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THE KABRA COMMITTEE REPORT for Commodity Futures - September 10th, 2010

THE KABRA COMMITTEE REPORT


June 1993, a committee on Forward Markets under chairmanship of Prof. K.N.Kabra.


Objective :

To assess the working of the commodity exchanges


To review the role that forward trading has played in the Indian commodity markets during the last 10 years.


To examine the extent to which forward trading has special role to play in promoting exports.


To suggest measures to ensure that forward trading in the commodities




THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE

The Forward Markets Commission(FMC) and the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1952, would need to be strengthened.


The majority of the committee recommended that futures trading be introduced in the following commodities:


1. Basmati rice

2. Cotton and kapas


3. Raw jute and jute goods


4. Groundnut, rapeseed/mustard seed, cottonseed, sesame seed, sunflower seed, safflower seed, copra and soybean, and oils and oilcakes of all of them.


5. Rice bran oil


6. Castor oil and its oilcake


7. Linseed, Silver, Onions



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Re: THE KABRA COMMITTEE REPORT for Commodity Futures - July 7th, 2015

DEFINITION OF 'COMMODITY FUTURES CONTRACT'
According to Investopedia,an agreement to buy or sell a set amount of a commodity at a predetermined price and date. Buyers use these to avoid the risks associated with the price fluctuations of the product or raw material, while sellers try to lock in a price for their products. Like in all financial markets, others use such contracts to gamble on price movements.

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Re: THE KABRA COMMITTEE REPORT for Commodity Futures - April 21st, 2016

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THE KABRA COMMITTEE REPORT


June 1993, a committee on Forward Markets under chairmanship of Prof. K.N.Kabra.


Objective :

To assess the working of the commodity exchanges


To review the role that forward trading has played in the Indian commodity markets during the last 10 years.


To examine the extent to which forward trading has special role to play in promoting exports.


To suggest measures to ensure that forward trading in the commodities




THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE

The Forward Markets Commission(FMC) and the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1952, would need to be strengthened.


The majority of the committee recommended that futures trading be introduced in the following commodities:


1. Basmati rice

2. Cotton and kapas


3. Raw jute and jute goods


4. Groundnut, rapeseed/mustard seed, cottonseed, sesame seed, sunflower seed, safflower seed, copra and soybean, and oils and oilcakes of all of them.


5. Rice bran oil


6. Castor oil and its oilcake


7. Linseed, Silver, Onions



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