• Andreas Gursky 'Chicago Mercantile Exchange', 1997

    “Gurksy’s work engages you with monumental scale. It allows viewers to insert themselves into the scene he has choreographed in front of you but also to take a position as a viewer from above, looking own on the scene with a god-like perspective on the work. He captures the human-ness, but still retains a very objective composition." Phillips' Deputy Chairman of Europe & Asia Matt Carey-Williams presents Andreas Gursky 'Chicago, Mercantile Exchange', 1997 to be offered in our Contemporary Art Evening Sale on 29 June in London. See this work: phillips.com/detail/ANDREAS-GURSKY/UK010415/17 Produced by Phillips (2015)

    published: 14 Sep 2015
  • A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

    (Part 3 of 3) Conversation with Thomas McMahon, CEO, Singapore Mercantile Exchange Trading currencies and the Asia Currency Unit -- adding new products and the future of SMX

    published: 23 Dec 2010
  • Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

    Want to help keep CrashCourse going? Consider becoming a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for such awesome people. SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBERS READ FURTHER ↓ https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse In which John Green teaches you about the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, doing business as the VOC, also known as the Dutch East India Company. In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Dutch managed to dominate world trade, and they did all through the pioneering use of corporations and finance. Well, they did also use some traditional methods like violently enforced monopolies, unfair trade agreements, and plain old warfare. You'll learn how the Dutch invented stuff like joint stock corporations, maritime insurance, and futures trading. Basically, how the Dutch East India Company crashed th...

    published: 19 Mar 2015
  • A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

    (Part 2 of 3) Conversation with Thomas McMahon, CEO, Singapore Mercantile Exchange Regulating commodities trading -- technology, markets and communities -- securities and commodities in Asia -- China, India and trading

    published: 23 Dec 2010
  • OCBC's Menon Likes Asia's Emerging Markets, Commodities

    Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Vasu Menon, president of wealth management at Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. in Singapore, talks about global financial markets and investment strategy Menon also discusses Greece's debt problems. He speaks with Mark Barton on Bloomberg Television's "First Look." (Source: Bloomberg)

    published: 03 Oct 2011
  • Singapore Mercantile Exchange hunting for agricultural futures

    The Singapore Mercantile Exchange is hunting for more agricultural futures, through deals with several Asean markets. Its CEO V. Hariharan said that the products will now reach global investors, allowing Asian exchanges to set prices for commodities cultivated in the region.

    published: 26 Jul 2013
  • Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange to Offer Yuan Gold Futures

    May 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert reports on the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange's offering of yuan-denominated gold products. The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China-backed bourse plans to introduce dollar silver futures by June after trading of dollar-denominated gold futures begins today, Albert Helmig, president of the exchange, said. China is promoting the use of the yuan in global trade and investment to reduce its reliance on the dollar. Bloomberg's Susan Li also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

    published: 23 Mar 2012
  • Iran's Mercantile Exchange up 60% last nine months

    Iran's Mercantile Exchange (IME) increases its value by 60% in the last 9 months. IME is a commodities exchange located in Iran's capital Tehran. Founded in 2006, the IME trades in agricultural, industrial and petrochemical products in the spot and futures markets. It originally started as mainly a domestic or regional market but has now grown to become the Middle East's largest and highest value commodities market. IME's Deputy of Operations talked about the various reasons for past years huge spike in trade volume. The IME has grown internationally and is registered with both The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) is a non-profit international organization comprising the main stock exchanges in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia and the Association of Futu...

    published: 07 Jan 2014
  • Oil prices rise to $72 a barrel as gasoline supplies shrink

    Mercantile Exchange 1. Wide of New York Mercantile Exchange trading floor 2. Traders waving hands and shouting, on floor 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Raymond Carbone, commodities broker: "Money seeking returns on investment, that''s what''s happening in the commodities market, we''re seeing capital flows into the commodities you mentioned, gold ,silver, copper, aluminium, zinc, and oil. These markets are absorbing inflows of money that they normally have not seen, they have not seen previously, and they are moving prices and sometimes there becomes a situation where there is a disconnect between supply and inventories and price movement, and I think we''re seeing that a little bit in the oil market." AP Television News - FILE Treasury Department, Washington, DC - date unknown 4. Various...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • Hong Kong Exchange!

