The debut of US dollar denominated futures contracts in Hong Kong tracking six base metals will benefit investors in the Asian time zone, according to the HKEX. Photo: Sam TsangThe debut of US dollar denominated futures contracts in Hong Kong tracking six base metals will benefit investors in the Asian time zone, according to the HKEX. Photo: Sam Tsang
The debut of US dollar denominated futures contracts in Hong Kong tracking six base metals will benefit investors in the Asian time zone, according to the HKEX. Photo: Sam Tsang

HKEX rolls out ‘mini’ futures designed to help investors hedge six base metals during Asian trade

  • Dollar-denominated futures contracts will trade in Hong Kong and track London pricing for aluminium, zinc, copper, nickel, tin, and lead
  • Settlement in Hong Kong
  • New products will broaden the ability of traders to use Hong Kong for hedging, analysts say
Topic |   HKEX
The debut of US dollar denominated futures contracts in Hong Kong tracking six base metals will benefit investors in the Asian time zone, according to the HKEX. Photo: Sam TsangThe debut of US dollar denominated futures contracts in Hong Kong tracking six base metals will benefit investors in the Asian time zone, according to the HKEX. Photo: Sam Tsang
The debut of US dollar denominated futures contracts in Hong Kong tracking six base metals will benefit investors in the Asian time zone, according to the HKEX. Photo: Sam Tsang
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