The latest directive will come into force with immediate effect, according to a release.
Launch of new contracts for the paddy (non-basmati), wheat, soya bean and its derivatives (its complex), crude palm oil and moong have been barred till further orders by the regulator.
The list includes chana, and mustard seeds and its derivatives (its complex). The derivative contracts in these commodities were suspended earlier this year, the release said.
In respect of running contracts, no new position will be allowed to be taken and only squaring up of position will be allowed.
The directions will be applicable for a period of one year, it added.
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