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06 April 2022

Emergency liquidity: Commodity traders struggle to stay buoyant

In:
Agri/Soft Commodities, Capital Equipment, Chemicals/Petrochemicals, Infrastructure, Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Transport
Region:
Middle East & Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe
Commodities content manager
The recent commodity trader rush for emergency liquidity from relationship lenders to meet margin calls has met with a predictable response - credit lines are still open for the biggest trading credits. But at the smaller end of the market the credit squeeze is getting very tough.

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