Traders were impacted by 2015’s collapse of commodity prices in almost every sector due to global macroeconomic instability. While consensus suggests the low-price environment is here to stay, 2016 and beyond will be about maintaining volume and riding out the cycle.
KPMG's 2016 Commodities Trading global survey analyzes the responses of 80 individuals active in the industry and conducted face-to-face interviews with C-level executives of major trading houses, assessing the changes the industry is undergoing.
We look at key external drivers such as regulatory and macroeconomic trends and how traders and their business strategies are responding to the range of opportunities and threats.
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