Decision was taken ahead of changes to the London gold pricing mechanism
The Hong Kong Futures
Exchange (HKFE) has suspended trading of its gold futures
following the market close on Friday. The exchange said it took
the decision due to upcoming changes in the London gold pricing
mechanism on March 20.
Parent company Hong
Kong Exchanges and Clearing said it would, "review its precious
metals strategy from a group perspective and redesigned gold
futures contracts may be added to the HKEx Group’s
product list in the future."
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