Exchange will on Friday add new Indian crude contract as part of its energy push
The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange
(DGCX) plans to treble the number of single stock futures
contracts it offers by the end of 2016 to 45 less than a year
after launching the new equity futures.
"We are working on the next phase of our
expansion plan for the global single stock futures suite. By
the end of the year we will add new contracts, increasing our
offering to 40/45 contracts, since we launched the first batch
in January 2016," chief executive officer Gaurang Desai told
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