India allows market participants to have open position of upto 15 per 5 PCS DOUBLE BLISTER cent of the total open interest. sebi_2_0_1_0_0_0.jpg India allows market participants to have open position of upto 15 per cent of the total open interest. New Delhi: India's stock market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India relaxed currency derivatives rules on Wednesday, allowing participants to continue to hold on to their open position limits even if total open interest in a currency pair falls at a stock exchange.Market participants will, however, have to gradually bring down their open positions to comply with applicable limits within a time period specified by the stock exchanges, the SEBI said. Earlier, market participants had to reduce their open position limits in proportion to the drop in total open interest.India allows market participants to have open position of upto 15 per cent of the total open interest, or $100 million gross open limit for USD/INR pair, whichever is higher. For banks, the position limit is 15 per cent of total open interest or $1 billion, whichever is higher.
He then flew by helicopter to Camp Humphreys, the largest US military base in the country, and met US and South Korean troops, along with Moon.On the second leg of his five-nation trip, Trump toured the sprawling Camp Humphreys garrison, which lies about 100 km (60 miles) from the border with reclusive North Korea. 'We cannot allow North Korea to threaten all that we have built,' Trump said on the first day of a two-day visit to South Korea..Speaking in S Korea, Trump said he was prepared to do whatever was necessary to prevent the North Korean dictator from threatening lives.Landing earlier at Osan Air Base outside Seoul, the president and First Lady Melania Trump stepped down from Air Force One onto a red carpet as he began a visit that could aggravate tensions with North Korea.Trump praised president Moon, hailing him for “great cooperation” despite differences over how to confront North Korea and over a trade pact between the United States and South Korea.When the two leaders later held formal talks after an elaborate welcoming ceremony outside the presidential Blue House in Seoul, Moon told Trump he hoped his visit would relieve some of South Koreans’ anxiety over North Korea and serve as a “turning point in resolving the North Korean nuclear issue”. (Photo: AP File) Seoul: US President Donald Trump warned North Korea on Tuesday, the United States was prepared to use the full range of its military power if needed to defend itself and its allies during a visit to South Korea that took him to heart of the nuclear standoff with Pyongyang..But at times taking a less strident tone, Trump also urged North Korea to “do the right thing” and said, “I do see some movement” – though he declined to elaborate.Meeting with military commanders about the North Korea issue, Trump told reporters, “Ultimately it will all work out, it always works out, it has to work out.”“We cannot allow North Korea to threaten all that we have built,” Trump said on the first day of a two-day visit to South Korea.Trump is seeking to ratchet up pressure on Pyongyang following his visit to Tokyo, where he declared that Japan would shoot North Korean missiles “out of the sky” if it bought the US weaponry needed 13 PCS FLEXIBLE RATCHET SPANNER SET to do so, suggesting the Japanese government take a stance it has avoided until now.” He did not elaborate.Pyongyang’s recent nuclear and missile tests in defiance of UN resolutions and an exchange of insults between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have raised the stakes in the most critical international challenge of Trump’s presidency.Speaking at a joint news conference with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Trump said while he hopes to use all tools short of military force, he was prepared to do whatever was necessary “to prevent the North Korean dictator from threatening lives . so needlessly..Trump was greeted with applause and a few cheers as he and Moon entered the mess hall at lunch hour.“We hope to God we don’t have to use” the United States’ full military capabilities, he said.Three US aircraft carrier strike groups will exercise together in the Western Pacific in the coming days in a show of force rarely seen in the region, US officials said.The White House says Trump’s trip is intended to demonstrate US resolve over his hardline approach to the North Korean nuclear and missile threats, but many in the region fear further bellicose presidential rhetoric could increase the potential for a devastating military conflict on the Korean peninsula.
