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Pulp friction - Recycled paper futures face challenges

A recently launched effort to start a market for futures contracts on recycled paper is having trouble getting off the ground, showing the challenges ahead in the movement toward more sustainable commodities.

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US Rep. Scott inspires students to think big about financial service careers
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Viewpoint - Crypto and climate: A tale of two topics
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Micro bitcoin futures success hints at the rise of retail  
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