Hong Kong's exchange unveils further cross-border trading initiatives and more details on its existing plans, as it moves to broaden access to Chinese markets.
The Hong Kong exchange is working on plans to attract liquidity from commodity traders in China, leveraging on its acquisition of the London Metal Exchange in 2012.
CME Group is working with Chinese regulators to help more brokers trade derivatives overseas. This would enable mainland institutions to better hedge their commodity risks.
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