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Commodity derivatives traders embrace automation

Posted on 14 June 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Efinancialnews.com: Investment banks may have taken a knock over the past years but the expansion of the Chinese economy and other growing economies has continued to drive investment in commodities and the swaps that firms use to hedge them.
This growth has also led to more and more firms using computers to trade commodities with algorithms………………………………………….Full Article: Source

Pakistan: Online commodity trading network to be extended

Posted on 14 June 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Pakobserver.net: Punjab government, State Bank of Pakistan and National Commodity Exchange Limited have agreed to extend online trading network of agriculture commodities in Punjab to provide better marketing facilities to the farmers for sale of their produce such as cotton, lentils, grams, oil seeds, rice, sugar, wheat, etc. First electronic commodity trading platform - National Commodity Exchange Limited (NCEL) is operating for past several years and gold and Irri rice are also being traded on the board.
The NCEL is the first commodity exchange of the country set up for the trading of commodities. The NCEL has got 100 percent secure and state-of-the-art data center with biometrics accesses control and fire protection system………………………………………….Full Article: Source

New trading platform promises to shake up voluntary carbon market

Posted on 09 June 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Greenwisebusiness.co.uk: A new trading platform has launched that is promising to shake up the voluntary carbon market by allowing companies of all sizes to carbon offset in a fast, transparent and efficient online exchange.
Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX) describes itself as the world’s first global spot electronic exchange for voluntary carbon credits. Its founder is Wayne Sharpe, who set up Bartercard, the world’s largest non cash credit unit exchange…………………………………………Full Article: Source

CFTC to scrutinize high-frequency trading-O’Malia

Posted on 04 June 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Reuters: The U.S. futures market regulator will look hard at whether to impose new rules to limit high-frequency and algorithmic trading strategies that threaten to distort prices, a top official told Reuters on Thursday.
In his first major interview since taking over a revived Commodity Futures Trading Commission group that will study rapidly evolving technology in futures markets, Scott O’Malia said his group would ask “tough questions.” In particular, he vowed scrutiny of the practice of “baiting” the market by using small-volume trades to drive prices in one direction………………………………………..Full Article: Source

Algorithm selling across commodity futures market

Posted on 31 May 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Commodityonline.com: Fitch’s downgrade of Spain pushed the equity markets over the cliff after yesterday’s big relief rally on the news that the Chinese were going to stay with the Euro (what did people think they were going to say? “Oh yes – we are going to dump all of our Euro denominated debt tomorrow morning.”)

I am not particular sure why equities faded on this news as did the Euro since everyone and their mother expected it already, so to me it is not “news”. Still, it perhaps served to bring suspicions concerning the remainder of the PIIGS’s financial footing to the forefront of short-sighted traders’ minds once again…………………………………….Full Article: Source

Back to basics: The why, what, when and how of commodity trading

Posted on 27 May 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Bankbazaar.com: Commodities can be traded on either spot markets, or in the form of futures. Spot markets are those in which the commodity is traded immediately in exchange for cash or some other good.
Futures are standardized contracts among buyers and sellers of commodities that specify the amount of a commodity, grade / quality and delivery location. Commodity trading with futures contracts takes place at a futures exchange and, like the stock market, is entirely anonymous………………………………………..Full Article: Source

CFTC’s Gensler calls algorithms ‘rote, even dumb’

Posted on 21 May 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Dow Jones: Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler said Thursday that it is important to have market circuit-breakers in place because preprogrammed algorithms can be “dumb” and may need to be readjusted if the markets are volatile.

Gensler told lawmakers at a Senate hearing Thursday that the CFTC is considering whether new rules may be in order for algorithmic trading as it continues to examine the role it may have played in the May 6 market plunge……………………………………..Full Article: Source

CFTC panel to look at high-frequency trading in July

Posted on 20 May 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Reuters: The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission will reestablish a technology advisory committee that will hold hearings to help the agency catch up with the fast-moving financial industry.

