VIDEO: Volatility to rise across markets: Saxo

China will further liberalise its capital markets and introduce commodity futures in 2015, predicts Saxo Bank’s Asia CEO Adam Reynolds.

Volatility is set to rise in 2015 with investors' confidence impacted positively on the one hand by the US economy performing well and negatively by Europe performing badly, according to Adam Reynolds, Asia-Pacific chief executive of Saxo Bank and Saxo Capital Markets, during an interview with FinanceAsia.

Liberalisation of China's capital markets will continue apace in 2015. This opening up will include ironing out settlement uncertainties for the Hong Kong-Shanghai Stock Connect scheme and further liberalisation around the Shanghai Free Trade Zone in China and trading of commodity futures priced in renminbi.

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