The Merc said it will expand its base metals suite with zinc futures in June
Global regulators should increase their
focus on the behaviour of individual traders to capitalise on
the good progress made in the past year to reform price setting
mechanisms, according to CME’s precious metals
"The ability to create regulation that
holds market risk, while enabling and supporting growing
markets is key," said Harriet Hunnable, global head of precious
metals products at the global derivatives exchange.
"There is continuing need for conduct risk
to be addressed. The fixings were a step forward but more needs
to be done to ensure there is a robust environment for doing
business," she added.
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