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Expo 2008 Program

Tuesday, November 11, 2008 at 3:45 PM
T3:45C The International Commodity Boom: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
 
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Commodities have been hot. Food and energy prices have soared, along with trading volumes. Because of their low correlation with stocks and bonds, commodities have been increasingly included in investor portfolios. But consumers are irate and governments have begun to question the role of futures trading in the painful price run up. (Futures trading has been banned on eight commodities in India.) What does the future hold for a continuation of the boom, for even wider participation in these markets, for further government actions to curtail trading, and for commodity product innovation? A panel of thoughtful, knowledgeable and entertaining panelists will address these questions and more.


Chair:
Michael Gorham, Director, Center for Financial Markets at Stuart Graduate School of Business, Illinois Institute of Technology

Speakers:
Emma Davey, Membership and Business Development Manager, London Metal Exchange
Hillary Till, Principal, Premia Capital Management and Research Associate, EDHEC Risk and Asset Management Research Centre
Patrick Catania, Head of International Relations, National Commodities and Derivatives Exchange
Nicholas Ronalds, Executive Director, FIA Asia
Mitch Fulscher, Chairman, FIA Japan

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