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 India commodity markets have been in existence for decades. However in 1975 the Government banned forward contracts on commodities. Later in 2003 the Government of India again allowed forward contracts in commodities. There have been over 20 exchanges existing for commodities all over the country. However these exchanges are commodity specific and have a strong regional focus. The Government, in order to make the commodities market more transparent and efficient, accorded approval for setting up of national level multi commodity exchanges. Accordingly three exchanges are there which deal in a wide variety of commodities and which allow nation-wide trading. They are
  1. Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX)
  2. National Commodities Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX)
  3. National Multi Commodity Exchange (NMCE)
:: Following are the commodities traded in MCX.

Gold, Gold M, Gold HNI, Silver, Silver M, Silver HNI
Castor Seeds, Soy Seeds, Castor Oil, Refined Soy Oil, Soymeal, RBD Palmolein, Crude Palm Oil, Groundnut Oil, Mustard Seed, Mustard Seed Oil, Cottonseed Oilcake, Cottonseed
Pepper, Red Chilli, Jeera, Turmeric
Steel Long, Steel Flat, Copper, Nickel, Tin
Kapas, Long Staple Cotton, Medium Staple Cotton
Chana, Urad, Yellow Peas, Tur
Rice, Basmati Rice, Wheat, Maize, Sarbati Rice
Crude Oil
Rubber, Guar Seed, Gur, Guargum Bandhani, Guargum, Cashew Kernel, Guarseed Bandhani


:: Following are the commodities traded in NCDEX

Arabica Coffee Cashew
Castor Seed Chana
Chilli Common Raw Rice
Common Parboiled Rice Crude Palm Oil
Cotton Seed Oilcake Expeller Mustard Oil
Grade A Parboiled Rice Grade A Raw Rice
Guar gum Guar Seeds
Gur Jeera
Jute sacking bags Lemon Tur
Long Staple Cotton Maharashtra Lal Tur
Medium Staple Cotton Mulberry Green Cocoons
Mulberry Raw Silk Mustard Seed
Pepper Raw Jute
RBD Palmolein Refined Soy Oil
Robusta Coffee Rubber
Sesame Seeds Soyabean
Yellow Soybean Meal Sugar
Turmeric Urad
Yellow Red Maize  
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