The country’s leading commodity derivatives exchanges recorded a total turnover of Rs 2,6.5 crore in various commodity futures, options and index futures during the week from July 1 to 6. Commodity options saw a 7 per cent rise in national turnover compared to the previous week, while crude oil options saw a 21 per cent rise.
As far as index futures are concerned, bullion futures traded at Rs 611.5 crore during the week. Bulldex July futures opened at 12,615, down 3 points at 12,08.
In terms of options, commodity futures options saw a national turnover of Rs 17,312.05 crore on the MCX during the week, up more than 3 per cent from last week’s turnover of Rs 3,16.50 crore. Gold and gold-mini call and put options cost Rs 3,6.5 crore, silver and silver-mini call and put options cost Rs 2.5 crore. Among the options in the energy segment, crude oil call and put options traded at Rs 2,6.18 crore, up 21 per cent from Rs 2,6.5 crore in the previous week. Natural gas call and put options had a turnover of Rs 12,8.5 crore.
Among the precious metals futures, gold and silver traded for a total of Rs 3,6.5 crore during the week. Among gold futures, August gold futures opened at Rs 41,000 per 10 grams at the beginning of the week, hitting an intra-day high of Rs 2,500 and a low of Rs 30,50 during the week. Arrived. Against this, the gold-guinea July contract rose by Rs 111 per gram to Rs 30.3 and the gold-petal July contract by Rs 3 per gram to Rs 2,05. Gold-mini August futures opened at Rs 30.50 per 10 grams, rising by Rs 105 to Rs 30.31.
Among silver futures, silver September futures opened at Rs 2,50 per kg at the beginning of the week, hitting an intra-day high of Rs 3,600 and a low of Rs 3,100 during the week. Was closed. The silver-mini-August contract fell by Rs 151 to Rs 2,915 and the silver-micro-August contract by Rs 1.2 to close at Rs 2,5.