Currency Derivatives

A market driven by the pulse of investors

In search for a reliable podium to exchange your currency at exciting rates? Then have a look below.
Growth in trade and foreign investments has led inter-connection of many national economies, opening up an exciting avenue for trading and investment.
Full-fledged with excellent services over 24 hours a day, reduced entry and exit barriers and easiness in approachability enables to boost your currency exchange for another at a predetermined date and rate with much ease.

Why to start a trade with currency derivatives

  • Act as an efficient risk management instrument
  • Limiting or off-setting possibility of loss at its maximum
  • Make use of arbitrage pricing
  • Best mode to add your Investments

Click on below links for Online Trading

  • Safe Trading Tips
  • * Never enter,confirm and update your account-related details(login or other sensitive information) in a pop-up window.
  • *  Never update,store or save your User ID & Passoword on third party websites.
  • * Verify the security certificate by clicking on the padlock icon of your internet browser.

NSE Market Hour

Normal :09:00 AM to 03:30 PM

Post Close :03:40 PM to 04:00 PM

Auto Square-off :3:20PM

Off Market Timings(AMO)

Trading Days:4:30PM to 9:15 AM

Other Days:24 hours

Important Notes:

Trading Limits depends on the selection of trading account in the order form.Intraday trading (squareoff) is not allowed in BE Scrips.Intraday can be converted to delivery or vice versa by clicking on Netposition/Tradebook.Such trading account conversion will be rejected if there is no sufficient margin or security balance.

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