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NSE extends trading hours for interest rate derivatives

NSE extends trading hours for interest rate derivatives
The National Stock Exchange (NSE) has extended the trading hours for interest rate derivatives to 5 pm, to be effective from Thursday.

Currently, such contracts are traded between 9 am to 3:30 pm, and the move by NSE is aimed at converging with underlying market timings.

An interest Rate Derivative (IRD) is a financial derivative contract whose value is derived from one or more interest rates, prices of interest rate assets, or interest rate indices.

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