Growing exchanges said a balance needs to be struck between hedgers and speculators
Exchange leaders from emerging markets have highlighted the
necessity of a certain level of speculation in the market in
order to have price stability, writes Jonathan Watkins.
Representatives of commodity exchange in South Africa,
Indonesia, India and Pakistan said exchanges must control
speculators to protect farmers trying to hedge their exposure
but these traders do have an important role to play.
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