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PRICE DISSEMINATION
PROJECT
t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
An initiative by: FMC
AGMARKNET
NIC
MCX
NCDEX
NMCE
ICEX
ACE
1 PRICE DISSEMINATION PROJECT
Introduction:
Price discovery and dissemination
The dissemination of spot and futures prices of agricultural commodities to
all agriculture sector participants, especially the farming
community across the country has been identified as an
important activity in the XIth Five Year Plan by the
Planning Commission. The Forward Markets Commission
(FMC), as the regulator of the Commodity Futures Market
in India, has been given the mandate for implementing
the directives of the Planning Commission for
dissemination of agricultural commodity prices across
the country. In response to this directive, the Forward
Markets Commission formulated the Price Dissemination
Scheme which is being implemented by it across the
country in partnership with the Department of
Agriculture and Marketing, Ministry of Agriculture, and the five National
Commodity Exchanges – The Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), The
National Commodity Exchange of India (NCDEX) and the National Multi
Commodity Exchange of India (NMCE), ACE Derivatives and Commodity
Exchange Limited (ACE), Indian Commodity Exchange Limited (ICEX).
The Commodity Futures Market in India comprises five National Commodity
Exchanges - MCX, NCDEX, NMCE, ACE and ICEX and 18 Commodity Specific
(Regional) Commodity Exchanges. These Exchanges perform the critical
economic functions of price discovery and price risk management. The price
signals – futures prices – emanating from the exchange platform indicate the
traded value of the underlying commodity, i.e., the prices at which willing
buyers and willing sellers are prepared to trade. The prices discovered on the
Exchange are driven by commercial decisions on supply and demand and on
the willingness to buy and sell price risk. It takes into account all public and
non public ‘price impacting information’ for determining the equilibrium price
in the market. Commodity futures prices, thus, serve as a mechanism for price
discovery either for the present price or for determining expected future
prices and therefore acts as a good “predictor” of what prices will be in future.
Here, it may be clarified that the Exchange platform does not control prices in
any way and that they only provide a platform for discovery of prices by
traders using the exchange platform. The Price Dissemination Project
endeavours to capture the prices discovered on the exchange platform on a
2 t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
real time basis and make it available to all stake holders in the agriculture
supply chain, especially farmers to enable them to take rational and informed
decisions about cropping pattern and marketing strategies and thereby
increase their Farm Income.
Benefits to the Agricultural Sector
Agriculture producers and agribusinesses face a diverse array of marketing
and production alternatives. Each time a marketing or production decision is
made, farmers or agribusinesses must estimate what impact this decision will
have on their income or risk management plan. None of these are more
difficult to answer than, “What price can I expect? “. A producer may ask “which
crop will I plant given my known input costs and expected harvest time prices?” or
“should I sell now or sell forward or store my crop?”. A trader may ask, “ at what
forward price shall I buy from the producer and sell forward to agribusinesses?”.
Similarly, agribusinesses must determine price expectations to know what
forward price to offer.
The Price Dissemination Project endeavours to provide an
answer to all these questions by bringing to the mandis
both physical market prices reported by the AGMARKNET
and the futures prices of all agricultural commodities
discovered on the three Exchange platforms – MCX,
NCDEX and NMCE on a real time basis. It is expected that
other two Exchanges ICEX and ACE will be participating in
the project and supports its cause.
Benefits – both direct and indirect – that would accrue to
the agriculture sector from the implementation of the price dissemination
project are as follows :
! Access to the physical market prices of agricultural commodities
prevailing in the designated and surrounding mandis.
! Access to futures prices of agricultural commodities discovered through a
transparent price discovery process in the Commodity Exchanges.
! Integration of rural, urban and global agricultural markets.
The Price Dissemination Project in brief
3 PRICE DISSEMINATION PROJECT
! Increased awareness about quality standards of various agricultural crops
and the value it fetches.
! Rising investment in market-related infrastructure (e.g., standardization/quality
testing/warehousing)
! Expected futures prices of commodities known in
advance (A farmer can plan his crop and sales by looking at
prices prevailing in the futures market)
! Risk management (farmers can sell in the contract expiring
close to the harvest date, to lock-in the current price.)
