Freight derivatives have traditionally traded in the more opaque over-the-counter market
Cleartrade Exchange, the Singapore based
futures exchange, has moved to bring greater transparency to
the freight derivatives market by offering a daily settlement
price feed for its partner clearing houses.
The exchange said the industry will for
the first time have a standardised and transparent system for
pricing products that until recently were handled in the
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