DCE raises trading fee for iron ore futures – again
Jul 16, 2019 19:35
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China’s Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) headquartered in Northeast China’s Liaoning province, has advised all its members that its charges for iron ore futures trading will be raised starting from the night trading session of July 17, according to a DCE notice on July 16.
The trading fee for its iron ore futures contracts will be adjusted to 1 per ten thousand (0.01%) of the trading turnover.
Particularly, the intraday trading fee for its most-traded iron ore futures contract – for September 2019 delivery – will be raised to 2.5 per ten thousand (0.025%) of the