“There will be some action (scaling down),” sources said when asked if the recent Russia-Pakistan military exercise was a one-off episode and whether Russia had registered India’s concerns.India is likely to reaffirm its concerns over growing Russia-Pakistan military ties when Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin here on on Saturdayduring which India is likely to reaffirm its concerns over growing Russia-Pakistan military ties when Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin here on on Saturdayduring which the two sides will look at ramping up their “special and privileged partnership” by inking pacts in areas of defence and nuclear energy. He also asserted that terrorism was an important issue and will be discussed between the two leaders and efforts would be to ratchet up counter-terrorism cooperation.Ahead of the Indo-Russia annual summit, which is taking place barely weeks after the Uri strike by Pakistan-based terrorists, Indian envoy to Moscow, Pankaj Saran, said as far as Russia’s recent military exercise with Pakistan was concerned, “we have conveyed our concerns and views.”A “very wide range” of issues will be discussed and it would be unfair to pick one or two, the envoy said and added that the agenda has a “broad menu and fully respects the kind of relationship that both country share”.The External Affairs Ministry officials also rejected suggestions of a rift between Russia and India, which recently signed Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) with the US, a move which is seen by many as New Delhi’s moving away from its traditional ally. They are also expected to ink defence deals worth billions of dollars.. There are regional and global issues, various troubled hotspots where Russia has stakes and where India has stakes. Sources say India also hopes to see Russia scale down its military cooperation with Pakistan.”The two leaders will also exchange views on important regional and international issues, Saran said, adding “Indo- Russia ties have more than just the bilateral dimension. The two sides have finalised the General Framework Agreement and Credit Protocol for unit 5 and 6 for Kudankulum project.“The broad geo-polotical interest of India and Russia not only do not clash but in most cases also coincide. We are confident that Russia will reflect on our concern.”Mr Saran had earlier conveyed India’s opposition to Russia’s joint military exercise with Pakistan, a state that “sponsors and practices terrorism as state policy”. That is where we stand. The bilateral partnership covers the widest possible areas of cooperation which will also be on display tomorrow,” Joint Secretary dealing with Russia in MEA, G V Srinivas, said.Earlier, Modi said, “Putin’s visit will give an opportunity to consolidate and reaffirm a unique time-tested friendship and partnership with Russia.The 7 PCS RATCHET SPANNER SET two sides are looking at inking more than a dozen pacts including in the area of civil nuclear cooperation.“I would like to emphasize that the India-Russia special and privileged strategic partnership is characterized by unmatched mutual confidence, trust and goodwill cutting across the party lines as well as between citizens of the two countries.
Shanghai, however, edged up 0.The dollar has soared since November on bets Trump&Flexible Socket Wrench39;s fiscal policies would fan inflation and force the Fed to tighten borrowing costs.Tokyo ended the morning 0.6 per cent, while Seoul shed 0.8 per cent and Sydney lost 0.3 per cent. Hong Kong: Most Asian markets turned lower Friday as nervous investors await the inauguration of Donald Trump, while there was little early reaction to data showing a further slowdown in China's economic growth last year. 'Conditions complicated'While the figure was in line with forecasts in an AFP survey and hit the government's target, it marks the slowest pace since 1990, a year after the bloody Tiananmen Square crackdown isolated the country internationally. However, we should also be aware that the domestic and external conditions are still complicated and severe," the National Bureau of Statistics said in a statement.After a two-month rally following Trump's election win, uncertainty has gripped trading floors in recent weeks as they try to gauge what sort of president he will be after a series of outbursts against China and global trade deals. And remarks from Yellen Wednesday suggested this would be the case.3 per cent though the gains were limited as China announced the world's number-two economy expanded 6.In morning trade Hong Kong fell 0.But analysts said investors were keeping their powder dry until the new president provides something concrete.65 yen on Friday against 114.However, on Thursday she said the Fed was keeping pace with economic growth and ready to act accordingly.7 per cent last year."Offsetting (Wednesday's) hawkish delivery, Dr Yellen has tossed a monkey wrench into the equation by inferring the Fed is not behind the curve, indeed much more dovish than yesterday's speech," Stephen Innes, senior trader at OANDA, said in a note.84 yen in New York on Thursday afternoon.While he promised a big-spending, tax-cutting drive to fuel the world's top economy, the tycoon has failed to provide markets with any detail, leading to worries about his ability to deliver.1 per cent higher, but paring early gains as the yen picked up against the dollar. Tokyo ended the morning 0.On forex markets the dollar was struggling against its major peers after Federal Reserve boss Janet Yellen indicated the central bank would take a wait-and-see approach to monetary policy, suggesting any rate hikes this year could be slow.."China's economy was within a proper range with improved quality and efficiency. In forex markets, the dollar was trading at 114."It's clear that investors have reached a level where they are prepared to wait and see what the Trump administration has to offer," Ric Spooner, chief market analyst at CMC Markets Asia Pacific in Sydney, told Bloomberg News.1 per cent higher, but paring early gains as the yen picked up against the dollar.