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ICE introduces central clearing for LBMA Gold Price

First Published 17th October 2016

Intercontinental Exchange announces central clearing for the LBMA Gold Price

London - Intercontinental Exchange has announced the introduction of central clearing for the IBA Gold Auction which underlies the LBMA Gold Price that is planned to go live in March 2017, and the launch of a new London gold daily futures contract in February 2017, subject to regulatory review. The contract will be for Loco London gold (which refers to gold bullion that is physically held in London).

Central clearing will be enabled by a new physically settled, Loco London gold daily futures contract that will trade on ICE Futures US (IFUS). It is designed to complement the existing London market, being based on the LBMA Good Delivery Rules.

The ICE Gold Daily Future will be a physically settled, daily contract, traded in one cent ($0.01) increments, that calls for delivery of one hundred fine troy ounces of unallocated Loco London gold of quality satisfying the LBMA Good Delivery Rules.