Construction work has begun on the Dubai Mercantile Exchange's (DME) two-storey high trading floor from where traders can conduct business on the exchange's electronic trading platform. The 500 square-metre trading floor will be fitted with trading hubs and will have a twenty five square metre video wall showing market data and other real-time information.
Ahead of its fourth quarter launch, the DME has also unveiled details of its Oman Crude Oil Futures Contract.
The contract is physically-de
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