! Access to a National Reference Price of agricultural
commodities.
! Futures market – a new addition to the concept of
marketing through electronic trading platform
! A well organized and well functioned futures sensitizes the whole value
chain of the commodity to compete on global level.
! The Price Dissemination Project envisages placement of electronic price
ticker boards in mandis / APMCs which are networked under the
AGMARKNET project for the display of physical and futures prices of
agricultural commodities. The project would be implemented during the
11th Plan, with the objective of covering all the APMCs networked under
the AGMARKNET project, which at present is around 2500.
! The project would be implemented by the FMC and the five National
Exchanges – MCX, NCDEX, NMCE, ICEX and ACE – in coordination with the
project team of AGMARKNET and NIC under the overall guidance of FMC.
! The National Exchanges would upload physical market prices (polled
price) and futures prices of agricultural commodities discovered by the
Commodity Exchanges and AGMARKNET prices into a central server at the
Exchange from where it would be transmitted to the APMCs via the
internet / leased line. These prices would be available on PCs placed in the
APMC’s premises. The futures and spot prices of the three Exchanges and
the spot prices of AGMARKNET would be run on price tickers placed in the
APMC premises connected to the APMC PC in the local language.
States allotted to each Exchange
Exchange States
M CX P unjab
U ttar Pradesh
M adhya Pradesh
J harkhand
H imachal Pradesh
H aryana
N CDEX R ajasthan
C hattisgarh
M aharashtra
O rissa
Jammu and Kashmir
W est Bengal
N MCE G ujarat
K arnataka
Tamil Nadu
K erala
I CEX A ndhra Pradesh
B ihar
A CE G oa
D elhi (NCR)
Uttarakhand
A) States and Union Territories
4 t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
E xchange States
MCX Tripura
Manipur
NCDEX Assam
Meghalaya
NMCE Sikkim
Mizoram
ICEX Arunachal Pradesh
Nagaland
B) North Eastern States
Network Diagram & Data Flow
The operation of the ticker board at the Mandi level would be handled
by the Mandi authority.
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6 t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
Details of Display Board:
The details of display board are as follows:
• Two line Display Board for displaying Spot & Futures prices of Commodity
Exchanges & Spot prices of AGMARKNET in the following format:
Commodity Name Exchange /AGMARKNET Spot Prices (Scrolling)
Exchange Name Future price of three Exchanges (Scrolling)
• The specifications of the Board are as follows:
Board Size Approx 1.5 feet height x 7 feet width
View Distance About 50 meters
Display Color Red and Amber color
• Information in Regional Language for easy understanding to common
man
• Display the price information of Agricultural commodities relevant to state.
7 PRICE DISSEMINATION PROJECT
Enabling Agencies of Price Dissemination Project
A. Forward Market Commission (FMC)
Forward Markets Commission (FMC), a statutory body set up in 1953 under
the Forward Contracts (Regulation ) Act, 1952 for regulating the Commodity
Futures market, forms part of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and
Public Distribution, Govt. of India. The Commission is committed to the
development of institutional capability of the commodity markets and the
Price Dissemination Scheme is a step in this direction. The FMC is contributing
65% share of the total project cost & remaining 35% equally shared by three
National Commodity Exchanges.
B. National Commodity Exchanges:
There are Five national online commodity exchanges recognized by
Government of India – Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), National
Commodity & Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), National Multi Commodity
Exchange (NMCE), Indian Commodity Excahnge Limited (ICEX) and ACE
Derivatives and Commodity Exchange Limited (ACE). They work as per Byelaws
and Business rules, with the main functions of Exchange traded futures
contract being:
There are around 100 different agricultural and non-agricultural commodities
traded on the futures exchange platform, which is an Electronic, transparent
trading platform.
C. Department of Marketing and Inspection, Ministry of Agriculture,
Government of India.
Department of Marketing and Inspection, Ministry of Agriculture has
launched a central sector scheme of Agricultural Marketing Information
Network (AGMARKNET) to link important Agri Markets of India & State Agri
Marketing Board. More than 1700 Mandis are regularly reporting price related
data. AGMARKNET provides online data of Traded Spot Prices of Mandis
networked with them.
