Global brokerage Fimat has become a member of the Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX).
The DGCX is the first international commodities derivatives market in the Middle East region and, therefore, the first in the critical time zone between the markets of Europe and the Far East.
Fimat, which is already a member of 44 derivatives exchanges and 19 stock exchanges worldwide, will now be able to provide clients with access to the fast growing Middle Eastern commodities markets, with a focus
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