The hearings would look into issues such as co-location, swap execution facilities and high frequency trading……………………………………..Full Article: Source

FTIL’s 3 global exchanges to go live this year

Posted on 04 May 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Business-standard.com: Three international exchanges of the Jignesh Shah-promoted Financial Technologies India (FTIL) are scheduled to go live this year.
Its commodity exchange, the Singapore Mercantile Exchange (SMX), will go live in August, while the Global Board of Trade (GBOT), based in Mauritius, will start in September. The multi-asset Bahrain Financial Exchange (BFX) would start in October, the group said today. FTIL holds 100 per cent equity in all three exchanges……………………………………..Full Article: Source

JPMorgan lowers commodities risk, may set trend

Posted on 16 April 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Wallstreetandtech.com: JPMorgan Chase & Co cut back on commodity trading risks for a second straight quarter despite rebounding prices of raw materials, and other Wall Street banks could follow such caution, analysts said.

JPMorgan’s financial results Wednesday showed the No. 2 U.S. bank had a Value at Risk of $15 million for commodities in the first quarter, compared with $17 million in the fourth quarter of 2009 and $23 million in the third quarter………………………………….Full Article: Source

Derivative trades don’t all belong on exchanges: Judd Gregg

Posted on 13 April 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Businessweek.com: Two years after the onset of one of the worst financial crises since the Great Depression, Congress continues to grapple with the overhaul of the U.S. financial regulatory structure.

We can all agree that system-wide reform is necessary to protect American taxpayers and to ensure a safer, stronger and more efficient marketplace………………………………..Full Article: Source

NASDAQ OMX begins options trading on its internet index

Posted on 07 April 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. announced the launch of options trading on the NASDAQ Internet IndexSM which is designed to track the performance of the largest and most liquid U.S.-listed companies engaged in internet-related businesses that are listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or NYSE Amex.
Options trading on the NASDAQ Internet Index began on March 24, 2010 on NASDAQ OMX PHLX. Susquehanna Securities is the specialist for this new product………………………………………..Full Press Release: Source

Commodities traders increasingly adopt Algorithms

Posted on 30 March 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Wallstreetandtech.com: Algorithmic trading is continuing its march through the asset classes. Proprietary trading shops with experience in other asset classes are bringing algorithmic trading to commodities markets, according to several experts.

Nigel Kneafsey, CEO of Options IT, a provider of high-performance trading technology infrastructure as a service, says automated trading strategies are expanding into commodities, such as energy and agriculture………………………………..Full Article: Source

Singapore gold trading may see bumpy ride ahead

Posted on 29 March 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Reuters: A new gold contract to be launched by the Singapore Commodity Exchange (SICOM) on Tuesday is likely to face stiff competition from established Asian trading platforms that often struggle to boost volumes.

But plans for stricter futures trading rules in the U.S. could also tempt investors to try and profit from arbitrage trading in Asia, even though similar bullion exchanges in Tokyo and Hong Kong suffer from a lack of interest……………………………….Full Article: Source

NSEL offers gold trading in demat form

Posted on 19 March 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Commodityonline.com: India-based electronic spot commodity trading bourse, National Spot Exchange Limited (NSEL) is mulling to tap retail segment of gold investors by launching demat gold investment product on its platform on Wednesday, March 17, 2010.

The segment, which on lines of cash segment in equities, offers commodities in the demat form in smaller denominations like one gm, two gms, three gms etc………………………………..Full Article: Source

TGE agrees to implement TOCOM’s trading platform

Posted on 17 March 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

The Board of Directors of the Tokyo Grain Exchange Inc. (TGE ) decided at the meeting today that is was possible to make an agreement on the conditions to implement the Tokyo Commodity Exchange’s (TOCOM) trading platform and to work towards its realization.
TGE will implement TOCOM’s trading platform which includes trading and clearing using NASDAQ OMX software and market surveillance (SMARTS)…………………………………Full Press Release: Source

