Nov-10 559.60 567.20 579.8015-Dec-10 576.50 577.30 597.7031-Dec-10 624.80 627.60 641.5015-Jan-11 630.30 630.20 643.10 650.5031-Jan-11 640.50 655.50 667.9015-Feb-11 628.60 631.70 651.1028-Feb-11 631.00 626.2015-Mar-11 601.90 604.20 605.4031-Mar-11 590.00 597.50 607.80 147