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Iraq - International Petroleum Exchange
 
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T/I: 10:26:46 The International Petroleum Exchange in London was on Tuesday (10/12) keenly awaiting the resumption of Iraqi oil exports for the first time in six years. SHOWS: LONDON, UK WS trading floor International Petroleum Exchange, Vs board and traders, pull in to show trader's face, CU board showing headline on board about Iraqi oil, pan across board Vs traders, board 1.35 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fb265f741a53e64d95659925a268a8ee Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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What is INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXCHANGE? What does INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXCHANGE mean?
 
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What is INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXCHANGE? What does INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXCHANGE mean? INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXCHANGE meaning - INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXCHANGE definition - INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXCHANGE explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The International Petroleum Exchange, now ICE Futures (since 2005-04-7), based in London, was one of the world's largest energy futures and options exchanges. Its flagship commodity, Brent Crude was a world benchmark for oil prices, but the exchange also handled futures contracts and options on fuel oil, natural gas, electricity (baseload and peakload), coal contracts and, as of 22 April 2005, carbon emission allowances with the European Climate Exchange (ECX). The IPE was acquired by the Intercontinental Exchange in 2001. The IPE was an open outcry exchange until 7 April 2005, when its name was changed to ICE Futures and all trading was shifted onto an electronic trading platform. Until the 1970s, the price of oil was relatively stable with production largely controlled by the biggest oil companies. During that decade two oil price shocks led to continued price volatility in the market; short-term physical markets evolved, and the need to hedge emerged. A group of energy and futures companies founded the IPE in 1980, and the first contract, for gas oil futures, was launched the following year. In June 1988, the IPE launched Brent Crude futures. Since its inception, oil futures and latterly options have been traded in pits on the trading floor using the open outcry system. As business volumes have grown, the IPE has moved location several times to accommodate new pits and more traders. The Exchange has experienced incremental growth, year-on-year for most of its history. Complexity, but also efficiency have increased as new trading instruments such as swaps, futures, and options have been developed. Since 1997, the ICE Futures has expanded its offerings from Brent Crude and Gas Oil to include Natural Gas (1997), Electricity (2004), and ECX carbon financial instruments (2005). These expansions have allowed ICE Futures to offer a wider range of energy products. More advanced transactions are also now possible, due to cross- and multi-product transactions, which eliminate the need to use multiple markets or an adviser.
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Oil prices rise on stock market following OPEC meeting
 
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1. Various exteriors of the International Petroleum Exchange 2. Various of trading inside STORYLINE: World oil prices were volatile on Thursday as divisions widened between the United States and Russia over possible military action against Iraq. At London's International Petroleum Exchange, Benchmark Brent crude was unchanged at $28.32 a barrel, within a dollar of year-highs touched last week. U-S light sweet crude - that reflects sulphur density - was 16 cents weaker at $29.32. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/39a8b959c37bc32c177d58af50a9de6b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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International Petroleum Exchange
 
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An Easy Overview Of The International Petroleum Exchange
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Bund Nov 95
 
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LIFFE BUND PIT 1995
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Europe's last old-school trading floor moves home
 
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London's metal traders used to conduct their business in a rowdy coffee house. Two centuries later, they are still shouting across Europe's last open-outcry trading floor but in a plush new hi-tech office.
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LIFFE - London International Financial Futures Exchange
 
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An old video from the LIFFE exchange. Lots of old faces on there.
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International Petroleum Exchange | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Petroleum_Exchange 00:00:48 1 History 00:01:56 2 Contracts Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts "There is only one good, knowledge, and one evil, ignorance." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= The International Petroleum Exchange, now ICE Futures (since 2005-04-7), based in London, was one of the world's largest energy futures and options exchanges. Its flagship commodity, Brent Crude was a world benchmark for oil prices, but the exchange also handled futures contracts and options on fuel oil, natural gas, electricity (baseload and peakload), coal contracts and, as of 22 April 2005, carbon emission allowances with the European Climate Exchange (ECX). The IPE was acquired by the Intercontinental Exchange in 2001. The IPE was an open outcry exchange until 7 April 2005, when its name was changed to ICE Futures and all trading was shifted onto an electronic trading platform.
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Traders comment as oil price reaches all time high
 
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New York City - 14 May, 2004 1. Trading floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange 2. Oil Traders bidding on the floor 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eric Bolling, Independent Energy Trader "We actually traded, 41.15 was a prior record, we traded 41.50 early this morning, and then we retraced down below 41.00. Right now we're hovering around 41-and-a-quarter or so. So we've actually made a new record high, an all-time high in the exchange, and we'll see what happens from here". 4. Oil traders bidding 5. Sign above the New York Mercantile Exchange 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eric Bolling, Independent Energy Trader "We have a situation, where going into a driving season, we should be building stockpiles of gasoline, and we're building nothing, actually drawing on our our gas. So we're about to enter a driving season with very high demand and very high prices already. So watching the gasoline market, it's kind of keeping the crude oil market in place, higher above that 40 dollar area." FILE 7. Various US oil refineries 8. Aerial oil drilling rig New York City - 14 May, 2004 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eric Bolling, Independent Energy Trader "You know, a lot of that initial run up to 40 dollars is based on war fears, so this has a lot more to do with fundamentals, gasoline pricing being very strong, demands for oil around the world, Chinese demand, Russia saying that they may not be able to meet their commitments. So a lot of this price, this time, has to do more with fundamentals, than a knee-jerk reaction due to a geopolitical situation like a war with Iraq." 10. Oil traders bidding on the floor. STORYLINE: The spot month contract for light sweet crude oil reached a new record of $41.50 early on Friday before retreating to around $41.32 per barrel in the middle of the trading day on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Oil prices had soared to a record Thursday on the Exchange, crossing $41 a barrel and settling at the highest point in the 21-year-history of crude futures trading in New York. The previous high was $41.07 on October 11, 1990, in the run-up to the Persian Gulf War. That day, Brent blend crude oil futures settled at $41.15 on London's International Petroleum Exchange. Some oil traders expressed a view that there is already a war or fear premium built into the price of crude oil, and that the current rise had more to do with fundamentals, and a short-supply of gasoline at the onset of the summer driving season. Loss of oil production in Iraq, coupled with lower production in Nigeria and Venezuela, has worsened the situation, and another factor is the exploding demand from China, and the inability of Russia to meet its commitments. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/855f96bc7e939cc6d325ceae967e9845 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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London Fox Commodities Trading Floor
 
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The London Futures & Options Exchange back in the 1990's. Sugar, coffee & cocoa trading floor open outcry trading Futures & Options
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Open Outcry Trading - IPE/ LIFFE
 
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Extract from Planet Oil on BBC2
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trading floor
 
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Курс торговли на фондовом рынке. Тема 2. Где и чем торгуют.
 
