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Commodity Investment Resource Center
Asian-FTG.com announced today the launch of the next generation online Commodity Investment Resource Center developed four clients. The re-designed Commodity Resource Center offers leading-edge graphical charts that give unique insights into the commodities market at a glance, and a host of advanced tools and search functionality enabling customers of all skill levels to invest in commodities with greater ease, insight and speed.
“Most investors understand that commodity trading is a very profitable way to boost your returns. However, they are underutilized or wrong utilized because many investors don’t know how to research and select commodities and investment strategies in commodities.” said Paul Livingstone, Asian FTG’s Head of trading and Vice President of Investing. “So we’ve rebuilt the Asian FTG Commodity Investing experience from the top down to make buying and selling commodities as seamless, intuitive and straightforward as buying a stock.”http://www.asian-ftg.com/
The new Commodity Resource Center supports a full range of fixed income investing needs — for novice investors through expert traders — with new features, such as:
Strategy Analyzer – Run historical tests and analyze the performance of your automated trading strategies.
Market Analyzer – A turbo-charged quote sheet allowing you to monitor, sort and rank hundreds of instruments in real time.
Asian FTG Expands Commodity Suite of Thermal Coal Assessments for China and Greater Asia
Data aids price discovery & risk management of China’s domestic and imported coal
Asian-FTG.com a premium source of benchmark price assessments commodities today announced it has further expanded its suite of pricing references for China and the greater Asia-Pacific region with the launch of two new thermal coal price assessments for the Chinese market.
“The two price assessments are designed to complement each other by providing a quick and straightforward way for traders and other interested parties to compare the prices of domestic and imported thermal coal in the Chinese market and immediately determine whether there is price arbitrage advantages favoring one type or the other,” said James Hester, Asian FTG Senior Coal Trader.
The new assessments capture physical spot prices for domestic and imported thermal coal with a calorific value of 5,500 kilocalories per kilogram (kcal/kg) on a net-as-received basis as follows:
- Asian-FTG.com CFR South China: Physical open-market price assessment of thermal coal (including the cost of freight) out of Australia, Colombia, Indonesia, Russia and South Africa that is traded in the seaborne spot market
- Asian FTG FOB Qinhuangdao: Physical open-market spot assessment of thermal coal (loaded free on board) from ports in northeastern territories.
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