Officials at Joint Asian Derivatives Exchange (JADE) have
confirmed that it may launch energy or metals products in
future, despite the fact that its first two futures contracts
announced have both been agricultural.
"We are not restricting ourselves to ags but are also
looking at metals and energy products -- products that are
significant to the Asian market in terms of either demand or
production," said David Lehman, MD and chief economist at
Chicago Board of Trade, one of JADE's joint venture
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