Indian domestic interest rate futures, which had originally
been expected to launch on 21 April (see FO Week Vol 8
No 12) were on hold last week, amid uncertainty over as to when
the products will eventually get off the ground.
National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), which runs the
country's dominant equity futures market, released contract
specifications for its 91-day T-Bill and 10-Year
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