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• London Metal Exchange, United Kingdom http://www.lme.co.uk – Лондонская биржа металлов, крупнейший международный рынок цветных металлов; • International Petroleum Exchange, http://www.ipe.uk.com IPE – Международная нефтяная биржа в Лондоне; • Chicago Mercantile Exchange, United States http://www.cme.com, CME - Чикагская товарная биржа, одна из старейших бирж мира; • Chicago Board of Trade, United States http://www.cboe.com CBOT, CBT – крупнейшая в мире срочная товарная биржа http://www.cbot.com; • New York Mercantile Exchange, http://www.nymex.com NYMEX/COMEX – Нью-йоркская товарная биржа, одна из ведущих бирж мира; • Tokyo Grain Exchange, Japan http://www.tge.or.jpТоварная биржа с/х продуктов (зерновые). • New York Stock Exchange http://www.nyse.com, NYSE – Нью-йоркская фондовая биржа, крупнейшая фондовая биржа мира; • AMEX http://www.amex.com, вторая по значению фондовая биржа США; • NASDAQ http://www.nasdaq.com, National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations - система компьютеризированной внебиржевой котировки акций в США, ведущая торговая площадка акций высокотехнологичных компаний; • Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Germany http://www.exchange.de; • Gruppe Deutsche Boerse http://www.deutsche-boerse.com Группа компаний «Немецкая биржа», часто используется обозначение XETRA; • London Stock Exchange, http://www.londonstockexchange.co.uk LSE – Лондонская фондовая биржа, третья в мире по объему операций; • London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, United Kingdom http://www.liffe.com, LIFFE – Лондонская международная биржа финансовых фьючерсов, крупнейшая в Западной Европе срочная финансовая биржа; • Shanghai Stock Exchange, www.sse.com.cn/sseportal/en_us/ps/home.shtml; • Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, Hong Kong http://www.sehk.com.hk; • Hong Kong Futures Exchange, Hong Kong http://www.hkfe.com Cрочная биржа Гонконга представляет Азию; • Tokyo Stock Exchange, Japan http://www.tse.or.jp TSE - Токийская фондовая биржа, главная в Японии и вторая в мире по объему операций фондовая биржа; • Stock Exchange of Singapore (SES), Singapore http://www.ses.com.sg Сингапурская фондовая биржа, один из центров международной торговли. Московская межбанковская валютная биржа (ММВБ, micex.ru) Российская торговая система (РТС, rts.ru)
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Top Capitalist About Oil Trading
 
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Click the link below to get your Top Capitalist account. https://www.topcapitalist.com/...ref...tcreview Top Capitalist About Oil Trading One of the most widely traded and robust international commodity is crude oil. Often referred to as "black gold", oil is one of the most widely watched markets all across the world. Day in and day out, online traders punt on this precious commodity. There are two types of crude oil that are traded online. They are: Brent Crude (UK), which is also known as Light Sweet, and The Western Texas Intermediate (US). The oil is traded in barrels against US Dollar. However, with the advancement in technology and growth of online trading industry, oil is purchased online in lots. 100 units of oil form a mini lot. Online Oil trading involves high rewards and high risks. When you are dealing in oil, you need to keep yourself updated with oil market every day. Some factors that affect the volatility of crude oil includes: supply and demand considerations, global economics and political tensions. Oil is also traded in future contracts and spot transactions. It is being traded online all over the world by international traders in very large volumes. Two very important trading exchanges of oil are International Petroleum Exchange (IPE) and NYMEX. The major reason why oil trading is becoming popular among online traders is that by trading oil online, you can diversify your portfolio. Also, it is a very high gain commodity compared to even precious metals like gold and silver. Unlike gas and precious metals (silver and gold), oil is a comparatively new commodity. Oil became an immensely valuable resource only when the invention of fuel powered automobiles occurred. Oil, then, imitated a world wide industry around mining and processing. Since the time oil has been used as a fuel, there has been some oil trading firms that enabled traders to contemplate on prices of oil. In the present era, there are innumerable companies and jobs that are dependent on oil. The condition is persisting, despite the rising awareness on the issue of our dependence on crude oil which is very problematic since it is a non-renewable resource. Almost every country on this planet is dependent on oil heavily even though only a very small number of them have considerable oil resources. Because of the factors that are outside the economic policy spectrum and yet affects the market price of oil, crude oil has become a politically influenced product. Along with the economic announcements, you must also pay heed to the dominant foreign policy decisions when decided which way the market of oil is going to turn. Two very recent examples of foreign policy issues to follow are the Arab Spring Revolutions and their after effects and the tension existent between Iran and America. We help you trade in oil online with total ease. On our online trading website we keep you updated with the events that influence oil trading and other events occurring in the oil market. This can help you in taking a wise and better investment decision. With the help of our investment plans, you can make up to 24% profit on your investments on oil. Thanks to the technology and online oil trading industry, you can now buy countless barrels of oil at the click of a bottom from the very comfort of your home. Online trading of oil is one of the most lucrative activities. Join hands with us and learn the expertise of trading in oil online easily. To get your free Top Capitalist account click the link below. https://www.topcapitalist.com/...ref...tcreview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUtH_4ZS0jY
World oil prices fall following Iraq's decision
 
