HKMEx: China’s currency liberalisation to drive liquidity in energy and commodities

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Energy and commodities markets are set to see a surge of liquidity and new products available for investment and hedging, after the Chinese government took several steps to change its policy surrounding the renminbi (RMB), says Barry Cheung, chairman at the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange.

"China has a national policy governed towards gradually liberalising the renminbi," says Cheung, speaking in an exclusive interview with Energy Risk in Hong Kong. "Already, following the Chinese government's

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