LME warehouses in China ‘more than necessary,’ exec says
Nov 26, 2012 | 12:49 PM
| Mark Burton
LONDON It is "more than necessary" for the London Metal Exchange to establish warehouses in China, the worlds largest metals trading venue, JPMorgan Chase & Co. executive director of global commodities Christian Schirmeister told AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin.
JPMorgan, the largest shareholder in the LME, will collect £150.4 million ($240 million) from the sale of the exchange to Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. (HKEx). The deal is expected to close by year-end. Collectively, JPMorgan and the two next-largest shareholdersGoldman Sachs Group Inc. and Metdist Ltd.would have been able to block the deal if they werent happy with the terms.....
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