The Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME) today announced that it has delayed its launch by one month until June 1, 2007, subject to regulatory approvals of its clearing arrangement.
Canada may rank as the world's third largest hydrocarbon producer, yet its energy derivatives market has been, up to now, somewhat constrained. David Watkins reports
Fondos de inversión libre (hedge funds)
CFTC chairman Reuben Jeffery talks to Alexander Campbell
A week after IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) announced its audacious $10 billion attempt to prise the Chicago Board of Trade from their grip, Chicago Mercantile Exchange executives gathered in Chicago to pour scorn on the proposal.
The IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) has made a proposal to the Chicago Board of Trade to combine the two companies in a stock-for-stock transaction that would create the world’s most comprehensive derivatives exchange, ICE announced today.
Special report: Focus on Germany
The Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME), the Middle East’s first energy futures exchange, has announced that it will officially launch on 1 May.
Energy and Commodity Rankings 2007: Metals
UBS has won top spot in this year's metals poll, pushing last year's winner, Barclays Capital, into second place. Goldman Sachs finishes in third position and HSBC in fourth, in a year characterised by volatile metal prices. By Mark Pengelly, with research...
Soft commodities such as coffee and sugar are the latest battleground for rival exchanges ICE and Nymex. David Watkins charts the showdown
US President George Bush has set out bold plans for renewable energy in his annual State of the Union address, but experts question whether they are realistic.
US President George Bush has set out bold plans for renewable energy in his annual State of the Union address.
President George Bush has set out bold plans for renewable energy in his annual State of the Union address.