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1. Wide shot of traders shouting at International Petroleum Exchange 2. Traders gesture and shout 3. Trader yells for attention 4. Dealers bent over banks of telephones 5. Dealers with phones to each ear 6. Wide shot of traders shouting 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert Laughlin, GNI Energy "Prices opened sharply lower this morning on the back of the news that the Iraqis had given the letter to the UN and given unconditional access to the weapons inspectors. That's what the world has been waiting for, but the Americans at the moment don't seem to be totally satisfied. We know they are looking for change in regime and change in government." 8. Justin Urquart Stewart at investment seminar 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Justin Urquart Stewart, Seven Investment Management "So far we have seen an immediate reaction in the price of oil. Any reduction in tension would immediately make the price of oil go down. Anything that actually eases that price fall will help the global economy. Where it is at the moment means it's a significant extra cost, and recoveries in economies are often tied to the price of oil, and at this sort of price, it's very difficult for an economy to try and recover and have that vital confidence coming back." 10. Car arrives at petrol station 11. Drivers put petrol into car 12. Wide of petrol station STORYLINE: An offer by Iraq to readmit U-N weapons inspectors has pushed crude oil prices sharply lower and is likely to take some of the pressure off OPEC to raise production this week. The United States and other large oil importers have been alarmed to see oil prices hovering near 30 U-S dollars per barrel, which some fear could harm the chances for an economic recovery. But OPEC has been divided about whether it should agree to pump more. The key OPEC player, Saudi Arabia, hasn't committed itself. Analysts say the price has been inflated by two to four U-S dollars per barrel on a "war premium" that developed on the belief that U-S President George W Bush might soon order an attack on Iraq to try to remove President Saddam Hussein from power. That poses a potential threat to oil supplies, particularly if it stirs turmoil in the Middle East, although some members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) indicated the group would step in quickly to make up for any shortfall. Although Washington dismissed Iraq's offer on the weapons inspectors as a "tactical step," it alters the short-term scenario for OPEC. There were noisy scenes at the International Petroleum Exchange in London on Tuesday as traders scrambled to offload supplies. But prices crept up again later in the day after Washington said Baghdad's move might not be enough. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a03be80daefdab051fab8a688fd5be4e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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CONTRATO FUTURO CRUDE OIL CLM6
 
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Datos relevantes acerca del contrato futuro Crude oil WTI CLM6
Oil prices steady after hitting 21 year high
 
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SHOTLIST London, July 29, 2004 APTN 1. Pan across trading floor of oil exchange 2. Traders shouting 3. Wide of trading floor with electronic price board in background 4. Close up of electronic board showing price of Brent crude 5. Wide shot traders shouting, pan up to electronic price board 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Henk Potts, oil analyst: "We know there's huge demand out there at the moment. We have a booming economy. It's growing at the fastest rate in four years around the world. There's a very strong demand from China. We're in the middle of the US driving season, when all the families jump into their cars and drive down to Disneyland. It creates a huge demand for fuel, with people turning on air conditioning machines. So the last thing the market wanted to see was a squeeze on the supply side of the equation. But that's what it looks like we're going to get from Yukos. And if it escalates and they can't produce any more oil, that will really scare people in the market, with oil futures set to go higher." 7. File of Shell petrol station 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Henk Potts, oil analyst: "Remember, the past few months have been an extremely embarrassing time for Shell. They've had to come to the market and say: 'We simply don't have as much oil as we thought. We've had to downgrade our proven oil reserves a number of times.' We haven't got over that hurdle yet. They're still working with the regulators. When you're an analyst and you look at that, it sends a shock wave through the brain. It tells you although things may be getting better, we're not there yet, and that poses a real problem." APTN File, Rumeila oil field, Iraq, April 2003 9. File of oil pumping from the Rumeila oil field, Iraq, April 2003 STORYLINE Oil prices eased back on Thursday from 21-year highs at the International Petroleum Exchange in London. Amid rowdy scenes on the trading floor, the benchmark price of Brent crude dropped almost fifty cents at one point, but remained well above 39 dollars. In London, contracts of Brent crude for September delivery traded at $39.21 in morning trading on the International Petroleum Exchange, down from Wednesday's high of $39.68 a barrel. That had beaten the previous all-time high of $39.65 on Oct. 12, 1990, when Iraqi troops invaded Kuwait. Market turmoil was linked to the collapse of the Russian energy giant Yukos, and legal moves that could force the company to stop pumping oil. But on Thursday Russia's Justice Ministry said it had lifted a freeze on the property of three subsidiaries of the Yukos oil company. Yukos _ which currently produces two per cent of the world's oil _ had said those orders could shut off the production flow within days. Oil expert Henk Potts from Barclays Capital said the Yukos crisis could still drive prices still higher, at the height of the US driving season. Adding to the nervous mood among oil traders was the news on Thursday that Shell has been fined 82.7 pounds sterling by authorities in the US and the UK after overstating oil reserves. Potts said Shell's admission had sent a shock wave through the investment community. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/96f1c3466a8d84991da6208765044255 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Petróleo, ¿futuro o pasado? [Promo]
 
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Petróleo, ¿futuro o pasado?
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Contrato de futuros - Oro
 
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Trabajo academico
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Why Open Out Cry?
 
