China’s Commodity Futures Turnover More Than Triples in November

Turnover on commodity exchanges in China, the biggest user of raw materials, more than tripled in November from a year earlier, the Dalian Commodity Exchange said on its website, citing data from the China Futures Association.

Contracts worth 44.27 trillion yuan ($6.67 trillion) were traded last month, an increase of 224.71 percent from a year ago, the bourse said. Volumes totaled 424.2 million contracts, up 80 percent from a year earlier, the exchange said.

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