Deutsche Bank has listed 10 new exchange-traded commodities on the London Stock Exchange to complement the 19 it issued earlier this year in Frankfurt
Instead of making things easier and reducing risk, standardisation of energy and commodities' contracts could increase risk
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association is carrying out its biggest overhaul for years of commodity definitions, which will include new products to reflect market developments
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