London, United Kingdom, March 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- This prediction is expected to start in the second quarter of the current year, given the positive outlook in the commodity and emerging markets from this region. This positive outlook has ushered the firm to expand its service offering in Asia by providing traders and investors additional research, resources, information, trading functionalities, and software support for the entire operation of Greenbird Financial in Asian region.
Last 2011, Greenbird Financial has recorded high volumes of trades and this is expected to last until the existing year despite the Euro zone debt crisis, low employment rate in the US, US financial crisis and other large-scale economic qualms and continue to hit equities in offering positive returns to investors. Amidst the frail demand viewpoint, commodities will continue to enjoy a soft landing for this current year as contrary to the crash landing happened in 2008.
“We have recorded a vigorous growth of 80 percent for the year 2011 for commodity futures alone and this took place from April 2011 to December 2011. As expected, our commodity volumes may rise up even to a hundred percent this fiscal year and riding on this growth, we will be extending our services to reach those still untapped countries and cities through opening new trading desks and offices as well as by providing innovative electronic trading platforms for our global clients,” said Charles Wintermann, Managing Director for Global Commodity Trading operation.
“Our commodity trading brand will help us to leverage and focus on our strength of its flagship brand and we believe that by providing our clients with the most accurate information and resources, more and more traders and investors will be encouraged to try their first step towards commodity trading,” added Mr. Wintermann.
Since Greenbird Financial kicked off its first trading activity, it has already witnessed and experienced remarkable growth in trading volume in line with the prompt growth in commodity futures volume in the marketplaces. On the agricultural commodities, Greenbird Financial has also recorded positive returns in prices which reflect the basics and the requirements for policy involvement to deal with supply side issues.