Asia Risk awards 2010: Energy/Commodities derivatives House of the year

Asia Risk awards 2010: Energy/Commodities derivatives House of the year

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Commodities may be the oldest traded goods in the world, but commodity derivatives in Asia still have a long way to go. While certain products, such as oil and gold are liquid and typically well-known, the reverse is true for commodities such as paraxylene, palm oil and rubber, for which trading can be infrequent and derivatives solutions few and far between. Added to this the considerable level of volatility affecting prices in the markets, combined by considerable losses faced by some

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