The Dubai exchange is already talking to clients about which contracts to include
The Dubai Mercantile Exchange, the
dominant Middle East energy market, plans to launch early next
year a commodity auction service after signing on Monday a deal
with Elysian Systems to supply the technology for the new
Owain Johnson, managing director at DME,
said the plan was to launch the auction service "in the new
year" and the exchange is currently working with clients to
establish which products will be the first to trade on the new
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