Hong Kong exchange reported futures and options turnover up 54% in first half
The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange
(DGCX) has said it will add new energy contracts by the end of
the year to breathe new life into its energy offering, as it
reports a strong first-half, driven by its focus on emerging
The exchange said Tuesday that first-half
volumes rose 11%, now reaching more than six million contracts
and ending the first half with trading volumes of more than
6.4m contracts, valued at more than $185 billion.
DGCX also said it will in the second-half
of 2015 launch new contracts in the currency, hydrocarbon,
precious metals, equity and agricultural segments. "In
particular, DGCX plans to revitalise its energy product basket
by adding two to three products later this year," said the
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