The CME launches its Aluminium Japan Premium future contract on Friday
The CME Group has passed a milestone in
the adoption of its aluminium premium products by trading 600
contracts on its new Japanese contract, just days after its
rival LME said its contracts had not traded.
The Merc said on Monday its Aluminium
Japan Premium future traded 622 contracts on its first day of
trading (Friday January 8), a solid start for the product.
"We are pleased to see some early support
for our Aluminium Japan Premium futures contract," said
Young-Jin Chang, senior director of metals products, CME
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