Fantastic plastic's path to liquidity

plastic contracts

On 27 May 2005 the London Metal Exchange (LME) launched two futures contracts for plastics; polypropylene and linear low-density polyethylene, alongside its existing contracts for aluminium, copper, nickel, zinc, tin and lead, and its metals index contract, LMEX.

Surprisingly, there are marked similarities between the plastics and metals industries. Both are industrial raw materials, both have comparable industrial processes from mining through to recycling and both are worth approximately $1

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