    The Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange is now up and running and is beginning to garner market share. Hopefully soon this exchange will have an impact on price discovery.

    published: 02 Aug 2011
  • ATP349 – Arthur Hayes – Asia Tech Podcast Stories

    Arthur Hayes is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business and the CEO of BitMEX…The Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange is where professional investors come to trade Bitcoin derivatives. Arthur and his partners Ben Delo (COO) and Sam Reed (CTO) founded BitMEX in 2014 and are at the forefront of the CryptoCurrency evolution taking place in the financial markets. We had an interesting discussion about his initial work as a derivatives market maker at traditional trading houses like Deutsch Bank and Citigroup and his introduction to Bitcoin and how that influenced his decision to go head first into the world of CryptoCurrencies.

    published: 10 Sep 2017
  • Gold prices gain in Asia as investors look ahead to Fed review this week

    Investing.com - Gold prices edged higher in Asia on Monday with the Fed set to review rates this week and hold steady, but also expected to provider a clearer signal on rate hike prospects in December. Gold for December delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange rose 0.14% to $1,278.65 a troy ounce. Also on the Comex, silver futures for December delivery gained 0.18% to $17.828 a troy ounce, while copper futures for December delivery eased 0.05% to $2.196 a pound. This week, the Fed policy statement on Wednesday and Friday’s U.S. nonfarm payrolls report for October will be in focus along with central bank meetings in the U.K., Japan and Australia. Investors currently price a 73.9% chance of a rate hike at the Fed's December meeting, according to federal funds future...

    published: 01 Nov 2016
  • ASIA STOCKS DOWN AS WORRIES OVER GREECE GROW

    (23 May 2012) Reports that Greece is considering preparations to leave the euro common currency sent Asian stock markets lower on Wednesday. Investors have long known of the possibility of a Greek withdrawal from the 17-nation euro currency union as it struggles to meet harsh austerity targets that are a condition of getting international bailout money. But a financial news service's report, which quoted former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos and suggested such a euro exit could be approaching, flustered markets. Japan's Nikkei 225 index fell 1.2 percent to 8,623.46. The Bank of Japan on Wednesday left its key interest rate unchanged at near zero as widely expected. Later on Wednesday, leaders of the 27 European Union countries will meet in Brussels for a summit expected to focu...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Bitcoin Arbitrage Trading with Arthur Hayes

    http://coinrepublic.com/ https://www.bitmex.com/ Join Arthur Hayes Co-Founder & CEO of BitMEX - Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange for a 55 minute Webinar on Bitcoin arbitrage. Arthur will explain how to apply tried and true arbitrage strategies he learned whilst the Head ETF trader for Asia ex-Japan at Deutsche Bank and Citibank, to the Bitcoin market. https://www.facebook.com/coinrepublic https://twitter.com/CoinRepublic

    published: 04 Nov 2014
  • EnergyAsia Interview: George Ng of CME (2)

    Part 2 of 2- George Ng of CME's Singapore office explains how CME's takeover of NYMEX will better serve energy, commodity and financial companies in the Asia-Pacific and MidEast.

    published: 06 Oct 2008
  • CME Group, Inc. (CME)

    (11-1-07) What's the name of the financial exchange that's taking over the world? Daaaaaaa Merc! CME Group, Inc. (CME)

    published: 01 Nov 2007
  • Stock Market Timing Newsletter- Daily Market Outlook - 20120319

    http://www.theuptrend.com Today Stephen looks at his 5 favorite stocks AAPL Apple, CME Chicago Mercantile Exchange, GOOG Google, GS Goldman Sachs and V Visa. Plus GLD, JJC, SLV, UGA, UNG, USO. Stock Market Timing Newsletter - Start your trading day off on the right foot, with Stephen Whiteside's Stock Market Timing Television. This free daily video newsletter focuses on the major Indexes and ETF's, as well as the US Dollar, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Precious Metals including Gold and Silver.

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • HONG KONG: FUTURES EXCHANGE

    English/Nat Singapore's bid to eclipse its financial competitors in Asia has taken a step forward as its monetary exchange launches a controversial futures contract based on nearly the same stocks as Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng index. Officials at Hong Kong's Futures Exchange said on Monday they were taking the challenge seriously posed by the futures index, tried once before with little success, from Singapore's International Monetary Exchange. But they said they believed that Hong Kong has what it takes to remain as competitive as always. Hong Kong's Futures Exchange opened for business as usual on Monday. Traders are watching it closely as this is the launch day of a rival index by Singapore, posing a possible threat to the Hong Kong Futures Exchange market. The...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange Beef Industry Scholarship (C2C)

    Tim Andriesen, managing director of agricultural commodities for CME group, talks about the history of the CME beef industry scholarship and how they are awarded.

    published: 09 May 2014
  • 50% Return on Investment 'Trading Stocks'

    Gold futures inched higher Thursday, reversing course as investors continued to bet on the metal as an alternative to currencies amid global monetary easing. Gold for December delivery GCZ2 -0.02% gained 40 cents to $1,772.20 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold was holding up very well considering twin headwinds of stronger dollar and weaker U.S. equities. Weak macroeconomic data, including reads on manufacturing activity in China and Europe, also concerned investors. Gold's resilience stems from recently announced monetary easing in the U.S. and elsewhere, said James Cordier, a portfolio manager at Optionsellers.com in Florida. "You'd think (a stronger dollar and weaker equities) would be a great excuse to take pretty big profits; this feels more ...

