Scrap futures deserving of open-minded study
Mar 26, 2013 | 07:00 PM
| John Ambrosia
It is understandable that players in the scrap sector have approached CME Group Inc.s new ferrous scrap futures contracts with a certain level of skepticism.
After all, people in the scrap world have been discussing, studying and arguing over the concept of ferrous scrap futures for at least a decade, and now that such instruments are actually a reality it has renewed the talks in the most serious way possible.....
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