BNP Paribas’s base metals franchise has been shielded from the ill effects of regulatory change and bearish markets, thanks in part to strong client relationships
The past 12 months have seen plummeting gold prices, directionless base metals markets and a heated row over warehousing on the London Metal Exchange. Yet this has had little impact on our annual ranking...
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For metals, the past 12 months were marked by plummeting gold prices, directionless markets in base metals and heated rows over the London Metal Exchange’s warehousing system. Despite this, the top dealers and brokers in this year’s rankings are largely...
Former commodity heavyweight has also closed its successful metals financing business as part of global restructuring
In a torrid year for metals traders, Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking retained first place in base metals, with UBS again leading the way in precious metals. By Tom Newton
The middle of 2012 saw a tremendous spike in demand for gold, silver and bronze – fierce competition for these assets saw records toppling in dramatic style in the space of just a few weeks. But that’s typically what happens at the Olympics. In contrast,...
Foreign commodity firms operating in China are settling via RMB in order to circumvent a potential weakening of the dollar
After some painful experiences in recent years, mining companies remain largely unhedged – despite a jump in metals volatility and the threat of a Chinese downturn. Could they end up regretting it? Michael Watt reports
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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