    published: 20 Sep 2012
  • WRAP Asia stock markets fall sharply

    Hong Kong 1. Wide Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 2. Electronic board with stock prices 3. Dealer working in front of computer 4. Electronic board showing Hang Seng Index 14383.15 down 239.24 points 5. Wide, trading floor 6. Wide Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities, speaking 7. SOUNDBITE (English)Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities: "The major sell-off sector would be the Chinese financials and Chinese properties because people tend to sell on good news which China has already announced a rate cut last night. When we had good news these sectors had huge run up last week so these sectors are the weakest this morning. " 8. Stock names and price being displayed on an electronic board 9. Dealer working keyboard 10. SOUNDBITE (Engli...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • The Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange - will kill Comex - 14th May 2011

    The HMEX has one point of difference to the fraudulent Comex... every trade is supported by PHYSICAL gold and silver.. and it will look after the new emerging market of China.. The HMEX opens Monday Goodbye Comex... good riddance to corruption

    published: 14 May 2011
  • Commodities Trading

    http://profitabletradingtips.com/trading-investing/commodities-trading Commodities Trading As currencies fall in value commodities appear to rise. In fact, commodities such as gold, oil, and agriculture products simply retain their value in the face of inflation and currency devaluation. Those engaged in commodities trading know that fact. Traders engaged in commodities trading also know that supply and demand, the fundamentals, are basic to commodity prices. Those who wish to profit from commodities trading learn technical analysis. This is the analysis of past price movement with the purpose of predicting future price movement. One trades commodities in a futures market. Traders enter into contracts to buy or sell specified quantities of a given commodity on a specified future date. To...

    published: 25 Oct 2012
  • Hariharan Says It's Been a `Wonderful Year' for SMX

    Aug. 31 (Bloomberg) -- V. Hariharan, interim chief executive officer of the Singapore Mercantile Exchange, talks about the bourse's performance and growth outlook. Hariharan speaks with John Dawson on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)

    published: 31 Aug 2011
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Andreas Gursky 'Chicago Mercantile Exchange', 1997

Andreas Gursky 'Chicago Mercantile Exchange', 1997

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“Gurksy’s work engages you with monumental scale. It allows viewers to insert themselves into the scene he has choreographed in front of you but also to take a position as a viewer from above, looking own on the scene with a god-like perspective on the work. He captures the human-ness, but still retains a very objective composition." Phillips' Deputy Chairman of Europe & Asia Matt Carey-Williams presents Andreas Gursky 'Chicago, Mercantile Exchange', 1997 to be offered in our Contemporary Art Evening Sale on 29 June in London. See this work: phillips.com/detail/ANDREAS-GURSKY/UK010415/17 Produced by Phillips (2015)
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A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

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  • Updated: 23 Dec 2010
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(Part 3 of 3) Conversation with Thomas McMahon, CEO, Singapore Mercantile Exchange Trading currencies and the Asia Currency Unit -- adding new products and the future of SMX
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Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

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Want to help keep CrashCourse going? Consider becoming a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for such awesome people. SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBERS READ FURTHER ↓ https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse In which John Green teaches you about the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, doing business as the VOC, also known as the Dutch East India Company. In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Dutch managed to dominate world trade, and they did all through the pioneering use of corporations and finance. Well, they did also use some traditional methods like violently enforced monopolies, unfair trade agreements, and plain old warfare. You'll learn how the Dutch invented stuff like joint stock corporations, maritime insurance, and futures trading. Basically, how the Dutch East India Company crashed the US economy in 2008. I'm kidding. Or am I? Citation 1: William J. Bernstein, A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World. Grove Press. 2008. p. 218 Citation 2: Stephen R. Bown. Merchant Kings: When Companies Ruled the World, 1600-1900. New York. St. Martin’s Press. 2009. p. 28 Citation 3: Bernstein p. 223 Citation 4: Bernstein p. 228 Citation 5: Bown p. 53 IF YOU ARE A CURRENT SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBER Go to https://subbable.com and click the "continue to patreon button." You will be guided through the process to merge your account with Patreon to continue supporting your portfolio of creators. Make sure to use the money in your perk bank by August 1st, 2015. Get yourself something nice you deserve it! Also. you are the best. Yes. You. You are awesome, and we can't thank you enough! FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR MOVE TO PATREON WATCH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO_1VbQADW8 Thanks so much for your continuing support on Subbable and we hope to see you on Patreon!
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A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

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  • Updated: 23 Dec 2010
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(Part 2 of 3) Conversation with Thomas McMahon, CEO, Singapore Mercantile Exchange Regulating commodities trading -- technology, markets and communities -- securities and commodities in Asia -- China, India and trading
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OCBC's Menon Likes Asia's Emerging Markets, Commodities

OCBC's Menon Likes Asia's Emerging Markets, Commodities

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Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Vasu Menon, president of wealth management at Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. in Singapore, talks about global financial markets and investment strategy Menon also discusses Greece's debt problems. He speaks with Mark Barton on Bloomberg Television's "First Look." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Singapore Mercantile Exchange hunting for agricultural futures

