Sebi sets out commodities framework

India’s securities regulator aims to give market a clearer structure, and attract more players

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India’s regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), which began overseeing the equities and commodities markets in 2015, has for the first time set out a framework for the listing of commodity derivatives.

From April, commodities on which the country’s exchanges propose to launch a new contract will have to satisfy a minimum annual turnover requirement, be homogeneous so that market participants are confident they understand exactly what they are trading, and be durable and

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