Equity is the value attributable to the owners of a business. The book value of equity is calculated as the difference between assets and liabilities on the company’s balance sheet, while the market value of equity is based on the current share price (if public) or a value that is determined by investors or valuation professionals.
Multi Commodity Exchange. It is an online platform wherein commodities like gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc, crude oil, etc. are traded. Buying and selling of commodities happens over MCX. They are physical settled, or cash settled. SEBI, the regulator of MCX has made physical settlement of stock derivatives mandatory recently.
NCDEX full form is National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange Limited. Agricultural and metal commodities are traded on these exchanges. Exchanges like NCDEX have also played a key role in improving Indian agricultural practices. Barley, wheat, and soybeans are some of the leading agricultural commodities traded on the NCDEX.
The International currency market involves participants from around the world. They buy and sell different currencies. Currency trading participants comprise banks, corporations, central banks (like RBI in India), investment management firms, hedge funds, retail forex brokers, and investors like you.