• Trade Guarantee
• Risk Management
• Price Discovery
• Transactional Efficiency
• Liquidity
8 t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
D. APMCs
The APMCs / Mandis covered under the AGMARKNET project will enable the
implementation of the project. The price ticker boards will be placed on the
premises of the APMCs. The envisaged role of the APMCs in the project is as
follows:
• To regularly upload market related information on the website.
• To ensure that all price related information made available under the
project is made available to the market participants / target audience.
• To ensure that the price feeds are being regularly received on the
computer terminal and the information thus received is being relayed
on the price ticker board.
• To ensure that the price ticker board is working at least during the
market hours and, in case of any problem, the same is reported to the
designated authority.
• To provide daily online reports to the Exchanges / AGMARKNET on the
status of the price ticker boards.
• To be responsible for the safety of the price ticker
board and any related appliances.
• To be responsible for the upkeep of the board
after the expiry of the one year warranty period
and the two/three year built-in maintenance
agreement with the vendors.
• To be of assistance to the market participants in
understanding the contents of the price ticker
board.
• To serve as an interface between FMC, the National Exchange and the
market participants – farmers and traders.
Price Information Board:
Futures & Spot Reading Instruction
A Government of India Project implemented by FMC, AGMARKNET, NIC & National Commodity Exchanges
(MCX, NCDEX, NMCE, ICEX, & ACED)
First Line: Spot Price Information
SPOT PRICES of Exchanges (MCX, NCDEX, NMCE) & AGMARKNET
Exchange Name
MCX
Type
Spot
Spot Price / Price QuotQty
952.50 / 100 Kg
Agmarknet
AGMARKNET
Mandi Name / Variety
HAPUR / BIG
Modal Price / Price QuotQty
910.50 / 100 Kg
MSP Price
905.25
Commodity Name
MAIZE
Second Line: Future Price Information for the Commodity Displayed on the first line
FUTURE PRICES of Exchanges (MCX, NCDEX, NMCE)
Expiry Date
20, December, 2009
Expiry Date
20, January, 2010
LastTradedPrice / PriceQuotQty
910.00 / 100 Kg
LastTradedPrice / PriceQuotQty
920.00 / 100 Kg
Exchange Name
MCX
Date
01-12-09
Explanation: First line- Spot price details Explanation: Second line- Futures price details
NOTE:
3 types of prices are displayed on the price ticker boards: 1) Spot price polled by the Exchange for the given commodity for
reference purposes called spot price (displayed in the first line of the price ticker board). 2) Average AGMARKNET spot price uploaded by
the Mandi (displayed in the first line of the price ticker board). 3) Futures price of the commodity traded on the Exchange (displayed in
the second line of the price ticker board)
Average Mandi traded spot price/quantity
(SOURCE: AGMARKNET)
Commodity Name : Name of the commodity, the price details of
which are being displayed.
Exchange Name : Name of the National Commodity Exchange, the
polled spot price of which is being displayed
Spot price/price quote : Price per unit polled by the Exchange from the
Spot market (SOURCE: EXCHANGE)
Agmarknet : AGMARKNET is the source of average mandi
spot price displayed
Mandi Name/Variety : Name of Mandi and crop variety for which
AGMARKNET spot price is given
Date : The date on which the given spot price prevailed
Modal Price/
Price Quote Unit :
MSP Price : Minimum support price (SOURCE: AGMARKNET)
Exchange Name : Name of the National Commodity
Exchange (MCX, NCDEX, NMCE), the
futures price of which is being displayed.
Expiry Date : Date on which the Futures Contract of the
Commodity expires.
Last Traded Price/
Price Quote Quantity :
! Source of Future price is Commodity Exchanges. Future prices
fluctuate at time when there is a change in demand & supply.
! We are displaying only commodities relevant to this region. For
more information please contact Mandi officer.
! For Complaint/Suggestions please contact MCX at 022-67318888
ext no. 9207/9206/9394.
The price / quantity at which the last trade
had happened on the Exchange Trading
Terminal.