Singapore Mercantile Exchange hunting for agricultural futures

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  • Updated: 26 Jul 2013
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The Singapore Mercantile Exchange is hunting for more agricultural futures, through deals with several Asean markets. Its CEO V. Hariharan said that the products will now reach global investors, allowing Asian exchanges to set prices for commodities cultivated in the region.
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Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange to Offer Yuan Gold Futures

Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange to Offer Yuan Gold Futures

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May 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert reports on the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange's offering of yuan-denominated gold products. The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China-backed bourse plans to introduce dollar silver futures by June after trading of dollar-denominated gold futures begins today, Albert Helmig, president of the exchange, said. China is promoting the use of the yuan in global trade and investment to reduce its reliance on the dollar. Bloomberg's Susan Li also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Iran's Mercantile Exchange up 60% last nine months

Iran's Mercantile Exchange up 60% last nine months

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Iran's Mercantile Exchange (IME) increases its value by 60% in the last 9 months. IME is a commodities exchange located in Iran's capital Tehran. Founded in 2006, the IME trades in agricultural, industrial and petrochemical products in the spot and futures markets. It originally started as mainly a domestic or regional market but has now grown to become the Middle East's largest and highest value commodities market. IME's Deputy of Operations talked about the various reasons for past years huge spike in trade volume. The IME has grown internationally and is registered with both The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) is a non-profit international organization comprising the main stock exchanges in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia and the Association of Futures Markets (AFM). Mr. Namdari further explained despite the recent illegal unilateral sanctions by the US and some of its allies against Iran especially its oil and banking sectors, IME increased its trade by volume by 19% since March of 2013. Since March the IME has traded over 17 million tons of commodities while over 4 tons were traded internationally. Reporting for Press TV, Amir Hossein Eskandar in Tehran.
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Oil prices rise to $72 a barrel as gasoline supplies shrink

Oil prices rise to $72 a barrel as gasoline supplies shrink

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  • Updated: 30 Jul 2015
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Mercantile Exchange 1. Wide of New York Mercantile Exchange trading floor 2. Traders waving hands and shouting, on floor 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Raymond Carbone, commodities broker: "Money seeking returns on investment, that''s what''s happening in the commodities market, we''re seeing capital flows into the commodities you mentioned, gold ,silver, copper, aluminium, zinc, and oil. These markets are absorbing inflows of money that they normally have not seen, they have not seen previously, and they are moving prices and sometimes there becomes a situation where there is a disconnect between supply and inventories and price movement, and I think we''re seeing that a little bit in the oil market." AP Television News - FILE Treasury Department, Washington, DC - date unknown 4. Various of men loading gold bricks onto stack Mercantile Exchange 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Raymond Carbone, commodities broker: "If there is indeed a problem with Iran, should they for instance, close the Straits of Hormuz, which they are easily capable of doing, that would make prices skyrocket, so Iran is quite a big factor, it is not playing in the market in any way right now, it is mostly a fear factor. But when you''re in the futures business, you have to keep that in mind." AP Television News - FILE Date and location unknown 6. Wide from helicopter, offshore oil rig Mercantile Exchange 7. Wide pan of trading floor at New York Mercantile Exchange 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Raymond Carbone, commodities broker: "Well I think that the only relief in sight is the relief that we saw come with the Katrina and Rita Hurricanes, and that really was demand destruction. If prices move too quickly into the 3.50, 4.00 (US) dollars range you are going to see people adapt their behaviour and curtail superfluous driving and just curtail the buying of gasoline." FILES, 909834 AP Television News 9. Various of people filling up cars at a fuel station STORYLINE: For the third successive record-setting day, oil prices climbed to above 72 US dollars a barrel on Wednesday, as the market digested a US government report showing shrinking gasoline supplies and weakening demand for motor fuel. Traders were focused on nuclear tensions between Iran and the international community, as well as supply constraints in Nigeria, the Gulf of Mexico and Iraq. Light, sweet crude for May delivery climbed as high as 72.35 US dollars a barrel, before retreating to 72.30 US dollars on the New York Mercantile Exchange, an increase of 95 cents from the previous day. The contract had risen as high as 71.60 US dollars on Tuesday. Gold futures also peaked on Wednesday at more than 630 US dollars an ounce, after the US Federal Reserve suggested it may be nearing an end to its rate-tightening cycle, giving traders one more reason to buy precious metals. Continuing worries about Iran''s nuclear ambitions and the still-high oil prices are two factors driving the price of gold up. After rising as high as 630.90 US dollars in overnight trading - a new 25-year high - June gold was up 4.50 US dollars at 627.80 US dollars an ounce on Wednesday morning on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Traders say they are keeping a close eye on the political situation in Iran and Nigeria, saying both will play a definite role in the commodities market in the future. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/dea6c7ab6ae37c299d2bdf98920c555b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hong Kong Exchange!

Hong Kong Exchange!

