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Trade in Global Currencies
Horizon of currency market has broadened in the recent past. The potential for profit in currency trading has proven the perception of foreign exchange being a lucrative asset class.
Buying or selling currency futures simply involves putting in the margin money. Whether you are planning for currency hedging or opting strategy for import and export position hedge of currency, know that you are just a click away.
Trade in Global Currencies
Unique opportunity to diversify your portfolio due to its high volatility
Designed for hedging purposes thereby protecting risk associated with uncertainties
High volatility and liquidity
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Don't worry about interest rate changes!
IRF or Interest Rate Futures is a hedging instrument which enables you to hedge against the risks of interest rates moving in an adverse direction. An adverse change in the direction of interest rates is one of the major risks an investor faces while investing in a fixed-income instrument such as bonds.
We offer IRF, which is a cash-settled derivative instrument that will allow you to take a bet on the direction of the 10-year government securities (G-Sec) in the near-term with the 10-year G-Sec as the underlying asset. While you can make money from IRF, it is also widely used as an effective hedging mechanism by banks and financial institutions to mitigate their risk. The underlying security in IRF is the 10-year government bond – which at present the 8.83 per cent 2023 G-sec.
Example:If you have a housing loan of Rs.20 lakh and you expect that interest rates may rise 50-75 points in the next 3-6 months which will lead to higher outgo of EMIs, you can go short on IRFs. If interest rates rise, you will stand to gain as bond prices will fall.
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