Timely and accurate information on trading hours, non-trading day and settlement details
The Derivatives Trading Hours (DTH) service covers all important dates for trading, delivery and settlement of contracts as well as important times for trading, including pre-open, open, close and settlement times.
Types of futures contracts
- Commodity Derivatives
- Equity Derivatives
- FX Derivatives
- Interest Rate Derivatives</span
Commodity Derivatives: Commodity Derivatives are products where commodities are contracted to buy or sell at an agreed price for delivery at a specified date. Commodities include energy products, agricultural
products, soft commodities, and metals.
Equity Derivatives: Equity Derivatives are Products whose value is at least partly derived from one or more underlying equity asset class. Equity derivatives also include futures and options based on index products or dividends. Futures and Options are the most traded equity derivatives.
Foreign Exchange Derivatives: A Foreign Exchange Derivatives or currency futures contract is an agreement between two parties to deliver a set amount of currency at a fixed future date, called the expiry. In some cases, the contract is settled by cash payment based on an index price or other known commodity pricing mechanism.
Interest Rate Derivatives: Interest rate derivatives are futures and options whose underlying is an asset related to interest rates, including short-term interest rate index contracts, fixed income contracts, and interest rate swap contracts.
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