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The Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX) has released its trading volumes for the month ending January 2016, having started out the year with an upbeat performance across its equities business, according to a DGCX statement.
In particular, the exchange disclosed its January 2016 volumes that were 15.0% higher YoY than its 2015 counterpart – this was reflective of an increasingly high frequency of derivatives and emerging market (EM) currencies. For example, Indian rupee volumes during January 2016 exploded by a factor of 352% YoY from January 2015.
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