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NSE derivatives turnover crosses Rs 3,000 cr

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MUMBAI, Nov 26

TRADING volumes on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) derivatives segment today crossed the Rs 3,000-crore mark for the first time since the launch of the derivatives trading.

The exchange recorded volumes of Rs 3028.15 crore. The previous highest was Rs 2912.88 crore recorded on November 22.

Volumes in the derivatives segment were 88.12 per cent of the volumes of Rs 3,436.07 crore on the cash segment of the exchange.

Among the various derivatives products traded, S&P CNX Nifty futures recorded a volume of Rs 255.65 crore, S&P CNX Nifty options Rs 50.06 crore, options on individual securities Rs 688.73 crore and futures on individual securities Rs 2033.71 crore, the NSE said in a statement.

Futures on individual securities have recorded new high in volumes. The previous high of Rs 1839.98 crore was registered on November 22.

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