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International Study Tour - Yossi tours the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp in Berlin
 
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Deakin's School of Accounting, Economic and Finance offers an International Study Program that blends traditional study with experiential learning. Spanning Australia, Thailand and Europe, the three week tour offers a unique opportunity to learn more about trade and finance in Asia and Europe. This video features diary entry 5 from student, Yossi. https://study-abroad.deakin.edu.au/
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EBF 301 Energy Financial Derivatives - Spreads
 
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This video was created for Penn State's EBF 301: Global Finance for the Earth, Energy, and Materials Industries, (https://www.e-education.psu.edu/ebf301/), with the assistance of Tom Seng and the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute (https://www.e-education.psu.edu/).
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Commodity Futures Trading Part 3: Jobs, License, Margins, Meaning, How to (1989)
 
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The recent history of these exchanges (Aug 2006) finds the Chicago Mercantile Exchange trading more than 70% of its Futures contracts on its "Globex" trading platform and this trend is rising daily. It counts for over $45.5 billion of nominal trade (over 1 million contracts) every single day in "electronic trading" as opposed to open outcry trading of futures, options and derivatives. In June 2001 IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) acquired the International Petroleum Exchange (IPE), now ICE Futures, which operated Europe's leading open-outcry energy futures exchange. Since 2003 ICE has partnered with the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) to host its electronic marketplace. In April 2005 the entire ICE portfolio of energy futures became fully electronic. In 2005, The Africa Mercantile Exchange (AfMX®) became the first African commodities market to implement an automated system for the dissemination of market data and information online in real-time through a wide network of computer terminals. As at the end of 2007, AfMX® had developed a system of secure data storage providing online services for brokerage firms. The year 2010, saw the exchange unveil a novel system of electronic trading, known as After®. After® extends the potential volume of processing of information and allows the Exchange to increase its overall volume of trading activities. In 2006 the New York Stock Exchange teamed up with the Amsterdam-Brussels-Lisbon-Paris Exchanges "Euronext" electronic exchange to form the first transcontinental futures and options exchange. These two developments as well as the sharp growth of internet futures trading platforms developed by a number of trading companies clearly points to a race to total internet trading of futures and options in the coming years. In terms of trading volume, the National Stock Exchange of India in Mumbai is the largest stock futures trading exchange in the world, followed by JSE Limited in Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa. Exchange-traded contracts are standardized by the exchanges where they trade. The contract details what asset is to be bought or sold, and how, when, where and in what quantity it is to be delivered. The terms also specify the currency in which the contract will trade, minimum tick value, and the last trading day and expiry or delivery month. Standardized commodity futures contracts may also contain provisions for adjusting the contracted price based on deviations from the "standard" commodity, for example, a contract might specify delivery of heavier USDA Number 1 oats at par value but permit delivery of Number 2 oats for a certain seller's penalty per bushel. Before the market opens on the first day of trading a new futures contract, there is a specification but no actual contracts exist. Futures contracts are not issued like other securities, but are "created" whenever Open interest increases; that is, when one party first buys (goes long) a contract from another party (who goes short). Contracts are also "destroyed" in the opposite manner whenever Open interest decreases because traders resell to reduce their long positions or rebuy to reduce their short positions. Speculators on futures price fluctuations who do not intend to make or take ultimate delivery must take care to "zero their positions" prior to the contract's expiry. After expiry, each contract will be settled, either by physical delivery (typically for commodity underlyings) or by a cash settlement (typically for financial underlyings). The contracts ultimately are not between the original buyer and the original seller, but between the holders at expiry and the exchange. Because a contract may pass through many hands after it is created by its initial purchase and sale, or even be liquidated, settling parties do not know with whom they have ultimately traded. Compare this with other securities, in which there is a primary market when an issuer issues the security, and a secondary market where the security is later traded independently of the issuer. Legally, the security represents an obligation of the issuer rather than the buyer and seller; even if the issuer buys back some securities, they still exist. Only if they are legally cancelled can they disappear. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Future_trading
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Sierra Chart Live Trades  16th August Russell TF Futures
 
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Sierra Chart Live Trades 16th August Russell TF Futures.How To Trade.Real Alerts Time Spread Betting Signals.Please make sure to sign up for free signals by taking a trial at http://www.sceeto.com Please also check out http://www.binaryforecast.com for monitoring Emini trend free. Sceeto is a set of real time indicators that monitor the order flow or buy sell flow orders coming in and out of the markets meaning you get a real time signal or alert as to the way the big companies, trading houses and banks are trading before the price and momentum change so you can jump on moves a lot earlier than other day traders giving you a distinct adavantage over every one else. You have to trade with the bots....i.e the trading robots or HFT sysyems (high frequency trading) and program trading computers these huge companies and trading houses have. Sceeto helps you do this by telling you when it's happening and giving you alerts to tell you what way to expect the market to move.Once you trade with it you'll wonder how you did without it. We have Sceeto indicators for Crude Oil Futures, S&P E- Mini Futures , Euro, US Dollar Futures as well as The Russell Futures.....get the free signals sign up for a free no obligation trial at http://www.sceeto.com you'll be glad you did. Text Courtesy of Wikipedia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Chicago Produce Exchange was established in 1874, renamed the Chicago Butter and Egg Board in 1898 and then reorganised into the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) in 1919. Following the end of the postwar international gold standard, in 1972 the CME formed a division called the International Monetary Market (IMM) to offer futures contracts in foreign currencies: British pound, Canadian dollar, German mark, Japanese yen, Mexican peso, and Swiss franc. In 1881, a regional market was founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota and in 1883 introduced futures for the first time. Trading continuously since then, today the Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX) is the only exchange for hard red spring wheat futures and options.[3] The 1970s saw the development of the financial futures contracts, which allowed trading in the future value of interest rates. These (in particular the 90-day Eurodollar contract introduced in 1981) had an enormous impact on the development of the interest rate swap market. Today, the futures markets have far outgrown their agricultural origins. With the addition of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) the trading and hedging of financial products using futures dwarfs the traditional commodity markets, and plays a major role in the global financial system, trading over 1.5 trillion U.S. dollars per day in 2005.[citation needed] The recent history of these exchanges (Aug 2006) finds the Chicago Mercantile Exchange trading more than 70% of its Futures contracts on its "Globex" trading platform and this trend is rising daily. It counts for over 45.5 Billion dollars of nominal trade (over 1 million contracts) every single day in "electronic trading" as opposed to open outcry trading of Futures, Options and Derivatives. In June 2001, IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) acquired the International Petroleum Exchange (IPE), now ICE Futures, which operated Europe's leading open-outcry energy futures exchange. Since 2003, ICE has partnered with the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) to host its electronic marketplace. In April 2005, the entire ICE portfolio of energy futures became fully electronic. In 2006, the New York Stock Exchange teamed up with the Amsterdam-Brussels-Lisbon-Paris Exchanges "Euronext" electronic exchange to form the first transcontinental Futures and Options Exchange. These two developments as well as the sharp growth of internet Futures trading platforms developed by a number of trading companies clearly points to a race to total internet trading of Futures and Options in the coming years.[original research?] In terms of trading volume, the National Stock Exchange of India in Mumbai is the largest stock futures trading exchange in the world, followed by JSE Limited in Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa.[4] http://t.co/CRbBw17z links to our July Charts http://t.co/qjSjqjI3 August charts http://t.co/6EE0DK5f here are links to more September charts http://t.co/Rurra1Kv October charts
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Oil prices stay above US$78 after reaching record highs
 
