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DGCX volumes grow 18pc in July

Trading volumes in the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) grew 18 per cent in July from the previous month. It traded 992,061 contracts valued at $29.95 billion during the month. DGCX Gold Futures traded 39,536 contracts in July

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Commodities speculation intolerable says Pope

Pope Francis criticised the wealth made from financial speculation on Monday as "intolerable" and said speculation on commodities was a "scandal" that compromised the poor's access to food. Since his electi

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Future of commodities trading safe in the Cloud

The Cloud is unquestionably the future for energy and commodities trade and risk management (E/CTRM) solutions. But the pace with which it is getting there is impressive, said a report. Even very large trading firms are now embrac

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DCCC signs collateral management pact

Luxembourg-based Clearstream and Dubai Commodities Clearing Corporation (DCCC), the central counterparty (CCP) of the Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange, have agreed to co-operate on collateral management for CCP margining. The

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DMCC signs pact with Hawkamah

The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority (DMCC) said it has signed a deal with Hawkamah, an international association of corporate governance practitioners in the Mena region, to raise awareness of corporate governance among SMEs.

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DME trading volumes up 38pc in June

Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME), a premier international energy futures and commodities exchange in the region, has registered a record trading volume of 6,978 ADV in June, up 38 per cent over the same period last year. The June v

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Commodities slip on US policy, China concerns

Gold and copper prices fell on Monday and oil prices languished as the prospect of slower growth in China and the US central bank's plans to rein in monetary stimulus worried investors. &n

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World markets steady after Fed-driven selloff

World shares, bonds and commodities steadied on Friday, a day after a sharp sell-off triggered by plans by the U.S. Federal Reserve to cut back its asset-buying programme. Easing fears about a banking crisis in China also made for

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Commodities slump sends slow ripples through world

  Lower airfares, cheaper food and rising profit margins are among the benefits that should flow from tumbling oil and commodity prices - but only after a long lead time.   Having poured $400 billio

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Growth fears hit shares and oil, gold stable

World shares and industrial commodities fell on Wednesday as global growth concerns overwhelmed support from the prospect of ongoing central bank stimulus in the US and Japan. The growing belief the Federal Reserve will maintain i

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