Jade and SGX set to get into rubber


The Joint Asian Derivatives Exchange (Jade), a joint venture between the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Chicago Board of Trade (Cbot), is ready to roll-out its first commodity derivative contract: natural rubber futures.

The electronic contract is due for a third-quarter launch, pending approval from authorities, and its underlying will be a natural rubber grade, Technically Specified Rubber 20.

Earlier in May, SGX signed an agreement with Forward Market Curve (FMC), a commodity price data vendor

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