Deutsche Börse and EMETRA, the derivatives arm of London based metal trading marketplace, announced that they will cooperate to set up a B2B internet platform to trade non-ferrous metal derivatives. The new derivatives market is scheduled to go live by the end of January 2001. It will form part of a worldwide, integrated non-ferrous metal marketplace. EMETRA’s physical platform will offer a full range of non-ferrous metals physical products and related services. It is expected to go on-line by the end of July 2000.
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