RBC sees continued growth in electronic trading

Posted on 09 March 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Financial-planning.com: Electronic trading in the equity markets has grown dramatically in recent years and is expected to continue growing, according to a new survey of institutional equity traders and technologists.
Approximately 72% of respondents surveyed by RBC Capital Markets said they expect to increase the amount of trading they do electronically in 2010……………………………………..Full Article: Source

ETF Securities to expand Europe’s first and world’s largest exchange traded currency platform

Posted on 25 February 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Mondovisione.com: ETF Securities (ETFS), the global pioneer in Exchange Traded Commodities (Commodity ETCs) and 3rd generation Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) is planning to expand the world’s largest and Europe’s first Exchange Traded Currency (Currency ETCs) platform with the launch of 10 new Euro-based Currency ETCs on the Deutsche Börse (Xetra) in the coming weeks.

The upcoming listing of 10 new Euro-based Currency ETCs on the Deutsche Borse adds to ETF Securities’ commitment to the German market…………………………………..Full Article: Source

A guide to commodity options trading strategies

Posted on 25 February 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Beforeitsnews.com: A coherent commodity options trading strategy makes all the difference between the dabblers and the folks who bank consistent, repeatable profits no matter which way the markets headed.
Thats because a well-defined strategy doesnt just help smart traders identify which trades to take, it also provides guidance when things dont go as planned…………………………………..Full Article: Source

Japan to allow 24-hour commodities trading

Posted on 16 February 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Marketwatch.com: Japan plans to introduce around-the-clock commodities trading due to a drop-off in volume. Total trading volumes at Japan’s four domestic commodity exchanges sank by two-thirds in the 2003-2008 period, while overall global commodity trading volumes rose more than threefold, helped by new index-linked commodities instruments.

In response, the nation’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has drafted a “revitalization plan” that would, among other things, allow the Tokyo Commodity Exchange to stay open 24 hours during the trading week…………………………………Full Article: Source

EuroCCP to begin clearing Exchange-Traded Currencies

Posted on 04 February 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Automatedtrader.net: EuroCCP has announced that on Friday, the 5th of February, it will launch clearing services for European-listed Exchange-Traded Currencies (Currency ETCs).

Turquoise will be the first multilateral trading facility (MTF) to offer trading in Currency ETCs cleared through EuroCCP…………………………………..Full Article: Source

Nano Exchange INSCXTM establishes global accreditation and validation framework

Posted on 04 February 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

INSCXTM - Integrated Nano-Science Commodity Exchange, a patent-pending project to develop a global commodity exchange platform for trade in nano objects, materials and commodities, has formalised an agreement with AssuredNanoTM to co-ordinate the global accreditation of supply onto the market platform which is scheduled to launch in the UK early 2011.
AssuredNanoTM is the premier Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) accreditation scheme for organisations producing nanomaterials, nano-enabled products and users of nanotechnology in general. It promotes the responsible and proactive application of nanomaterial SHE good current practice within the nanomaterials and nanotechnology community………………………………….Full Press Release: Source

ETF Exchange announces third generation ETF platform

Posted on 04 February 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

ETF Securities Ltd announced the launch of the ETF Exchange (Europe) (ETFX), the world’s first third generation ETF platform.
ETF Securities is initially working with BofA Merrill Lynch, Citi, and Rabobank International who are participants on the platform, acting as distribution partners, authorised participants and swap providers, with scope to add additional participants in the future…………………………………..Full Press Release: Source

Barclays Capital joins ETF Exchange

Posted on 02 February 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

ETF Securities Ltd (ETFS), the global pioneers in Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs) and independent provider of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), announced that Barclays Capital has joined ETF Exchange (Europe) (ETFX), the world’s first third generation ETF platform, as an authorised participant and swap provider.
ETF Securities is initially working with BofA Merrill Lynch, Citi, Rabobank International, and Barclays Capital who are participants on the platform, with scope to add additional participants in the future…………………………………..Full Press Release: Source

Is Man Group algorithm out of step?

