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Head of world's biggest metals bourse quits

He sought to modernise the 139-year-old exchange and attracted high frequency traders but quit after 3 years

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Mr Jones, who serves as an adviser till year's end, may be replaced by a rank outsider who already understands the way the LME works or someone as capable and experienced, from within.

Shanghai

THE London Metal Exchange's Garry Jones stepped down as chief executive officer after a three-year stint steering the world's biggest metals bourse.

Mr Jones, 58, will retire from his position at the exchange and serve as an adviser until the end of this year, according to

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