NSE Retains Its Position as the World’s Largest Derivatives Exchange for the Fifth Consecutive Year

Dhaneshwar Prasad

The National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) has once again become the biggest futures market in the world for the fifth year in a row, in 2023.

An NSE press statement said that the National Stock Exchange of India and the NSE International Exchange, which are both part of the exchange group, have kept their lead based on data released by the Futures Industry Association (FIA).

Besides this amazing accomplishment, NSE has also been ranked as the third biggest equity market in the world by the number of trades, according to data from the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE).

Several big events happened in 2023. For example, the market value of all listed companies went over USD 4 trillion, the value of all listed small and medium-sized businesses went over Rs 1,000,000 crore, and the Nifty 50 index went over 20,000 for the first time.

NSE has also shown steady growth, with record-high trading volumes in the equity sector on certain days in 2023. The exchange also said that the number of clients who traded rose year-over-year for the tenth year in a row, starting in 2014 and going through 2023 in its equity section.

The press statement also said that the ratio of equity derivatives to cash market turnover went down a little in 2023 compared to the year before.

Even so, 42 Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs) signed up to use the NSE Emerge platform, showing that the market is broad and always changing.

NSE’s continued dominance in the global derivatives market is a proof to its strong infrastructure, deep knowledge of the market, and steady growth.

The exchange will continue to be at the top of its field, which means it will be able to drive more innovation and help the global financial scene change over time.

This new accomplishment strengthens NSE’s standing as a major player in the international derivatives market and shows its dedication to greatness and leadership in the financial markets.

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