Posted on 28 January 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Guardian: Is Man Group’s black box on the blink? AHL is the computer-run fund that underpinned the group’s transformation from commodity broker to hedge fund in the 1990s. It aims to identify and follow momentum in markets such as commodities, shares and bonds using various algorithms.
On the whole, it has been a good advert for removing emotion from investment – an annualised return of 11.2% since 1998 is excellent………………………………..Full Article: Source

BFX, Bursa Malaysia agree on trading platform

Posted on 25 January 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Business24-7.ae: The Bahrain Financial Exchange (BFX) and Bursa Malaysia said yesterday they signed an agreement to study a common platform on which Islamic finance products such as commodity Murabahas could be traded.

Malaysia’s stock exchange launched a platform last year on which Murabaha, an Islamic money market instrument, can be traded using palm oil as the underlying commodity……………….Full Article: Source

National Commodities Exchange selects Mixit FIX platform

Posted on 13 January 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Finextra.com: The National Commodities Exchange Limited (NCEL), in conjunction with Mixit, announced today that NCEL has selected the Mixit FIX platform including, Mixit FIX Interface and Mixit iFIX System (automated testing and FIX certification).
FIX is the industry-driven messaging standard that is changing the face of the global financial services sector, as firms use the protocol to transact in an electronic, transparent, cost efficient and timely manner…………………………………Full Article: Source

Romania’s Sibex live with Trayport exchange trading system

Posted on 07 January 2010 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Finextra.com: Trayport Exchange Systems today announced that Sibiu Monetary Financial and Commodities Exchange (SIBEX) in Romania has gone live with Trayport’s Exchange Trading System for the trading of single stock, interest rate, currency and gold futures and options.
Trayport’s Exchange Trading System gives SIBEX a market leading exchange matching engine that fully supports the further development of its futures and options market in Romania……………………………………..Full Article: Source

Virtual currency exchange to launch in 2010

Posted on 16 December 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Cnet.com: Beginning in the first quarter of 2010, social sites IMVU and MyYearbook will launch a virtual currency exchange allowing users from either service to exchange currency between the sites.
Currency Connect is billed as a “cross property virtual currency exchange” system similar to how you would change U.S. dollars into euros if you were traveling in Europe. Users simply swap their currencies depending on what site they are on………………………………..Full Article: Source

ECC launches clearing and settlement for new gas exchange on CEGH

Posted on 15 December 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Mondovisione.com: European Commodity Clearing AG (ECC) successfully launched clearing and settlement of transactions in natural gas concluded on the CEGH Gas Exchange of the Vienna Stock Exchange.

Trading on the CEGH Gas Exchange is carried out via the systems of the Vienna Stock Exchange and physical settlement is provided on the basis of exchange trading via the CEGH distribution points……………………………….Full Article: Source

India: Centre govt nod for 4 e-trading platforms

Posted on 10 December 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Financialexpress.com: The Centre on Wednesday said it has approved setting up of four electronic trading platforms or Terminal Market Complexes to eliminate the role of middlemen in farm trading.

The Terminal Market Complexes—one each in Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Orissa—will replace the mandis (wholesale market yard) and will provide farmers direct access to markets……………………………..Full Article: Source

Getting to the bottom of the credit risk issue

Posted on 16 November 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Commodities-now.com: The area of credit risk started getting increasing scrutiny on the part of commodity trading firms at the height of the Enron and energy merchant saga.
Before that time it is a truism to say that the industry’s focus and that of energy trading & risk management software was exclusively on market or essentially price risk management……………………..Full Article: Source

ETF Securities to launch exchange-traded currency platform

Posted on 05 November 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Finextra.com: ETF Securities (ETFS), the global pioneer in Exchange Traded Commodities (Commodity ETCs) and 3rd generation Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) is planning to launch the world’s largest and Europe’s first Exchange Traded Currency (Currency ETCs) platform with trading expected to begin next week.
Currencies are the most liquid asset class with over $3.2 trillion of trading each day yet it is one of the last asset classes to be packaged in the form of an exchange traded product………………………Full Article: Source

