Arab Global launches commodities service
Dubai, January 9, 2012
Dubai-based Arab Global Commodities DMCC has launched a research service aimed at providing investors and traders insights into market moves, commodities trading strategies and operational practices.
A leading commodities and currency trading firm, Arab Global is a member of the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) since January 2006.
Based in the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), the firm provides an advanced commodity and currency trading platform and comprehensive trading services to institutional and retail traders. It is regulated by Securities and Commodities Authority.
This unique service will help institutions, investors and traders obtain vital industry intelligence necessary for them to monitor the market and take advantage of trading opportunities, said a senior official.
'Our new research service will not only expand our client offering but also support one of our aims of facilitating the development and expansion of the local and regional precious metals market,' remarked Ankur Gogia of Arab Global.
'This service is a product of our efforts to widen our service proposition within the commodities domain and add further value to our clients,' he added.
'As traditional asset classes like equity and real estate cease to provide returns, investor interest in commodities as an alternative investment class is growing,' said Gogia.
'Both institutional and retail investors are increasingly using commodity assets as a portfolio diversification tool. The launch of our research service responds to demand from our clients who are keen to deepen their understanding of the commodities market,” he added.
Arab Global’s new research service will offer a unique combination of market information, trading strategies, hedging solutions, and best practice guidance.
Arab Global provides commodities and currency trading to a client base that includes institutional investors and HNI. Arab Global is also a market maker on DGCX, there by providing liquidity and contributes as average volume of $250 million per day.-TradeArabia News Service