LME launched last week its first clearing house after a three year project
The London Metal Exchange (LME) has said it will hike
trading fees by a third next year to fund new projects amid
rising competition in the metals trading market.
The revised fee schedule, set to be implemented at the start
of 2015, is the latest move from the 137-year old bourse as it
hopes to stay relevant in a dynamic regulatory environment.
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