The metals exchange Tuesday confirmed that it will not increase its fees for 2016
The London Metals Exchange (LME) has seen
an encouraging start to its new market making programmes, and
is currently reviewing its prospective partners for the scheme,
as the exchange confirmed that it will not increase its fees
The exchange is set to announce the
identities of the new market makers before it launches its new contracts - aluminium
premium and two new ferrous contracts – steel scrap
and steel rebar – on November 23, as reported by FOW
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