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SHOTLIST AP Television FILE: New York City, date unknown 1. Pan left of New York Mercantile Exchange floor AP Television New York City, September 12, 2007 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ira Eckstein, President, Area International Trading Corporation: "Let's see if we can hold it, 78.77 was our previous intra-day high, let's see if we can close above that. I think that will also signal another bullish trend above 80 maybe mid 80's." AP Television FILE: New York City, date unknown 3. Mid of New York Mercantile Exchange floor AP Television New York City, September 12, 2007 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ira Eckstein, President, Area International Trading Corporation: "It came into the market yesterday, but you know, obviously that would be bearish if they put any more production onto the market and we rallied 74 cents. So, my feeling is the more OPEC puts on the market, the less spare capacity they have in case of any kind of supply disruption." AP Television FILE: Date and location unknown 5. Mid of oil rig workers 6. Wide fly-over shot of oil rig STORYLINE: Oil prices held above 78 US dollars a barrel on Wednesday after finishing at a record close the previous session as a production increase from OPEC failed to calm market concerns about the availability of supplies for winter in the Northern Hemisphere. Light, sweet crude for October delivery fell 3 cents to 78.20 US dollars a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange by afternoon in Europe. It had risen 74 cents on Tuesday to settle at 78.23 US dollars a barrel - 2 cents higher than the previous record close on July 31. That came after an announced increase in output by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries did not reassure markets about the ability of producers to meet strong demand in the final quarter of the year, analysts said. Ira Eckstein, president of Area International Trading Corporation, sees the price increase as a very bullish sign oil will continue to be up long term as long as mercantile closes on oil with a price above its previous intra-day price: "Let's see if we can hold it, 78.77 was our previous intra-day high, let's see if we can close above that. I think that also signal another trend above 80 maybe mid 80's," said Eckstein. October Brent crude gained 10 cents at 76.39 US dollars a barrel on the ICE futures in London. The supply and demand balance, though, was slightly muddied when the Paris-based International Energy Agency lowered its world oil demand growth forecast for this year on Wednesday to 1.7 percent from 1.8 percent a month ago, and for next year to 2.4 percent from 2.5 percent. The energy watchdog cited a mix of downward economic revisions, high energy prices and mild weather for cutting its growth outlook for this year by 100,000 barrels a day to 85.9 (m) million barrels a day, and for next year by 70,000 barrels a day to 88 (m) million barrels a day. The IEA also said it is as yet unlikely that oil demand in the U.S. and key emerging economies will fall dramatically following the subprime crisis that has roiled global financial markets in recent weeks. The short-term weaker demand picture also saw the agency cut its implied need for oil from OPEC in the coming two quarters by 300,000 barrels a day, to 32.8 (m) million barrels a day and 32.1 (m) million barrels a day, respectively. OPEC, which produces about 40 percent of the world's oil, announced its decision to boost output by 500,000 barrels a day starting November 1 at a meeting on Tuesday. The news didn't stem any kind of a price, in fact, the opposite happened and oil prices continued to climb. Eckstein sees the move as one that may lead to a more bearish market if there is a sudden increase in oil demand: day. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2e94aeb68d00d8f69604fa6d4cc9bfb1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 20 AP Archive
Latin America 2010 - Presidents Debate & Social Entrepreneurs Award
 
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http://www.weforum.org/ 07.04.2010 How can Latin America become a more prosperous, democratic, integrated and globally relevant region over the next decade? A disucssion with Álvaro Colom Caballeros, Fernando Armindo Lugo Méndez, Ricardo Martinelli, José Alberto Mujica Cordano, Alvaro Uribe Velez, and Klaus Schwab
Views: 9591 World Economic Forum
WRAP Iraqi Cabinet approves BP's offer on Rumaila oil field, oil deal expert
 
