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CFTC Reopens Comment Period for Position Limits Proposals

London, 28 February 2015

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has re-opened the comment period on (1) its proposed rules establishing position limits on certain exempt and agricultural commodities and (2) its proposed amendments to its aggregation policies with regard to such position limits.

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CLTX to launch new Fertiliser initiative

London, 28 February 2015

The ability to manage price risk in the fertiliser market is not a new one; OTC and cleared derivatives contracts have been available for a number of years. However, growth in market volumes has accelerated in recent years, mainly due to increased price volatility since the financial crisis... Read More...

EEX: First exchange trade in Spanish Power Futures

Leipzig, 27 Feburary 2015

The European Energy Exchange has recorded the first exchange trading transactions in Spanish Power Futures. The trades were concluded in the new short-term maturities which have been available at EEX since the beginning of this week. On Monday, EEX expanded its existing offering in the Power... Read More...

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CLTX to launch new Fertiliser initiative

London, February 2015

The ability to manage price risk in the fertiliser market is not a new one; OTC and cleared derivatives contracts have been available for a number of years. However, growth in market volumes has accelerated in recent years, mainly due to increased price volatility since the financial crisis of 2008. In addition to this, the events of 2008 have also created a legacy of new global regulations. Of these, it is the... Read More...

Metals: buyers and sellers to play a waiting game

London, 26 February 2015

There will be weak momentum in the metals deals market in 2015 according to a new report from PwC. The report,Metals Deals: Forging ahead, predicts that, as in 2014, the lack of convincing, strong and sustainable growth in the global economy will keep metals deals in a low gear, or even stalling in some parts of the world. 

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Reducing food waste could save $300 billion a year

London, 26 February 2015

Reducing consumer food waste could save between US$120 and 300 billion per year by 2030 according to a new report by WRAP (The Waste & Resources Action Programme) and the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate. To achieve this would require a 20-50% reduction in consumer food waste.

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