Dubai-based exchange group saw gold trading rise 14% in December
The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange
(DGCX) plans to expand its currency and equity franchises, and
move for the first time into softs after its next product
launch, a spot gold contract.
DGCX said it is keen to redouble its
effort to boost emerging markets currency trading, having
launched last month Russian Ruble futures, Korean Won futures
and South African Rand futures.
"We are ensuring we are regionally
relevant, and this can be seen with the products we offer
trading in, for example with the launch of physically
deliverable polypropylene last year - more than 50% of this
product is exported to China.
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