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(1 Jul 2009) Baghdad, Iraq - 1 July 2009 1. Set-up shot of spokesman of Iraqi government Ali al-Dabbagh in his office 2. Close-up of Iraqi flag 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Ali al-Dabbagh, spokesman of the Iraqi government "Iraqi government decided to approve the offer being submitted by British Petroleum and CNPC, the Chinese company, which they had offered to increase the production to its peak, which is 2.85 (m) million barrels per day, from the current production which is 950,000 barrel per day, with remuneration fees of two (US) dollars per barrel, for the increment in the production. The Iraqi government as well decided not to accept the offers of the other companies, as they refused to reduce the remuneration fee from their prices, their quote to the prices, and to the quote which the minister of oil had decided." Rumaila oil field, south of Baghdad, Iraq - 28 June 2009 4. Various shots of refinery and workers at Rumaila oil field 5. Various shots of fire emanating from top of tower New York, United States - 1 July 2009 6. Wide of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ray Carbone, Paramount Options: "The worry is the nationalisation of oil assets, the reliability of the government in Iraq to honour agreements. We have seen this happen in Russia and we have seen it happen in other countries where much money is spent on the developmental side only to have that investment snuffed out by changing terms and I think that's what is being weighed here by all of the participants." 8. Medium close up of traders on NYMEX floor 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Ray Carbone, Paramount Options: "Well this fits a pattern that we have seen over the last five years of China being a very aggressive pursuer of energy assets. It does not surprise me in the least that China is a part of this deal. They have been expanding and growing rapidly in the third world in Africa especially and I am sure they would like to get into Iraq and this is a way for them to do it, spreading out some of the risk." 10. Wide of NYMEX floor STORYLINE: Iraq's government on Wednesday approved a BP-led consortium's offer to develop a giant oil field in the south, moving forward with the only deal struck during a much-hyped, but ultimately disappointing, international oil auction. Iraq, which is desperate for cash to fund its reconstruction efforts, had put six oil and two gas fields on offer on Tuesday to foreign firms in the country's first international oil licensing round in over three decades. But the auction - opposed from the start by many of the country's lawmakers - failed to elicit the kind of excitement or commitments Iraqi oil officials had anticipated. British giant BP and its Chinese consortium partner CNPC walked away from the auction with development rights for the 17.8 (b) billion barrel Rumaila field. But their win came only after they agreed to take less money for the oil they produced. Under the service contracts, the companies are paid a per barrel price for production over a minimum target level. BP and CNPC had bid 3.99 US dollars per barrel, but slashed their price to the two US dollars per barrel payment sought by the oil ministry. Their only rivals for the fields, a consortium led by US giant Exxon Mobil, refused to amend its offer of 4.80 US dollars per barrel on a target production of 3.1 (m) million barrels per day. The Cabinet of ministers signed off on the BP deal, government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said. The government did not say when the signing would take place. He billed it as the answer to Iraq's cash crunch, and the lacklustre showing could further embolden his critics. Carbone also said that China's involvement in the bidding process matches a pattern that has emerged in previous years. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8f1e3cce1c661b62ed0f4ac401969b69 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 148 AP Archive
pit 1
 
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Open Outcry Trading at The london International Financial Futures Exchange (LIFFE) Cannon Bridge
Views: 3098 Matt Harris
Poehali [Orbitando Satelites]
 
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Taller Orbitando Saltelites: LABoral Gijon 2011 http://movimientosinsatelite.dyndns.tv/ Sábado 19:00hs, Passamos o dia no Morro da Conceição, Construindo uma escada Removendo terra para plantar um Ipê (Amarelo?) Dando brilho nas Janelas Faltaram enxadas Faltou Pá e carrinhos de mão Faltaram Pessoas pra dividirem o feijão conosco mas estávamos conectados com os Sem Satélite Pairava o espírito do novo Android (ele quer nos abduzir), Mas talvez ainda reinasse o relógio, ainda com o calendário de Constantino e os pactos dos Reis e Papas de Tordesillas, Greenwich Meridian Time sob nossas cabeças. Quem sabe um dia Poderemos ler pensamentos muito além das Timezones. Saturday 19:00 pm, We spent the day in Morro da Conceicao, Building a staircase Removing land to plant a Ipe (Yellow?) Giving brightness in Windows Missing hoes Missed Shovel and wheelbarrows People missed us to split the bean but were connected with No Satellite Hovered the spirit of the new Android (he wants to abduct us) But perhaps even reigned the clock, even with the timeframe of Constantine and the covenants of the Kings and Popes of Tordesillas, Greenwich Meridian Time in our heads. Maybe one day We can read minds far beyond the Timezones. Saturday 19:00 at Consumpsimus in diebus morro da Koancaisau, Gradus Building Petroleum Exchange International, terra remotio plant (flava?) Fenestra videt claritatem Missing bidentis Wheelbarrows rutrum desiderata People nobis desiderari Fabas split Sed quae non satellite Spiritus volans novum robot (vellet abducere us) Nisi forte rex horologium Etiam tempore Constantini regum amicitias Popes Tordesillas, Greenwich Meridian capita tempus. Maybe unus dies Legimus ultra Vicis Plaga animos. Mercoledì alle 19:00 Hanno distrutto il danno nei giorni di Morro Koancaisau, Gradi di costruzione International Petroleum Exchange, la terra della rimozione della pianta (giallo?) Windows vedrai la gloria di Mancare la zappa Carriole Rutrum la perdita di Le persone a noi desiderato dividere i fagioli Ma le cose non nel satellite di Lo spirito di un nuovo robot volanti (voluto portare via noi), e A meno che, forse, il re del clock Anche al tempo di Costantino i papi del amicizia del re di Tordesillas, I capi del tempo del meridiano di Greenwich. Forse un giorno Abbiamo letto tutte le zone più tempo sul posto. Dimecres a les 19:00 Van destruir el dany en els dies de Morro Koancaisau, Graus de la construcció International Petroleum Exchange, la terra de l'eliminació de la (groc?) Windows veuràs la glòria de Falta aixada Carretons Rutrum pèrdua La gent que volia dividir els grans Però les coses no són al satèl.lit L'esperit d'un nou robots voladors (volem portar), i Llevat que, potser, el rei del rellotge Fins i tot en l'època de Constantí, els papes de l'amistat del rei de Tordesillas Els líders del temps del meridià de Greenwich. Potser un dia Hem llegit tots els que més temps sobre el terreny. Miércoles a las 19:00 Destruyeron el daño en los días de Morro Koancaisau, Grados de la construcción International Petroleum Exchange, la tierra de la eliminación de la (amarillo?) Windows verás la gloria de Falta azada Carretillas Rutrum pérdida La gente que quería dividir los grandes Pero las cosas no están en el satélite El espíritu nuevo robots voladores (queremos llevó) y Salvo que, quizá, el rey del reloj Incluso en la época de Constantino, los papas de la amistad del rey de Tordesillas Los líderes del tiempo del meridiano de Greenwich. Quizás un día Hemos leído todos los que más tiempo sobre el terreno. Quarta-feira às 19:00 Eles destruíram os danos nos dias de Morro Koancaisau, Construção Graus International Petroleum Exchange, a terra da eliminação do (amarelo?) Windows ver a glória de Falta enxada Rutrum perda de caminhões Pessoas que queriam dividir grandes Mas as coisas não estão no satélite O novo espírito que voam os robôs (que tomou) e Exceto, talvez, o rei do relógio Mesmo na época de Constantino, os papas da amizade do rei de Tordesilhas Os líderes de Greenwich. Talvez um dia Nós lemos todos os tempos a mais no chão. Glerm Soares
Views: 582 ale0duq
LIFFE MOVE TO CANNON BRIDGE
 
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BBC news clip of the move to Cannon Bridge
Views: 3989 Mike Gladwin
LONDON COMMODITY EXCHANGE.-St.Catherines Dock.
 
