Trade BSE Index and Currency Derivatives on FYERS

Can I trade in BSE Derivatives?

Yes, you can trade in both BSE Index derivatives and currency derivatives on FYERS.

BSE Index Derivatives:
  • Available Contracts: Trade in SENSEX and BANKEX derivative contracts.
  • Restrictions: BSE Stock and Sensex50 Index Futures & Options (F&O) contracts are not available due to low liquidity.
  • Order Types: Market orders are not permitted in SENSEX & BANKEX options contracts; however, you can place limit orders.
Currency Derivatives:
At FYERS, we also offers trading in the currency derivatives segment, providing access to a variety of currency contracts and opportunities. For more comprehensive information and details about BSE Currency Derivative (BCD) segment, kindly refer to this notice.

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