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KARVY
 KARVY, is a premier integrated financial

services provider  KARVY covers the entire spectrum of various financial services.  It was set up in 1982 with a capital of 1,50,000 offering auditing and taxation services

KCTL
 It facilitate futures trading in commodities
 Membership of various commodity exchanges.  KCTL, offers a wide reach through network of around

900 offices located across 400 cities in India

GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION OF COMMODITIES

COMMODITY MARKET
 Trading in commodity derivatives in India started

nineteenth century when Cotton Trade Association started futures trading in 1875, about a decade after they started in Chicago.  These raw commodities are traded on regulated commodity exchanges, in which they are bought and sold in standardized contracts.

CONSTITUENTS OF MARKET

HEDGER

ARBITRAGER

SPECULATOR

STRUCTURE OF COMMODITY EXCHANGES

COMMODITIES NOT TRADED IN COMMODITY MARKET
 Rare metals - Germanium, Cadmium, Cobalt, Chromium,

Magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Silicon, Rhodium, Selenium, Titanium, Vanadium, Niobium, Lithium, Indium, Gallium, Tantalum, Tellurium, and Beryllium.  Agricultural products - Fresh Flowers, Cut Flowers, Melons, Lemons, Tung Oil, Gum Arabic, Pine Oil, Milk, Tomatoes, Grapes, Eggs and Potatoes  Minerals and other materials- Asphalt, Arsenic, Borax, Boron, Gypsum, Asbestos, Chlorine, Fluoride, Cement, Sulfuric Acid, Carbon Dioxide, Fluorspar, Bromine, Titanium Dioxide

TRADING SCREEN

MARGIN
DELIVERY MARGIN
MARK TO MARKET MARGIN INITIAL MARGIN

0.03%

0.04%

0.01%

12.36%

BENEFITS OF MARKET
 Investor
 Diversification  Less manipulation

 High leverage
 Producer  Lock in price for your products

 Assured demand
 Increase in holding power

PROJECT
IN HOUSE TRAINING

TELECALLING

GENERATING LEADS

FINANCIAL RESEARCH

Research methodology
 TITLE Scope of commodity market in india.  SAMPLE DESIGN
Sampling type

Convenient sampling
Sampling unit

Traders i.e. Businessmen and Working professionals
Sample size:50

DATA COLLECTION
 Primary Data:

Questionnaire  Secondary Data: Newspaper books brochure reference material

RESEARCH CONCLUSION
 The production, supply and distribution of many

agricultural commodities are controlled by the government and only forwards and futures trading are permitted in certain commodity items.  The most things I have seen are that the awareness of future commodity trading is still not there.  People who knows, they believe that operators and big players in the market drive this future commodity market.

 Most of the people still fear regarding the quality of

commodity if they wish to take physical delivery.  The delivery centers of commodities are very less in India compare to other developed countries.  People still believe that investing in commodity market is very risky.  The whole industry is highly sensitive towards national and international’s environmental and political factors

SUGGESTIONS
Commodity options
The warehousing and standardization

Cash versus physical settlement
Tax and legal bottlenecks

MAJOR LEARNINGS
 Basics of commodities, lot size, types of commodity

exchanges etc.  How trading takes place with the help of ODIN software  I learnt a lot from this survey about how to initiate a talk, how to interact with various clients, how to tackle the unknown as well as known queries and making them aware about commodity market.

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