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THAMES NEWS. 10.6.87.LONDON COMMODITY EXCHANGE,ST.CATHERINES DOCK NEW SHARES TRADING CENTRE2TRADING
Views: 521 Thames News
LIFFE FLOOR
 
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PLAY TIME ON THE LIFFE FLOOR
Views: 1279 Mike Gladwin
LIFFE antics
 
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C.1999
Views: 280 cousin dave
Liffe trading Floor. Cannonbridge London (poor quality)
 
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Floor traders dressed down & fooling around. Many booths are empty as the redundcies kicked in, the end of open outcry trading pre the advent of the computer trading platforms circa 1999. The video bears a stark contrast to the professionsl busy trading floor it once was housng c 3500 staff
Views: 274 cousin dave
Liffe
 
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Send
Views: 23 Charlie Kirlew
Chatting about L.I.F.F.E & life as a PT - is being specialised enough?
 
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Jayne & Ray discuss what happens when you are blown off-guard by what is around the corner. Ray was a L.I.F.F.E trader - replaced by computers overnight, he was a chain PT replaced by in-house over night and now has a great business with a broader view of long-term sustainability in the industry while still remaining specialised.
Views: 269 groupxtraining
EBF 301 Crude Oil Logistics
 
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This video was created for Penn State's EBF 301: Global Finance for the Earth, Energy, and Materials Industries, (https://www.e-education.psu.edu/ebf301/), with the assistance of Tom Seng and the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute (https://www.e-education.psu.edu/).
Views: 3606 Dutton Institute
LIFFE Short Sterling 1996
 
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LIFFE Floor Short Sterling 1996
Views: 633 Mike Gladwin
Woodsy's World - Episode 1
 
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In the first of a series of vlogs, Jason 'Woodsy' Wood looks back on his early years 25 years ago on the LIFFE trading floor at the Royal Exchange and some of the big events that were relevant at the beginning of the 90s.
Inside LME - Open outcry ring trading inside London Metal Exchange
 
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The video is for educational purpose. Respect those professionals hard-working down there. Like NYSE EuroNext and LSE which trades equities, London Metal Exchange trades commodities - Copper, Aluminium, Nickel, Zinc, etc in form of futures. This is how the actual ring trading looks like - seeing how ring dealers/brokerages trade with each other. Their group effort will decide the daily benchmark price for different metals, which are the basis for thousands/millions of contracts worldwide. Nice to see this in real eyes, highly recommend an educational visit to LME and understand how important the exchange is in the market. LME is located on 56 Leadenhall St, London, worth a visit :)
Views: 25197 Travel with Louie
Beijing lanzará próximamente su primer sistema de futuros de petróleo
 
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China lanzará pronto su primer sistema de futuros de petróleo. Se trata del último intento de Beijing por competir con las instituciones de fijación de precios globales, como S&P. China es el mayor importador de crudo del mundo. El país asiático adquirió 381 millones de toneladas de petróleo en 2016, lo que supone un incremento interanual de un 13,6 por ciento . Los analistas consideran que el sistema de futuros de China le otorgará a Beijing el poder en la fijación de precios globales. El comercio en yuanes también ayudará a estabilizar los precios nacionales del crudo y a garantizar una cobertura contra los cambios de precios de los mercados financieros globales. Suscríbanos en YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CGTNenEspañol Síganos en: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnenespanol Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnenespanol Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtnenespanol/
Views: 32 CGTN en Español
ELN - The Daily Market Report - 12th July 2016
 
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Energy Live News brings you The Daily Market Report provided by npower. The npower Optimisation Desk team use technical terms when they are presenting the latest energy market news. For clarification of any terms, please check below. If you’d like to know more about our Energy Market services, please contact the team: [email protected] All electricity volumes are expressed in MW and all prices are expressed in £/MWh. All gas volumes are expressed in pence therm. Prompt Market Gas or electricity for delivery within the current calendar month. Gas includes Within Day, Day Ahead, Weekend and BOM contracts. Electricity includes the Day Ahead and Week Ahead contracts. Very Prompt Market Gas or electricity for delivery for the early part of the remainder of the current month. Incorporates the Within Day, Day Ahead and Weekend contracts. Spot Market The Within Day contract i.e. gas or electricity for delivery within the current trading day. Front Month Gas or electricity for delivery in the first calendar month that occurs in the future. Also known as Prompt Month. Front Quarter Gas or electricity for delivery in the first calendar quarter that occurs in the future. Also known as Prompt Quarter. Front Season Gas or electricity for delivery in the first calendar season that occurs in the future. Also known as Prompt Season. Forward Curve Relates to the period starting from the front month. Near Curve Relates to the period of the forward curve running from the front month to the beginning of the front season. Far Curve Relates to the portion of the forward curve starting at the beginning of the front season. BOM Balance of Month - relates to gas or electricity for delivery in the remainder of the current calendar month. System Margin The difference between demand and supply. Otherwise referred to as the system being long or short. Bullish Sentiment Where market conditions suggest that prices are likely to rise. Bearish Sentiment Where market conditions suggest that prices are likely to fall. Rangebound Where market conditions support neither a rise or fall in prices, therefore they stay at a similar level. Market Fundamentals Factors that principally drive the market sentiment, i.e. demand, costs, outages, power stack, etc. Volatility Measure of fluctuation in a relevant market price, calculated from the last twenty published prices for that contract. Value-at-Risk (VAR) The worst loss expected to be suffered over a given period of time with a given probability. The time period is known as the holding period, and the probability is known as the confidence interval. VAR is not an estimate of the worst possible loss, but the largest likely loss. Mark-to-Market A calculation of the value of a financial instrument (or portfolio of such instruments) at current market rates or prices of the underlying. Marking-to-market on a frequent basis is often recommended in risk management guidelines. Electricity only terms: Baseload Delivery of the same amount of electricity in each half hour period of each day in the contract. Peak Delivery of the same amount of electricity in each half hour period between the times of 07:00 - 19:00 on each weekday in the delivery period. DA LEBA Daily indices compiled by LEBA (London Energy Brokers Association). The Day Ahead Index is calculated using a volume-based, weighted average of all Day Ahead baseload trades executed in London by contributing brokers between 0700hrs and 0900hrs each day. Gas only terms: NBP National Balancing Point - A notional point in the UK national transmission system used as a delivery point for gas that is traded. For accounting and balancing purposes, all gas is said to flow through this point. DA SPECTRON The index is expressed in pence per therm (one therm = 100,000 British thermal units = 29.3071 kWh) at the British National Balancing Point (NBP). The index comprises all transactions executed through Spectron’s phone and internet-based broking systems. Legal Disclaimer: Any pricing or general market information contained within this PDF will be provided for general information purposes only , and does not constitute investment or transactional advice. Under no circumstances will such information be construed as an offer capable of acceptance or constitute a binding or enforceable contract. RWE Npower plc, RWE Trading GmbH and Npower Limited shall have no liability for any damages, losses, costs or expense suffered or incurred directly or indirectly resulting from the reliance on such advice. RWE Npower plc, RWE Trading GmbH and Npower Limited accept no liability for the accuracy of any such information or commentary provided by them or on their behalf.
ELN - The Daily Market Report - 28th June 2016
 