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PRICE DISSEMINATION
PROJECT
t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
An initiative by: FMC
AGMARKNET
NIC
MCX
NCDEX
NMCE
ICEX
ACE
1 PRICE DISSEMINATION PROJECT
Introduction:
Price discovery and dissemination
The dissemination of spot and futures prices of agricultural commodities to
all agriculture sector participants, especially the farming
community across the country has been identified as an
important activity in the XIth Five Year Plan by the
Planning Commission. The Forward Markets Commission
(FMC), as the regulator of the Commodity Futures Market
in India, has been given the mandate for implementing
the directives of the Planning Commission for
dissemination of agricultural commodity prices across
the country. In response to this directive, the Forward
Markets Commission formulated the Price Dissemination
Scheme which is being implemented by it across the
country in partnership with the Department of
Agriculture and Marketing, Ministry of Agriculture, and the five National
Commodity Exchanges – The Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), The
National Commodity Exchange of India (NCDEX) and the National Multi
Commodity Exchange of India (NMCE), ACE Derivatives and Commodity
Exchange Limited (ACE), Indian Commodity Exchange Limited (ICEX).
The Commodity Futures Market in India comprises five National Commodity
Exchanges - MCX, NCDEX, NMCE, ACE and ICEX and 18 Commodity Specific
(Regional) Commodity Exchanges. These Exchanges perform the critical
economic functions of price discovery and price risk management. The price
signals – futures prices – emanating from the exchange platform indicate the
traded value of the underlying commodity, i.e., the prices at which willing
buyers and willing sellers are prepared to trade. The prices discovered on the
Exchange are driven by commercial decisions on supply and demand and on
the willingness to buy and sell price risk. It takes into account all public and
non public ‘price impacting information’ for determining the equilibrium price
in the market. Commodity futures prices, thus, serve as a mechanism for price
discovery either for the present price or for determining expected future
prices and therefore acts as a good “predictor” of what prices will be in future.
Here, it may be clarified that the Exchange platform does not control prices in
any way and that they only provide a platform for discovery of prices by
traders using the exchange platform. The Price Dissemination Project
endeavours to capture the prices discovered on the exchange platform on a
2 t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
real time basis and make it available to all stake holders in the agriculture
supply chain, especially farmers to enable them to take rational and informed
decisions about cropping pattern and marketing strategies and thereby
increase their Farm Income.
Benefits to the Agricultural Sector
Agriculture producers and agribusinesses face a diverse array of marketing
and production alternatives. Each time a marketing or production decision is
made, farmers or agribusinesses must estimate what impact this decision will
have on their income or risk management plan. None of these are more
difficult to answer than, “What price can I expect? “. A producer may ask “which
crop will I plant given my known input costs and expected harvest time prices?” or
“should I sell now or sell forward or store my crop?”. A trader may ask, “ at what
forward price shall I buy from the producer and sell forward to agribusinesses?”.
Similarly, agribusinesses must determine price expectations to know what
forward price to offer.
The Price Dissemination Project endeavours to provide an
answer to all these questions by bringing to the mandis
both physical market prices reported by the AGMARKNET
and the futures prices of all agricultural commodities
discovered on the three Exchange platforms – MCX,
NCDEX and NMCE on a real time basis. It is expected that
other two Exchanges ICEX and ACE will be participating in
the project and supports its cause.
Benefits – both direct and indirect – that would accrue to
the agriculture sector from the implementation of the price dissemination
project are as follows :
! Access to the physical market prices of agricultural commodities
prevailing in the designated and surrounding mandis.
! Access to futures prices of agricultural commodities discovered through a
transparent price discovery process in the Commodity Exchanges.
! Integration of rural, urban and global agricultural markets.
The Price Dissemination Project in brief
3 PRICE DISSEMINATION PROJECT
! Increased awareness about quality standards of various agricultural crops
and the value it fetches.
! Rising investment in market-related infrastructure (e.g., standardization/quality
testing/warehousing)
! Expected futures prices of commodities known in
advance (A farmer can plan his crop and sales by looking at
prices prevailing in the futures market)
! Risk management (farmers can sell in the contract expiring
close to the harvest date, to lock-in the current price.)
