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Sunday, September 19, 2010

United Stocks Exchange all set for inauguration on sep 20/2010

India's first currency derivative Exchange named 'United Stock Exchange' or USE is all set for inauguration tomorrow, The inauguration would be done by Mr. CB Bhave(chairman of SEBI).

The United Stock Exchange will start operations in four currency pairs currently allowed by SEBI like dollar-rupee, euro-rupee, yen-rupee and pound-rupee.

It may be recalled that the Bombay Stock exchange has a 15 percent stake in the new currency derivatives exchange USE.

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Saturday, April 24, 2010

India's first currency derivatives exchange (USE) gets SEBI's approval

(posted under - USE India, United Stock Exchange) - So finally india's first currency and interest rates derivatives exchange USE(United stock exchange) got approval from SEBI for trading in currency and interest rate derivatives.

The approval was received after USE complied with all regulatory norms as specified by SEBI. United Stock Exchange has been given a very enthusiastic response from the market already wherein they received over 100 forms within few days of receiving the final approval. Both the Banking Fraternity and Broking Community have immense faith in United Stock Exchange declaring it a major competition to existing exchanges even before launch.

You may want to recall that in august 2009 ( read full post) Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE), picked up 15% stake in United Stock Exchange (USE). USE, which will operate as a BSE Group Company, now brings together a consortium of key stakeholders - the exchange, banks, financial institutions - to drive the development and growth of the currency and interest rate derivatives markets.

Friday, August 7, 2009

BSE updates - BSE acquires 15 percent in USE

(under BSE Updates - 7-8-09) - Bombay Stock Exchange said on Friday it will acquire a 15 percent stake in United Stock Exchange (USE), which focuses on currency and interest rate derivatives.

USE plans to launch interest rate futures upon receiving regulatory approval, BSE said in a statement. "New products are expected to be launched in the coming years to help market participants manage their interest rate risks," the statement said.

"USE will provide an advanced trading platform for these products and will be an important driver of innovation in terms of product and market development," it added. State-run Punjab National Bank , Bank of Baroda and Union Bank of India are among the stakeholders in United Stock Exchange, which was set up with paid-up capital of 1.5 billion rupees.


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