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Energy Live News brings you The Daily Market Report provided by npower. The npower Optimisation Desk team use technical terms when they are presenting the latest energy market news. For clarification of any terms, please check below. If you’d like to know more about our Energy Market services, please contact the team: [email protected] All electricity volumes are expressed in MW and all prices are expressed in £/MWh. All gas volumes are expressed in pence therm. Prompt Market Gas or electricity for delivery within the current calendar month. Gas includes Within Day, Day Ahead, Weekend and BOM contracts. Electricity includes the Day Ahead and Week Ahead contracts. Very Prompt Market Gas or electricity for delivery for the early part of the remainder of the current month. Incorporates the Within Day, Day Ahead and Weekend contracts. Spot Market The Within Day contract i.e. gas or electricity for delivery within the current trading day. Front Month Gas or electricity for delivery in the first calendar month that occurs in the future. Also known as Prompt Month. Front Quarter Gas or electricity for delivery in the first calendar quarter that occurs in the future. Also known as Prompt Quarter. Front Season Gas or electricity for delivery in the first calendar season that occurs in the future. Also known as Prompt Season. Forward Curve Relates to the period starting from the front month. Near Curve Relates to the period of the forward curve running from the front month to the beginning of the front season. Far Curve Relates to the portion of the forward curve starting at the beginning of the front season. BOM Balance of Month - relates to gas or electricity for delivery in the remainder of the current calendar month. System Margin The difference between demand and supply. Otherwise referred to as the system being long or short. Bullish Sentiment Where market conditions suggest that prices are likely to rise. Bearish Sentiment Where market conditions suggest that prices are likely to fall. Rangebound Where market conditions support neither a rise or fall in prices, therefore they stay at a similar level. Market Fundamentals Factors that principally drive the market sentiment, i.e. demand, costs, outages, power stack, etc. Volatility Measure of fluctuation in a relevant market price, calculated from the last twenty published prices for that contract. Value-at-Risk (VAR) The worst loss expected to be suffered over a given period of time with a given probability. The time period is known as the holding period, and the probability is known as the confidence interval. VAR is not an estimate of the worst possible loss, but the largest likely loss. Mark-to-Market A calculation of the value of a financial instrument (or portfolio of such instruments) at current market rates or prices of the underlying. Marking-to-market on a frequent basis is often recommended in risk management guidelines. Electricity only terms: Baseload Delivery of the same amount of electricity in each half hour period of each day in the contract. Peak Delivery of the same amount of electricity in each half hour period between the times of 07:00 - 19:00 on each weekday in the delivery period. DA LEBA Daily indices compiled by LEBA (London Energy Brokers Association). The Day Ahead Index is calculated using a volume-based, weighted average of all Day Ahead baseload trades executed in London by contributing brokers between 0700hrs and 0900hrs each day. Gas only terms: NBP National Balancing Point - A notional point in the UK national transmission system used as a delivery point for gas that is traded. For accounting and balancing purposes, all gas is said to flow through this point. DA SPECTRON The index is expressed in pence per therm (one therm = 100,000 British thermal units = 29.3071 kWh) at the British National Balancing Point (NBP). The index comprises all transactions executed through Spectron’s phone and internet-based broking systems. Legal Disclaimer: Any pricing or general market information contained within this PDF will be provided for general information purposes only , and does not constitute investment or transactional advice. Under no circumstances will such information be construed as an offer capable of acceptance or constitute a binding or enforceable contract. RWE Npower plc, RWE Trading GmbH and Npower Limited shall have no liability for any damages, losses, costs or expense suffered or incurred directly or indirectly resulting from the reliance on such advice. RWE Npower plc, RWE Trading GmbH and Npower Limited accept no liability for the accuracy of any such information or commentary provided by them or on their behalf.
RSC/ Heriot-Watt University Chemistry Ambassador Program
 
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Excuse me, do you have any Bunsen burners in your carry-on? You might need to check if you're one of the ANU students participating in the Heriot-Watt University Chemistry Ambassador Program. You'll be flying to Edinburgh, Scotland where you'll be immersed in the chemistry department of our partner institution, Heriot-Watt University. In December 2017 the program took twelve undergraduate ANU students for an intensive study abroad program. To find out what they did, check out this video.
Views: 140 ANU Experience