Mumbai: Today, trading volume on BSE’s international exchange in the Gift City today crossed the USD 100 million stamp surprisingly.

The India International Exchange (India INX) was propelled with index and equity rates in January this year, yet had not possessed the capacity to increase much footing. The passage of commodity subsidiaries in gold, silver and copper on April 13 appears to have changed that.

The aggregate day by day volume today stood USD 100.59 million.

“Trading volume crossed USD 100 million today for the first time in a single trading day,” India INX said in a statement.

India Inx managing director and CEO V Bala said “We are thankful to MoF, Sebi and Gift city authorities for their continued support for this initiative to support and build international competitive exchange at Gift city Gandhinagar, India’s first IFSC”.

An arm of BSE, India INX, is the principal international exchange from India at International Financial Service Center (IFSC), Gujarat International Finance Tech (GIFT).

India INX is one of the world’s most exceptional innovation stages with a pivot time of 4 microseconds. It works for 22 hours a day to enable international financial specialists and NRIs to exchange from anyplace over the globe.