London Dry Bulk launches e-trading platform for iron ore swaps

Posted on 03 November 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Risk.net: The increase in iron ore swaps trading since the launch of clearing by Singapore Exchange (SGX) in April and by LCH.Clearnet in June has prompted interdealer broker London Dry Bulk to launch an electronic trading platform for iron ore swaps.
Launched on October 30, the electronic trading platform also quotes HRC steel futures prices traded on Nymex, allowing participants to trade the margin between input costs and the price of the finished product……………………….Full Article: Source

DA, PSE eye commodity futures market in Philippines

Posted on 02 November 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Mb.com.ph: The Department of Agriculture and the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) have teamed up to start the process of reviving the country’s commodities futures market after the first one turned out to be a sham and collapsed over 20 years ago.

Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap and PSE president Francis Lim signed a memorandum of agreement last Friday to so they can work together to prepare everything necessary for the electronic trading of spot commodities and, eventually, commodity futures……………………….Full Article: Source

Philippines: NFA to roll out electronic trading system for corn this month

Posted on 02 November 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Bworldonline.com: The National Food Authority (NFA) plans to roll out an elec-tronic trading system for corn late this month, the Agriculture chief told reporters on Friday last week.

The scheme, designed to enable the sale and purchase of the commodity online, should start operating on Nov. 25, said Agriculture Secretary Arthur C. Yap……………………….Full Article: Source

Commodity trends:Set for trading beyond midnight?

Posted on 02 November 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Commodityonline.com: Will the India futures market in commodities become a round-the-clock operation? ICEX, the newly approved comex has claimed in its brochure that it will enable “trading beyond midnight” which has been objected to by markets regulator, Forward Markets Commission.
Meanwhile, the largest bourse, MCX has asked FMC to consider extending trading beyond midnight in some global commodities such as bullion and energy. At present, comexes open at 10 am and close by 11.30 pm……………………….Full Article: Source

Singapore Mercantile Exchange successfully completes go-live testing

Posted on 30 October 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Mondovisione.com: Taking the next big step towards its launch, the Singapore Mercantile Exchange has successfully completed the testing of its electronic trading platform, risk management and clearing & settlement systems.
The Exchange received overwhelming support from the industry which included participation from clearing members, broking houses, high frequency traders, and independent software vendors. The Go-Live testing was conducted over four days from October 20 to October 23, 2009……………………….Full Article: Source

Trading systems for commodity trading

Posted on 30 October 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Marketoracle.co.uk: There are countless criteria used by commodity, stock and forex traders. A discretionary commodity trader might seek out markets that in his or her mind that look like they are starting to move ( trend).
A SP trader might short the SP 500 when the moon is full or some astrological incident ( Yes I have heard things like this). A systematic trader might look for a break out …or a a moving average crossover depending on their time frame……………………….Full Article: Source

ETF Exchange assets hit $275mln

Posted on 20 October 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Ifaonline.co.uk: ETF Exchange, the third generation ETF platform of ETF Securities (ETFS), has seen assets under management reach over $275m, marking an 84% rise in the last two months.

The ETF provider says resource-equity related ETFs are among the best performing, with its Russell Global Coal Mining fund up 109% year to date……………………Full Article: Source

U.S. regulators approve ELX’s futures rule change

Posted on 15 October 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Reuters: ELX Futures LP, the upstart exchange hoping to challenge industry leader CME Group Inc (CME.O), said on Wednesday U.S. regulators approved its application to allow traders to move positions between two different clearinghouses.

