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ECX vying for future trading scheme

The Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX), an electronic trade platform, states that it will conclude a study for future and forward trading scheme. The 12 year...

Pulses to be traded under ECX

The coming of new pulses at the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) is expected to make it uniform at the trading. The trading floor established in...

ECX opens local window for soybean

The Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX), an electronic commodity trading floor, opened a special trading window for local processers, who use soybean as an input,...

Quantity of products entering ECX increases

The products entering the warehouses of the modern trading platform Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) has increased in the last couple of weeks, Capital learned. Experts...

ECX starts warehouse receipt finance

Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) introduces warehouse receipt financing (WRF) in collaboration with the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE). The collateralized commodity finance project that initially...

Niger Seed, the 10th commodity in the ECX platform

In addition to the nine agricultural commodities Niger Seed has been attracting the modern marketing system, as the 10th agricultural product. The Ethiopia Commodity Exchange;...

Coffee value increases 55% at ECX

During September’s 20 trading days, the Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX) has traded 2.1 billion birr in commodities. Coffee’s trade value has increased 55 percent...

ECX trades 3b birr in July

The Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) traded close to three billion birr in agricultural commodities during July. The electronic trading facility facilitated the trading of 32,291...

ECX to trade cotton

The Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) will begin trading industrial products for the first time in its 11 year history. The long awaited warehouse receipt...

Confusion over ECX letter hinders bean exports

The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI), is yet to issue an expected directive that would allow exporters of soy and mung beans, who...
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