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The Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange is now up and running and is beginning to garner market share. Hopefully soon this exchange will have an impact on price discovery.
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ATP349 – Arthur Hayes – Asia Tech Podcast Stories

ATP349 – Arthur Hayes – Asia Tech Podcast Stories

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Arthur Hayes is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business and the CEO of BitMEX…The Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange is where professional investors come to trade Bitcoin derivatives. Arthur and his partners Ben Delo (COO) and Sam Reed (CTO) founded BitMEX in 2014 and are at the forefront of the CryptoCurrency evolution taking place in the financial markets. We had an interesting discussion about his initial work as a derivatives market maker at traditional trading houses like Deutsch Bank and Citigroup and his introduction to Bitcoin and how that influenced his decision to go head first into the world of CryptoCurrencies.
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Gold prices gain in Asia as investors look ahead to Fed review this week

Gold prices gain in Asia as investors look ahead to Fed review this week

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Investing.com - Gold prices edged higher in Asia on Monday with the Fed set to review rates this week and hold steady, but also expected to provider a clearer signal on rate hike prospects in December. Gold for December delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange rose 0.14% to $1,278.65 a troy ounce. Also on the Comex, silver futures for December delivery gained 0.18% to $17.828 a troy ounce, while copper futures for December delivery eased 0.05% to $2.196 a pound. This week, the Fed policy statement on Wednesday and Friday’s U.S. nonfarm payrolls report for October will be in focus along with central bank meetings in the U.K., Japan and Australia. Investors currently price a 73.9% chance of a rate hike at the Fed's December meeting, according to federal funds futures tracked Investing.com's Fed Rate Monitor Tool. Last week, gold prices rose to an almost four-week high on Friday amid heightened safe haven demand after the FBI said it would review more emails related to Hillary Clinton's private email use. The report sparked fresh uncertainty over Mrs. Clinton’s election prospects ahead of the November 8 U.S. presidential election, amid fears over what a victory for Republican candidate Donald Trump might mean for the U.S. The dollar fell following the report, despite the release of better-than-expected data on U.S. third quarter growth earlier Friday, which supported that case for a Federal Reserve rate hike in December. U.S. gross domestic product expanded at an annual rate of 2.9% in the three months to September the Commerce Department said, after rising by 1.4% in the second quarter. Economists had forecast growth of 2.5%. The report also showed that U.S. consumer spending slowed to 2.1% in the last quarter, from 4.3% in the second quarter. Despite the slowdown in consumer spending the report indicated the economy is on a strong enough footing to withstand higher interest rates. The U.S. central bank raised rates for the first time in almost a decade in December.
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ASIA STOCKS DOWN AS WORRIES OVER GREECE GROW

ASIA STOCKS DOWN AS WORRIES OVER GREECE GROW

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(23 May 2012) Reports that Greece is considering preparations to leave the euro common currency sent Asian stock markets lower on Wednesday. Investors have long known of the possibility of a Greek withdrawal from the 17-nation euro currency union as it struggles to meet harsh austerity targets that are a condition of getting international bailout money. But a financial news service's report, which quoted former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos and suggested such a euro exit could be approaching, flustered markets. Japan's Nikkei 225 index fell 1.2 percent to 8,623.46. The Bank of Japan on Wednesday left its key interest rate unchanged at near zero as widely expected. Later on Wednesday, leaders of the 27 European Union countries will meet in Brussels for a summit expected to focus on ways to kick start the region's faltering economy. A failure to make headway risks jolting markets further, analysts said. Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 1.4 percent to 18,773.87 and South Korea's Kospi lost 1.3 percent at 1,806.39. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 lost 1.1. Percent to 4,077.10. US stocks traded higher on Tuesday until near the close, when Dow Jones Newswires reported that Papademos said preparations for Greece drop the euro are being considered. A 50-point gain in the Dow Jones industrial average turned into a 57-point loss in 45 minutes. The Dow ended the day down marginally to 12,502.81. The Standard & Poor's 500 rose less than 1 point to 1,316.63. The Nasdaq composite index fell 0.3 percent to 2,839.08. Benchmark oil for July delivery was down 50 cents to 91.35 U.S. dollars a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract fell 1.01 U.S. dollars to settle at 91.85 U.S. dollars in New York on Tuesday. In currencies, the euro fell to 1.2669 U.S. dollars from 1.2756 U.S. dollars late Tuesday in New York. The dollar fell to 79.84 yen from 79.92 yen. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d470597a445926f8ab4037c53082d630 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Bitcoin Arbitrage Trading with Arthur Hayes

Bitcoin Arbitrage Trading with Arthur Hayes

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http://coinrepublic.com/ https://www.bitmex.com/ Join Arthur Hayes Co-Founder & CEO of BitMEX - Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange for a 55 minute Webinar on Bitcoin arbitrage. Arthur will explain how to apply tried and true arbitrage strategies he learned whilst the Head ETF trader for Asia ex-Japan at Deutsche Bank and Citibank, to the Bitcoin market. https://www.facebook.com/coinrepublic https://twitter.com/CoinRepublic
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EnergyAsia Interview: George Ng of CME (2)

