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International Commodities Review 2005

  • ID: 295084
  • February 2005
  • Region: Global
  • Euromoney Trading Ltd

A compilation of quality articles written by experts from within the world trading forum that together present an up-to-date picture of today's commodity markets. Practical advice, informed debate, regional and country overviews, and specific commodity reviews combine to provide a wealth of information for the commodity player.

Participants for 2005 include:
- ABN AMRO
- Deutsche Bank
- Credit Suisse
- BNP Paribas
- Prudential Financial Derivatives Inc.
- Jefferies Financial Products LLC
- Federation of European Securities Exchanges
- The Baltic Exchange
- Commodity Futures Trading Commission
- ESSCA
- NYMEX and the
- LME

The Appendix features 10 year annual average prices for leading commodities traded, plus average monthly prices for 2003. Also featured are the World Trade Organisations figures for world commodity exports and trade 2000-2003. A directory of over 550 companies active in the commodity markets completes this definitive guide.

How it will help buyers avoid costly mistakes:

- Quality editorial (well written and informed) from leading commodity experts including top financial institutions leading exchanges
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD
Price volatility - a perennial feature of the non-ferrous metals industry by Simon Heale, Chief Executive of the London Metal Exchange

CHAPTER 1
Why demographics are important for commodities

CHAPTER 2
10 key questions about real assets: A practitioner's perspective on commodities as an asset class

CHAPTER 3
Renewed climb in metals prices expected in mid-2005

CHAPTER 4
New trends in oil deal structuring in the Middle East and Africa

CHAPTER 5
Strong markets, ambitious initiatives marked activity in 2004

CHAPTER 6
Commodities alive in 2005 - a year of transition

CHAPTER 7
The globalisation of derivatives markets: Building a seamless global regulatory structure

CHAPTER 8
Ocean freight - a tradable commodity

CHAPTER 9
The evolution of the commodity exchange

CHAPTER 10
GOLD: Just another commodity unless...

APPENDIX of world trade and export commodity prices

DIRECTORY 550 plus contacts

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