China’s US/RMB oil contract a small step in the right direction

China’s move to allow foreigners to trade crude futures in renminbi and dollars is a positive step towards promoting renminbi trade settlement, only if enough players are invited to participate.

  • 31 May 2012
China’s decision to introduce the first onshore commodities exchange contract that will allow worldwide investors to trade crude oil futures in both US dollars and renminbi, will put it on the right track to popularising the renminbi for trade settlement but won’t be large enough to make any ...

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