EnergyAsia Interview: George Ng of CME (2)

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  • Updated: 06 Oct 2008
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Part 2 of 2- George Ng of CME's Singapore office explains how CME's takeover of NYMEX will better serve energy, commodity and financial companies in the Asia-Pacific and MidEast.
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CME Group, Inc. (CME)

CME Group, Inc. (CME)

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(11-1-07) What's the name of the financial exchange that's taking over the world? Daaaaaaa Merc! CME Group, Inc. (CME)
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Stock Market Timing Newsletter- Daily Market Outlook - 20120319

Stock Market Timing Newsletter- Daily Market Outlook - 20120319

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http://www.theuptrend.com Today Stephen looks at his 5 favorite stocks AAPL Apple, CME Chicago Mercantile Exchange, GOOG Google, GS Goldman Sachs and V Visa. Plus GLD, JJC, SLV, UGA, UNG, USO. Stock Market Timing Newsletter - Start your trading day off on the right foot, with Stephen Whiteside's Stock Market Timing Television. This free daily video newsletter focuses on the major Indexes and ETF's, as well as the US Dollar, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Precious Metals including Gold and Silver.
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HONG KONG: FUTURES EXCHANGE

HONG KONG: FUTURES EXCHANGE

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English/Nat Singapore's bid to eclipse its financial competitors in Asia has taken a step forward as its monetary exchange launches a controversial futures contract based on nearly the same stocks as Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng index. Officials at Hong Kong's Futures Exchange said on Monday they were taking the challenge seriously posed by the futures index, tried once before with little success, from Singapore's International Monetary Exchange. But they said they believed that Hong Kong has what it takes to remain as competitive as always. Hong Kong's Futures Exchange opened for business as usual on Monday. Traders are watching it closely as this is the launch day of a rival index by Singapore, posing a possible threat to the Hong Kong Futures Exchange market. The Morgan Stanley Capital International Hong Kong Stock Index Futures contract was relisted on the Singapore International Monetary Exchange, or SIMEX, after a one year break Singapore's decision to relaunch a contract that saw only limited business during its five years of previous trading is seen as part of a move to outdo Hong Kong's performance. Hong Kong and Singapore have long been competing to be Asia's premier financial market outside Japan and the renewed SIMEX raises the stakes in the game. But critics say it is unlikely that Singapore's SIMEX will take any business away from Hong Kong as many of the most active speculators are locals who have no access to the new service. Officials from Hong Kong's Futures Exchange are concerned about the competition, but say they feel ready to meet the challenge. The exchange's Randy Gilmore said Hong Kong's position remained strong. SOUNDBITE: (English) "There are three things required to make a market and that is liquidity, liquidity, liquidity. And we have that. We've got a long history of liquidity, we have the retail base that you need to get liquidity. We have the membership that is both Hong Kong as well as international based. We have the water flow today that comes from Kowloon and comes from Manhattan and that is the key , it's that fact that we have a established market. Naturally we take any challenge seriously, the same time we believe that we have what it takes to fight back anyone who wants to challenge the HKFE (Hong Kong Futures Exchange) for its share of the Hong Kong market." SUPERCAPTION: Randy Gilmore, Hong Kong Futures Exchange Gilmore said he believes the giant market in China will also provide Hong Kong with a great advantage, something Singapore lacks geographically. SOUNDBITE:(English) "The real issue, as far as competition is concerned, is the form of trade. The Exchange made a decision about a year ago to become a complete electronic market place. The majority of our products today are traded in electronic market environment. And we are working very hard to bring our two biggest products - which are Hang Seng index futures and Hang Seng index options - into a electronic environment. We expect it to take place in early 1999. We believe the electronic market place is far superior to the open outcry market place and that is the real key to competitiveness in the next decade." SUPERCAPTION: Randy Gilmore, Hong Kong Futures Exchange Futures allow investors to protect themselves against price changes by requiring those who hold the contract to buy or sell a security, currency or commodity at a predetermined price during a stipulated period. The Hong Kong Futures Exchange, which trades Hang Seng Index futures, has been quick to marshal its defenses against the rival Singapore product. On November 20, it extended its trading hours to match those of SIMEX, and it is taking other competitive measures as well. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/eb6ed83801bd0cd3e9d4bcad2a4ec1a2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Chicago Mercantile Exchange Beef Industry Scholarship (C2C)

Chicago Mercantile Exchange Beef Industry Scholarship (C2C)

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Tim Andriesen, managing director of agricultural commodities for CME group, talks about the history of the CME beef industry scholarship and how they are awarded.
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50% Return on Investment 'Trading Stocks'

50% Return on Investment 'Trading Stocks'

