Commodity exchange trading rises 5.4%

The total contracts traded rose by 23 million in comparison with the first quarter of the year, from 423m to 446m, the report showed. However, trading of energy derivatives declined.

The BIS report attributed the rise to a boost in the demand for agricultural products and industrial metals.

 

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