! Access to a National Reference Price of agricultural
commodities.
! Futures market – a new addition to the concept of
marketing through electronic trading platform
! A well organized and well functioned futures sensitizes the whole value
chain of the commodity to compete on global level.
! The Price Dissemination Project envisages placement of electronic price
ticker boards in mandis / APMCs which are networked under the
AGMARKNET project for the display of physical and futures prices of
agricultural commodities. The project would be implemented during the
11th Plan, with the objective of covering all the APMCs networked under
the AGMARKNET project, which at present is around 2500.
! The project would be implemented by the FMC and the five National
Exchanges – MCX, NCDEX, NMCE, ICEX and ACE – in coordination with the
project team of AGMARKNET and NIC under the overall guidance of FMC.
! The National Exchanges would upload physical market prices (polled
price) and futures prices of agricultural commodities discovered by the
Commodity Exchanges and AGMARKNET prices into a central server at the
Exchange from where it would be transmitted to the APMCs via the
internet / leased line. These prices would be available on PCs placed in the
APMC’s premises. The futures and spot prices of the three Exchanges and
the spot prices of AGMARKNET would be run on price tickers placed in the
APMC premises connected to the APMC PC in the local language.
States allotted to each Exchange
Exchange States
M CX P unjab
U ttar Pradesh
M adhya Pradesh
J harkhand
H imachal Pradesh
H aryana
N CDEX R ajasthan
C hattisgarh
M aharashtra
O rissa
Jammu and Kashmir
W est Bengal
N MCE G ujarat
K arnataka
Tamil Nadu
K erala
I CEX A ndhra Pradesh
B ihar
A CE G oa
D elhi (NCR)
Uttarakhand
A) States and Union Territories
4 t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
E xchange States
MCX Tripura
Manipur
NCDEX Assam
Meghalaya
NMCE Sikkim
Mizoram
ICEX Arunachal Pradesh
Nagaland
B) North Eastern States
Network Diagram & Data Flow
The operation of the ticker board at the Mandi level would be handled
by the Mandi authority.
5 PRICE DISSEMINATION PROJECT
6 t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
Details of Display Board:
The details of display board are as follows:
• Two line Display Board for displaying Spot & Futures prices of Commodity
Exchanges & Spot prices of AGMARKNET in the following format:
Commodity Name Exchange /AGMARKNET Spot Prices (Scrolling)
Exchange Name Future price of three Exchanges (Scrolling)
• The specifications of the Board are as follows:
Board Size Approx 1.5 feet height x 7 feet width
View Distance About 50 meters
Display Color Red and Amber color
• Information in Regional Language for easy understanding to common
man
• Display the price information of Agricultural commodities relevant to state.
7 PRICE DISSEMINATION PROJECT
Enabling Agencies of Price Dissemination Project
A. Forward Market Commission (FMC)
Forward Markets Commission (FMC), a statutory body set up in 1953 under
the Forward Contracts (Regulation ) Act, 1952 for regulating the Commodity
Futures market, forms part of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and
Public Distribution, Govt. of India. The Commission is committed to the
development of institutional capability of the commodity markets and the
Price Dissemination Scheme is a step in this direction. The FMC is contributing
65% share of the total project cost & remaining 35% equally shared by three
National Commodity Exchanges.
B. National Commodity Exchanges:
There are Five national online commodity exchanges recognized by
Government of India – Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), National
Commodity & Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), National Multi Commodity
Exchange (NMCE), Indian Commodity Excahnge Limited (ICEX) and ACE
Derivatives and Commodity Exchange Limited (ACE). They work as per Byelaws
and Business rules, with the main functions of Exchange traded futures
contract being:
There are around 100 different agricultural and non-agricultural commodities
traded on the futures exchange platform, which is an Electronic, transparent
trading platform.
C. Department of Marketing and Inspection, Ministry of Agriculture,
Government of India.
Department of Marketing and Inspection, Ministry of Agriculture has
launched a central sector scheme of Agricultural Marketing Information
Network (AGMARKNET) to link important Agri Markets of India & State Agri
Marketing Board. More than 1700 Mandis are regularly reporting price related
data. AGMARKNET provides online data of Traded Spot Prices of Mandis
networked with them.
