India's central bank has opened the way to establishing
financial futures markets in the country by establishing
separate working groups to explore the requirements of FX and
interest rate markets.
The news comes despite the ongoing limitations on commodity
trading imposed out of concerns that volatile futures markets
negatively impact domestic producers (see FO Week Vol
12 No 9).
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