Clarity on Commodities Trading: Transforming with agility

Clarity on Commodities Trading

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"Clarity on Commodities Trading" explores the main trends affecting commodity trading and examines the perspectives of our specialists on the developments visible in various trading hubs, as well as key commodities trade flows evolution:


Trading places - Perspectives on the current and future developments of commodities trading in Switzerland, Dubai, London, Houston and Singapore.


Evolving trends - A look at the main trends affecting commodity trading:

  • Survival of the fittest: navigating through turbulent markets
  • Agile transformation: how business and IT transformation is changing
  • A new policy for an age of transparency: the EITI standard
  • Geared for change: regulations trends impacting the commodity trading sector
  • Taxing times


Trade flows: An analysis of the evolution of key commodities trade flows: iron ore, copper, soybean and crude oil.

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