Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) announced last
week that it was to diversify its range of products with the
launch of three currency futures and that it also planned to
introduce silver futures on the back of early success in its
The introduction of FX futures would represent a departure
from the exchange's original declaration that it was looking at
"a range of futures and options products in steel, fuel oil,
freight rates, cotton and other commodities" (see FO
Week Vol 10 No 33).
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