ANALYSIS-Aluminium abundance makes investor access easier


* No margin calls for physically backed ETFs * No contango damage to value of aluminium ETFs * ETF market populated by different set of players By Pratima Desai LONDON, June 29 (Reuters) - Cheaper, easier and safer than derivative contracts is the verdict for aluminium exchange traded funds (ETFs), which would not be possible without an abundance of metal on the world market. These physically-backed ETFs could also pose a threat to commodity indices such as that offered by Standard ...

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