Section 43(5)(d)(ii) of the Income-tax Act, 1961 – Speculative transactions – Notified recognised stock exchange

Notification No. 46/2009, dated 22-5-2009

In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (ii) in the Explanation to clause (d) of the proviso to sub-section (5) of section 43 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961), read with rule 6DDB of the Income-tax Rules, 1962, the Central Government hereby notifies MCX Stock Exchange Ltd. as a recognized stock exchange for the purpose of the said clause with effect from the date of publication of this notification in the Official Gazette.

2. MCX Stock Exchange Ltd. shall separately maintain data regarding all transactions registered in the system in which client codes have been allowed to be changed for periodical inspection by the Director-General of Income-tax (Investigation) having jurisdiction over such exchange and provide copies of the relevant information as and when required.

3. The Central Government may withdraw the recognition granted to MCX Stock Exchange Ltd. if any of the conditions specified in rule 6DDA of the Income-tax Rules, 1962, subject to which the recognition is granted, is violated.

4. This notification shall remain in force until the approval granted by the Securities and Exchange Board of India is withdrawn or expires, or this notification is rescinded by the Central Government as provided in sub-rule (5) of rule 6DDB of the Income-tax Rules, 1962.

[F. No. 142/25/2008- TPL]

Section 43(5)

(5) speculative transaction means a transaction in which a contract for the purchase or sale of any commodity, including stocks and shares, is periodically or ultimately settled otherwise than by the actual delivery or transfer of the commodity or scrips:

Provided that for the purposes of this clause

(a) a contract in respect of raw materials or merchandise entered into by a person in the course of his manufacturing or merchanting business to guard against loss through future price fluctuations in respect of his contracts for actual delivery of goods manufactured by him or merchandise sold by him; or

(b) a contract in respect of stocks and shares entered into by a dealer or investor therein to guard against loss in his holdings of stocks and shares through price fluctuations; or

(c) a contract entered into by a member of a forward market or a stock exchange in the course of any transaction in the nature of jobbing or arbitrage to guard against loss which may arise in the ordinary course of his business as such member; [or]

[(d) an eligible transaction in respect of trading in derivatives referred to in clause [(ac)] of section 2  of the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956 (42 of 1956) carried out in a recognised stock exchange;]

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0 responses to “Sale Purchase in MCX is Not speculative transaction”

  1. TARAK SETA says:

    On sale and purchase of silver in mcx the actual delivery of silver is not posible. should i treat it as business income or spectulation business income plese clerify?

  2. TARAK SETA says:

    On sale and purchase of silver in mcx the actual delivery of silver is not posible. so i treated as business income or spectulation business.

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