SHANGHAI, July 3- China's Financial Futures Exchange said on Friday it will monitor the accounts of its top 50 clients and introduce transaction fees on the three index futures products to curb speculative trading. The exchange said trading in index futures had surged since mid-June when the market started its fall and it will combat "premeditated" shorting...» Read More
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