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Energy Intraday

INR 6,999.00
 


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* Benefits & Features :

A category of stocks that relate to producing or supplying energy. This sector includes companies involved in the exploration and development of oil or gas reserves, oil and gas drilling, or integrated power firms.
Performance in the sector is largely driven by the supply and demand for worldwide energy. Energy producers will do very well during times of high oil and gas prices, but will earn less when the value of energy drops. Furthermore, this sector is sensitive to political events, which historically have driven changes in the price of oil.
A derivative instrument in which the underlying asset is based on energy products including oil, natural gas and electricity, which trade either on an exchange or over-the-counter. Energy derivatives can be options, futures or swap agreements, among others. The value of a derivative will vary based on the changes of the price of the underlying energy product.
 

Price Moving Factors

  • OPEC output, supply and spare capacities
  • Increased demand from emerging and developing countries; geopolitics
  • US crude and products inventories data
  • Currency fluctuations
  • Weather conditions
  • Speculative buying and selling
  • Changes in the refining sector, for example, a drop in the refinery utilisation rate  

 

Basic specifications are as mentioned below:

  • Trader can trade in Crude Oil & Natural Gas
  • Contract Size: 100 Barrels of Crude Oil & 1250 mmBtu of Natural Gas
  • Expiration Cycle: Crude- 6 Months & Natural Gas - 3 Months
  • Tick Size: 1 rupee per 100 Barrels of Crude Oil and 10 paisa per 1250 mmBtu of NG 
  • Trading Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. IST (on business days)
  • Last Trading Day: 18th day of every contract expiry month
  • Margin Requirement: Generally 5% of the total contract value