China to Open Iron-Ore Futures Market to Foreign Investors in May
China has taken another step to opening up its futures markets to the world, announcing that it will allow foreign investors to trade domestic iron-ore futures as of May 4.
The move follows the debut of China’s first yuan-denominated crude oil futures last month in Shanghai, signaling the country’s ambition to have a say on the global pricing of commodities.
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