* Trading volumes on SHFE, LME, CME rise * FIS launched 5 steel swaps contracts * End users push for fixed prices- Fiorenzoni By Silvia Antonioli LONDON, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Trading in steel derivatives has soared in 2010 and is likely to keep on increasing, despite opposition from the big steelmakers as the futures market eats into their control over pricing. Iron ore and coking coal contracts last year switched from annual to quarterly periods, which triggered an increase in steel ...
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