An Interest Rate Futures contract is "an agreement to buy or sell a debt instrument at a specified future date at a price that is fixed today." The underlying security for Interest Rate Futures is either Government Bond or T-Bill. Exchange traded Interest Rate Futures on NSE are standardized contracts based on 6 year, 10 year and 13 year Government of India Security and 91 Dated Treasury Bills issued by the Central Government. All futures contracts available for trading on NSE &BSE are cash settled.Product Specification:
Interest Rate Future is a contract between a buyer and seller which agrees to future delivery of an asset that bears interest. This ensures that the price of the interest bearing asset is locked in for a future date. IRFs can be bought or sold as per your expectations of rising or decreasing interest rates. This proves an excellent instrument in hedging. It helps as an investment and trading instrument in diversifying your portfolio.
GEPL’s IRF team consistently tracks interest rate movements based on strong fundamental and technical analysis. Supported by research, there are regular views and trading calls offered to investors proactively. The team also tracks IRF contracts held by investors and advice exit strategies based on market view. A strong support team is an added advantage to investors. We ensure periodic reports generation, margin calls, and maturity reminders to investors.
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