MTNs issued by China General Nuclear Power Group are a first step for China's carbon trading market but significant structural barriers remain in place
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Applying well-specified quantitative models in energy forecasting and hedging continues to be challenging. Even well-established approaches require careful adaptations. In this issue of The Journal of Energy Markets we see the practical importance of...
In recent years, China's increasing dependence on oil imports has raised major concerns about energy security and risk management. This paper examines China's extreme dependence on the global market using time-varying copulas. Using the sample of Daqing...
Adherence to CPSS-Iosco principles and price transparency key considerations in China fixed-income index construction
Commodities have been the mainstay of China's derivative markets so far but the launch of equity options on two of the country's main exchanges could see this dominance challenged
Recognition of the validity of 'set-off' rules seen as positive but further clarification needed from Chinese authorities
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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