Dubai-based exchange plans to add to energy suite with new contracts soon
The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange
(DGCX) has reaffirmed its commitment to add to its energy suite
and broaden its wider contract offering Monday, as it recorded
strong results for July, driven in part by its recently
launched Quanto products and focus on emerging markets
The exchange said Monday that year-to-date
volumes rose 11% on July last year, trading more than 7.5
Average daily volume for the month was up
15% on July 2014, reaching 49,673 contracts per day, said the
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