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A new version of the forex-market-data site ForexLive has been launched in India.
The website is being built by two Indian technology startups, with the aim of making forex markets accessible to Indian consumers.
The site will also allow the Indian market to be monitored and tracked in real-world terms.
ForexLive will allow traders to buy and sell forex and other futures contracts on a live-streamed platform.
Forex traders will be able to see what prices are prevailing and when they can expect them to move.
The new platform will also feature a live chatroom, where traders can ask questions about the market, the market and forex futures.
India’s biggest forex trading platform Forex-Live, with over 10,000 traders, is also offering a trading room to Indian traders who wish to trade in the foreX futures market.
The Forex Live platform will offer traders access to a live trading room in India where they can ask their questions and monitor prices on a daily basis.
According to the site, this is the first time the forext market has been made available to the Indian public.
“Forex-live is an opportunity to connect and engage with traders on a real-times basis in India and we are pleased to offer this service to our Indian consumers,” said Rakesh Srivastava, CEO, ForexLIVE.
In a statement, ForeXLive said that the launch of the new platform is an important step towards bringing Forex trading to the public.
Forext futures, or “exchange traded funds”, are a kind of derivatives market which is widely traded in the US, Japan, Europe, China, South Korea, India and other countries.
In India, forext futures are a key part of the Indian equities market, as they are the only means of exchange for the stock market.
Forext futures have gained prominence as the Indian stock market has started to lose momentum.
The forext trading market in India is currently in the early stages of growth and there are already signs that the market could potentially turn into a bubble in the coming months.
In November, India’s central bank had announced a plan to start buying and selling futures in the country.
The government is also looking to use the money raised from the forexpending market to build up the stock and bond markets.