The privately held exchange operator said the rule change, by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, gives traders flexibility and enhances competition in the market for Treasury debt.Since it began in July, ELX has grabbed less than 5 percent of the U.S. market, long dominated by CME Group……………………Full Article: Source

Talks with MCX-SX for trading platform dropped

Posted on 06 October 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Indiatimes.com: The new team of the Ludhiana Stock Exchange (LSE) has decided to dump all talks with MCX-SX (Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited) for starting the trading platform in the region.
Earlier, the LSE had even signed an initial memorandum with MCX for setting up a trading platform……………..Full Article: Source

London Exchange in talks to nuy alternative platform

Posted on 02 October 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Nytimes.com: The London Stock Exchange said Thursday that it was in exclusive talks to link with the pan-European alternative trading system Turquoise in an attempt to regain market share and expand abroad.

Turquoise, which was set up by Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and seven other investment banks, put itself up for sale in August after it said that it had achieved its goal of increasing competition and efficiency of the European trading environment……………….Full Article: Source

Forex fundamentals are multidimensional

Posted on 01 October 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Futuresmag.com: Currency movements reflect multiple dimensions of the world economy. Technical forex traders make decisions based on charts.
The justification of these “chartists” is that the price reflects all known information, so it’s the best indicator for shaping trading strategies………………..Full Article: Source

CQG adds price capturing and risk tools to futures trading platform

Posted on 30 September 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Securitiesindustry.com: CQG said Tuesday it has added real-time price capture, error detection and risk management features to its trading platform, by working with algorithm supplier Progress Software.

This is the second result of a partnership first disclosed in November. That gave the CQG futures trading platform the ability to automate trading activity and employ custom algorithms provided by Progress Apama. CQG gives futures traders routing, graphics and technical analysis tools…………………Full Article: Source

Access the Singapore Mercantile Exchange (SMX) through Patsystems

Posted on 23 September 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Mondovisione.com: Patsystems is pleased to announce that it will provide connectivity to the Singapore Mercantile Exchange (SMX) when the exchange launches later this year.

SMX is Asia’s first multi-product global commodity derivatives exchange. Offering a state of the art electronic platform for trading futures and options contracts, SMX aims to synchronize derivatives and physical trading in commodities within the Asian time zone, while offering new derivatives products necessary for effective risk management in the Asian region…………………Full Article: Source

Back to basics: Learning commodity trading

Posted on 21 September 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Tradecommodityfutures.info: Commodity trading is never easy. Its not meant to be. However, commodity trading can be fun and profitable if done well. It does not matter whether you are trading gold, soybeans or bonds; a successful speculator has to keep an eye on what is happening in many markets around the world.

Commodity trading is certainly not for everyone. So what is the right vehicle for commodity trading? It depends on what commodity you want to invest in. Commodity trading not on the bull side or the bear side but on the right side, we must learn to trade commodity almost like mercenary………………….Full Article: Source

Online bank account system for commodities trading launched

Posted on 16 September 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Khaleejtimes.com: JRG International, a Dubai-based commodity brokerage, on Tuesday launched a new online bank account system for commodity traders that will enable customers to see each step in a sale or purchase and monitor all movements of funds to and from their banks.

The “Client Segregated Bank Account System” is being made available to global investors by JRG International with its settlement bank, Emirates NBD………………Full Article: Source

NASDAQ OMX announces INET next generation trading technology

Posted on 10 September 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.has announced the rollout of new enhancements and upgrades to its core trading technology known as INET. Recognized as the most sophisticated trading technology in the world, INET is the common technology utilized across NASDAQ OMX’s U.S. and European markets.
It also serves as the backbone for GENIUM, NASDAQ OMX’s commercial exchange technology offering…………….Full Press Release: Source

DGCX and Structured Solutions AG announce partnership to launch commodity indices

Posted on 10 September 2009 by VRS  |  Email |Print

From Albawaba.com: DGCX will cooperate with German firm Structured Solutions to create new indices for the global investment banking and fund industry
DGCX is the first exchange in the region to use its futures prices for the creation of indices……………Full Article: Source

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