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CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, announced August volume averaged an all-time record 17.1 million contracts per day, up 46 percent from August 2010, and up 35 percent sequentially. Total volume for August was 393 million contracts, of which 84 percent was traded electronically. August 2011 month-end open interest reached 100 million contracts, up 7 percent from the same period last year.
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Higher food prices and volatility in commodity markets are here to stay, according to a new report by the OECD and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).
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The outlook for the global steel industry is promising, with global demand forecast to increase by an annual 6% in both 2011 and 2012, according to industry and government officials at the OECD’s Steel Committee meeting in Paris on 12-13 May 2011. But downside risks remain, including further rises in steel raw material prices, continuing sluggish growth in advanced economies and high oil prices.
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Green IT initiatives will take on added importance in the next few years as more organizations commit financial resources and develop comprehensive strategies, according to a new study released this week by CompTIA, the non-profit association for the information technology (IT) industry.
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Booming silver investment was the primary source of the astounding 78 percent intra-year increase in silver prices in 2010. A sturdy rebound in total fabrication demand, led by the industrial sector, was also significant, according to World Silver Survey 2011, released by the Silver Institute.
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London Stock Exchange Group (LSE.L) sits at the heart of the world’s financial community, offering international business unrivalled access to Europe’s capital markets. In February a total of 25.4 million trades were carried out across the Group’s electronic equity order books with a combined value of £191.3 billion (€226.1 billion), up eight per cent on February 2010 (£177.8 billion).
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Commodity markets were markedly higher in December as fundamental supply and demand characteristics strengthened and the global macroeconomic outlook improved. Each commodity in the index appreciated over the course of the month.
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Despite the general weakness in new construction due to the global recession, one building-related field has continued to grow: retrofits tied to improving the efficiency of facilities. A number of factors have been driving this growth, including the need to improve the energy performance of buildings for cost savings as well as the desire to obtain green building certification. A new white paper from Pike Research identifies 10 key trends that are having a strong influence on the worldwide building industry.
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The world steel industry is emerging from the worst slowdown in more than half a century although the overall situation remains fluid and challenging, according to industry and government officials at the OECD’s Steel Committee meeting in Paris on 2 -3 December 2010.
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If global wheat prices remain at or near the high levels reached in August, food companies in the United States will be forced to absorb at least $2 billion in additional costs over the next 12 months or pass these costs on to consumers. "Separating the Wheat from the Chaff," a new study by Oliver Wyman, quantifies the economic impact of recent global wheat shortages to the US food industry.
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