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Gold futures inched higher Thursday, reversing course as investors continued to bet on the metal as an alternative to currencies amid global monetary easing. Gold for December delivery GCZ2 -0.02% gained 40 cents to $1,772.20 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold was holding up very well considering twin headwinds of stronger dollar and weaker U.S. equities. Weak macroeconomic data, including reads on manufacturing activity in China and Europe, also concerned investors. Gold's resilience stems from recently announced monetary easing in the U.S. and elsewhere, said James Cordier, a portfolio manager at Optionsellers.com in Florida. "You'd think (a stronger dollar and weaker equities) would be a great excuse to take pretty big profits; this feels more like a pause" on gold's rally, he said. Click to Play China's growth continues to slow The latest lag in China manufacturing data proves the country's growth is slowing. Gold shot up in recent sessions, amassing month-to-date gains of nearly 5% as action by global central banks to ease monetary policy spurred buying interest. Monetary easing is positive for gold because it's viewed as a store of value and as a tangible asset it benefits from fears of currency debasement. Investors were evaluating the possibility of more stimulus for the Chinese economy as preliminary September data released by HSBC on Thursday showed manufacturing activity in the country contracted for the 11th straight month in September. Read more on China's HSBC PMI. "Pressure is building on China to make the next move to provide stimulus to boost its slowing economy. A further contraction in its vast manufacturing sector could finally trigger action from Beijing," Lynette Tan, precious-metals analyst at Phillip Futures in Singapore, wrote in a note. Euro crisis feeds gold bulls Gold hit a six-month high earlier this week as the Bank of Japan joins central banks around the world with a further round of monetary easing. U.S. data on unemployment benefits and manufacturing activity was lukewarm. Markit said its flash manufacturing purchasing managers' index remained at 51.5 in September. Markit also reported euro-zone flash manufacturing PMI rose to 46.0 from 45.1 in August. Readings below 50 indicate a contraction. Applications for U.S. jobless benefits fell by 3,000 to 382,000 in the week ended Sept. 15. Analysts polled by MarketWatch expected a drop to 375,000. Later Thursday, the Philadelphia Federal Reserve showed a slight improvement in manufacturing in the region. The bank's business-conditions index rose to minus 1.9 from minus 7.1 in August, showing that businesses continued to contract, but at a slower pace. Gold was pressured by a higher dollar. The dollar index DXY +0.53% , which tracks the greenback's performance against six other major currencies, rose to 79.531 from 79.071 in late North American trading on Wednesday. A stronger greenback is negative for dollar-denominated metals as it makes them more expensive to holders of other currencies. The broader metals complex tracked gold lower, with copper leading the declines. Copper for December delivery HGZ2 -1.32% dropped 5 cents, or 1.2%, to $3.77 a pound. October platinum futures PLV2 -1.15% tumbled $18.90, or 1.1%, to $1,621.70 an ounce. Palladium for December delivery PAZ2 -1.73% dropped $12, or 1.8%, to $661.05 an ounce. Silver for December delivery SIZ2 +0.27% turned higher, up 14 cents, or 0.4%, to $34.73 an ounce
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WRAP Asia stock markets fall sharply

WRAP Asia stock markets fall sharply

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Hong Kong 1. Wide Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 2. Electronic board with stock prices 3. Dealer working in front of computer 4. Electronic board showing Hang Seng Index 14383.15 down 239.24 points 5. Wide, trading floor 6. Wide Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities, speaking 7. SOUNDBITE (English)Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities: "The major sell-off sector would be the Chinese financials and Chinese properties because people tend to sell on good news which China has already announced a rate cut last night. When we had good news these sectors had huge run up last week so these sectors are the weakest this morning. " 8. Stock names and price being displayed on an electronic board 9. Dealer working keyboard 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jackson Wong, Investment Manager of Tanrich Securities: "Wall Street had a late sell off section, late in the session and that also triggered some of the investors to worry about Wall Street probably fall(ing) further towards the end of the year. I just think that (the) Wall Street is probably stabilising around that level. We must see some losses but we won't see a hugh sell off, so I think the Wall Street is affecting Hong Kong less." 11. Pan across Stock Exchange Seoul, South Korea 12. Computer screens, with stock board behind 13. Close-up computer screen with Kospi index showing 22-point fall 14. Close-up of computer screen with Kospi graph 15. Share prices board 16. Close-up of stock board with Kospi 17. Stock exchange workers in office 18. Wide of stock board 19. Close-up of moving screen 20. Close-up of computer screen 21. Wide of stock board with computer screen in front 22. Korea Exchange screen 23. Pan of stock board STORYLINE Asian stocks slumped in thin trade on Tuesday after an interest rate cut in China disappointed investors and Wall Street finished lower. There was little cheer before the year-end holidays, as energy firms tumbled along with oil prices and carmakers fell on news Japan's Toyota Motor Corp. expects to post its first operating loss in 70 years. South Korea's Kospi fell 3.3 percent to 1,140.41, Australia's benchmark lost 1.6 percent and Taiwan's key index retreated 3.4 percent. Japan's market was closed for a national holiday. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index dropped 2.9 percent to 14,201.43, while Shanghai's main index shed 3.5 percent. Both markets came under pressure after China's central bank said on Tuesday its benchmark one-year lending rate will fall by 0.27 percentage point to 2.25 percent. It was the fifth cut in four months, part of Beijing's recent efforts to revive economic growth amid the global downturn. But some investors had anticipated a cut of 0.5 percentage point, analysts said. After rallying off last month's lows, the markets were succumbing to selling as many investors moved to close out their positions before the end of one of the most tumultuous years in decades. The lurch downward came after Wall Street fell overnight. Investors spooked by the dismal news from Toyota and US drugstore operator Walgreen Co. sent the Dow lower by 59.34 points, or 0.69 percent, to 8,519.77 - its fourth straight daily loss. The broader Standard & Poor's 500 index fell 16.25, or 1.83 percent, to 871.63. US market futures were down slightly, suggesting Wall Street would open lower. Chinese financials were weaker on Beijing's rate cut, as leading lender ICBC fell 2.1 percent and insurer Ping An lost 5.2 percent. South Korean car companies also saw heavy selling, with Hyundai Motor Co. plummeting 8.6 percent. Crude dropped further in Asian trade, with light, sweet crude for February delivery sliding 27 cents to $39.64 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/24696dca43645c019c4e09b13fd72715 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange - will kill Comex - 14th May 2011

The Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange - will kill Comex - 14th May 2011

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The HMEX has one point of difference to the fraudulent Comex... every trade is supported by PHYSICAL gold and silver.. and it will look after the new emerging market of China.. The HMEX opens Monday Goodbye Comex... good riddance to corruption
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Commodities Trading

Commodities Trading

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http://profitabletradingtips.com/trading-investing/commodities-trading Commodities Trading As currencies fall in value commodities appear to rise. In fact, commodities such as gold, oil, and agriculture products simply retain their value in the face of inflation and currency devaluation. Those engaged in commodities trading know that fact. Traders engaged in commodities trading also know that supply and demand, the fundamentals, are basic to commodity prices. Those who wish to profit from commodities trading learn technical analysis. This is the analysis of past price movement with the purpose of predicting future price movement. One trades commodities in a futures market. Traders enter into contracts to buy or sell specified quantities of a given commodity on a specified future date. To profit from commodities trading one needs a firm grasp of the fundamentals that determine pricing and a clear sense of how the market reacts to changes in information. Commodity Futures Futures are standardized contracts between two parties to buy or sell a specific, standardized, amount of virtually anything. The price is agreed upon at the time of the contract and holds until the date of delivery. Most futures traders do not actually sell or buy commodities as they simply exit the contract by making the opposite trade prior to the delivery date. Although the price set in the futures contract for corn, beef, oil, gold, or other commodities is set the value of the contract varies and that is where the profit lies in commodities trading. In today's world online commodities trading is common. Traders follow the news pertinent to the value of gold, cattle, or wheat. They follow pricing patterns in order to understand evolving market sentiment. Depending on the perceived changes in supply and demand the value of a commodity futures contract will rise or fall. In commodities trading one can buy or sell a contract for crude oil that is not deliverable for a decade but still make profits today. The trader simply seeks to enter and exit the trade at the most profitable times. Many traders use options in commodity trading. In doing so, they limit their risk and often leverage their investment capital. Futures Markets The following is a list of United States Futures exchanges: CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE) Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) Chicago Climate Exchange (CCE) ELX Futures (Electronic Liquidity Exchange) ICE Futures U.S. Kansas City Board of Trade (KCBT) Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX) Nadex (formerly HedgeStreet) NASDAQ OMX Futures Exchange (NFX) New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) and (COMEX) NYSE Liffe US OneChicago, LLC (Single-stock futures (SSF's) and Futures on ETFs) The CME group owns CME, CBOT, NYMEX, and COMEX. Predicting the Future Will there be a drought in Eurasia, Brazil, or North America? These are the world bread baskets for wheat, corn, and soybeans. Will overly strong monsoon rains or a persistent drought affect the rice harvests in Southern Asia? Commodities trading in these foodstuffs requires a clear sense of what will affect supply and demand. Gold goes up when currencies falter or war threatens and oil goes up when there is unrest in the Middle East or a hurricane approaching the Gulf of Mexico. In commodities trading, traders keep an eye on the facts and the other eye on how the market is reacting. Timing the market as a day trader in commodities trading is also important, especially important news breaks. http://youtu.be/zBU3sxZXyVY
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Hariharan Says It's Been a `Wonderful Year' for SMX

Hariharan Says It's Been a `Wonderful Year' for SMX

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Aug. 31 (Bloomberg) -- V. Hariharan, interim chief executive officer of the Singapore Mercantile Exchange, talks about the bourse's performance and growth outlook. Hariharan speaks with John Dawson on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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