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MCX's quarterly profit decreases by 85% to Rs. 5.45 billion

For the quarter that ended in March, Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX) recorded a consolidated profit after tax that fell by 85% to Rs 5.45 crore.
In the previous fiscal year, the profit after taxes was Rs 36.53 crore, according to a regulatory filing.
In the most recent March quarter, its revenue from operations increased to Rs 133.75 crore from Rs 106.46 crore in the same time previous year.
According to the report, the bourse's Options ADT (Average Daily Turnover) increased by 203% to Rs 45,710 crore in the reviewed quarter from the same quarter in FY22.
However, compared to the same quarter the previous year, Futures ADT decreased by 22% to Rs 20,632 crore.

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