• Trade Guarantee
• Risk Management
• Price Discovery
• Transactional Efficiency
• Liquidity
8 t h A X I F i v e Y e a r P l a n P r oj e c t
D. APMCs
The APMCs / Mandis covered under the AGMARKNET project will enable the
implementation of the project. The price ticker boards will be placed on the
premises of the APMCs. The envisaged role of the APMCs in the project is as
follows:
• To regularly upload market related information on the website.
• To ensure that all price related information made available under the
project is made available to the market participants / target audience.
• To ensure that the price feeds are being regularly received on the
computer terminal and the information thus received is being relayed
on the price ticker board.
• To ensure that the price ticker board is working at least during the
market hours and, in case of any problem, the same is reported to the
designated authority.
• To provide daily online reports to the Exchanges / AGMARKNET on the
status of the price ticker boards.
• To be responsible for the safety of the price ticker
board and any related appliances.
• To be responsible for the upkeep of the board
after the expiry of the one year warranty period
and the two/three year built-in maintenance
agreement with the vendors.
• To be of assistance to the market participants in
understanding the contents of the price ticker
board.
• To serve as an interface between FMC, the National Exchange and the
market participants – farmers and traders.
Price Information Board:
Futures & Spot Reading Instruction
A Government of India Project implemented by FMC, AGMARKNET, NIC & National Commodity Exchanges
(MCX, NCDEX, NMCE, ICEX, & ACED)
First Line: Spot Price Information
SPOT PRICES of Exchanges (MCX, NCDEX, NMCE) & AGMARKNET
Exchange Name
MCX
Type
Spot
Spot Price / Price QuotQty
952.50 / 100 Kg
Agmarknet
AGMARKNET
Mandi Name / Variety
HAPUR / BIG
Modal Price / Price QuotQty
910.50 / 100 Kg
MSP Price
905.25
Commodity Name
MAIZE
Second Line: Future Price Information for the Commodity Displayed on the first line
FUTURE PRICES of Exchanges (MCX, NCDEX, NMCE)
Expiry Date
20, December, 2009
Expiry Date
20, January, 2010
LastTradedPrice / PriceQuotQty
910.00 / 100 Kg
LastTradedPrice / PriceQuotQty
920.00 / 100 Kg
Exchange Name
MCX
Date
01-12-09
Explanation: First line- Spot price details Explanation: Second line- Futures price details
NOTE:
3 types of prices are displayed on the price ticker boards: 1) Spot price polled by the Exchange for the given commodity for
reference purposes called spot price (displayed in the first line of the price ticker board). 2) Average AGMARKNET spot price uploaded by
the Mandi (displayed in the first line of the price ticker board). 3) Futures price of the commodity traded on the Exchange (displayed in
the second line of the price ticker board)
Average Mandi traded spot price/quantity
(SOURCE: AGMARKNET)
Commodity Name : Name of the commodity, the price details of
which are being displayed.
Exchange Name : Name of the National Commodity Exchange, the
polled spot price of which is being displayed
Spot price/price quote : Price per unit polled by the Exchange from the
Spot market (SOURCE: EXCHANGE)
Agmarknet : AGMARKNET is the source of average mandi
spot price displayed
Mandi Name/Variety : Name of Mandi and crop variety for which
AGMARKNET spot price is given
Date : The date on which the given spot price prevailed
Modal Price/
Price Quote Unit :
MSP Price : Minimum support price (SOURCE: AGMARKNET)
Exchange Name : Name of the National Commodity
Exchange (MCX, NCDEX, NMCE), the
futures price of which is being displayed.
Expiry Date : Date on which the Futures Contract of the
Commodity expires.
Last Traded Price/
Price Quote Quantity :
! Source of Future price is Commodity Exchanges. Future prices
fluctuate at time when there is a change in demand & supply.
! We are displaying only commodities relevant to this region. For
more information please contact Mandi officer.
! For Complaint/Suggestions please contact MCX at 022-67318888
ext no. 9207/9206/9394.
The price / quantity at which the last trade
had happened on the Exchange Trading
Terminal.
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