Chinese exchanges saw June volumes rise in contrast to international rivals
Two Chinese derivatives exchanges have avoided the global
slump in derivatives trading last month as improved output in
manufacturing boosted commodities trading.
The Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) increased nearly 6% to
66.5m contracts traded, while on the Zhengzhou Commodity
Exchange (ZCE) trading was up 57% to 66m contracts, according
to FOW data.
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