Top of the agenda for the Dubai Mercantile Exchange and its chief executive, Christopher Fix, is assuring the integrity of its crude oil benchmark. He talks to OpRisk about the operational challenges stemming...
Steady growth and big ambition are on show at the Dubai Mercantile Exchange
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The growing market clout of refiners in Asia is giving the region a healthy boost in trading activity for derivatives linked to oil and other refined products. With local refining capacity set to grow, the trend looks likely to continue – a development...
Oil major Shell and price reporting agency Platts offer rival plans to fix market distortions in Brent crude oil
Brent is challenging West Texas Intermediate for the title of the world’s preferred oil benchmark. But as market participants flock to the North Sea crude contract, some critics question whether it is truly a reliable gauge of global prices. Alexander...
Chicago-based CME Group’s Nymex Exchange has scooped the Exchange of the Year in our 2012 Asia awards for demonstrating determination and increased focus on the Asian region this year. Of particular note is the launch of a raft of new Asia-specific...
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