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We're active in base metals, precious metals, steel and iron ore, offering multiple access points, help, experience and solutions for whatever price risk you face, or liquidity you require. We are a Category 1 member of the London Metal Exchange (LME) and a full member of the London Bullion Market Association.
We execute and clear a significant proportion of the market activity on the London Metal Exchange (LME), the world's largest non-ferrous metals exchange. We also provide direct access to the CME’s base metal futures and options contracts, on its COMEX exchange. We provide base metals services for producers, consumers, fabricators and traders, brokers, financial institutions, hedge funds and investors in the commodity futures and options markets.
We provide futures and options brokerage for industrial users of gold, silver, platinum and palladium, as well as for market makers, brokers, funds and traders, covering all hedging and speculative requirements. We also provide access to OTC forwards, swaps, options and spot contracts through our range of specialist FX services.
Steel and Iron Ore
We provide execution and clearing for cash-settled and physically delivered futures, options and swaps in the steel and iron ore markets, for both exchange and OTC traded contracts.
Our analysts provide in-depth analysis into the current macroeconomic conditions and how near-term choppiness may subside in the coming months, once the Fed has confirmed its stance on Monetary Policy. The backwardated spreads in the metals market outline the tightness, and the geopolitical tensions between Russia and Ukraine could compound tightness in Europe due to lower energy, metals, and grain exports.
Monthly commentary covering the FX markets, providing insights on recent developments on select currency pairs.
This month we focus on Brazil and how its currency has performed so far this year, and the key trends for 2022. Inflationary pressures are evident across the globe, but the Brazilian government is keeping fuel prices artificially low, to the detriment of Petrobras.