National Stock Exchange (NSE) is growing global as it has received regulatory approval to start derivatives trade in London exchange's benchmark index FTSE 100 and trading is likely to commence wef 03 May 2012. This is a Historic day for NSE.
It is pertinent to note that NSE and other regional stock exchanges can launch the derivatives trade in the London exchange's benchmark index FTSE 100 as index is traded on many other global exchanges, which are part of the Sebi approved list of 24 bourses.
Benefit of FTSE 100 Trading in India
Indian investors will be able to hedge and gain exposure to the top 100 constituents, listed on the main market of London Stock Exchange. Thus they will be able to hedge in a better and effective manner by virtue of seeing the global uncertainties.