The British market wants to double its number of Asian commodities contracts
The London Metal Exchange and its parent
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing plan to extend their suite of
Asian commodities by adding Nickel, Tin and Lead contracts in
Hong Kong, marking the latest step by the firms to tap trading
in and out of China.
Garry Jones, the chief executive of LME,
said at the opening of LME Week on Monday: "We plan to launch
Nickel, Tin and Lead contracts in Hong Kong which will give
more diversity to our product mix."
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