Commodity volumes on SGX outperformed its interest rate and equity index derivatives during March
Commodity volumes on the Singapore Exchange (SGX)
outperformed its interest rate and equity index derivatives
during March by achieving positive monthly and year on year
results, writes Joe Parsons.
Volumes in the exchange’s commodity sector were
largely driven by iron ore futures, which doubled to 91,086
contracts in comparison to February, and rubber futures saw
monthly growth of 32.6% as well as year on year growth of 61%
to 39,694 contracts traded.
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