Foenix Partners

Reduce your exposure to
commodity price fluctuations

Fuel & Oil Hedging

Offering budget security by fixing the price you pay for fuel or, if you're an oil producer, by fixing the oil sale price.

Commodity Hedging

Our expert team has decades of experience supporting the UK’s agricultural sector from seed to shelf.

Metals Hedging

Hedging services for the metals supply chain at every stage, from miners and smelters to manufacturers and end users.

Currency Services

Currency conversion and strategy via traditional dealing, automated FX execution and settlement solutions.

Are you looking for a simple, cost-effective way to manage price risk?

We’re an award-winning agency (2015) recognised for our dedication to customer service, and the development of industry-leading flexible solutions, which offer UK businesses simple and cost-effective access to financial markets.

Contact us today to see what prices we can secure for your business.

Our testimonials speak for themselves

Foenix Partners - a FCA registered company.

We are registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA registration numbers 764322 and 785907) to provide services such as commodity futures and commodity options contracts and foreign exchange services. 

For our customer’s protection, we have also signed up for their safeguarding requirements.

We are fully authorised to arrange and deal in commodity futures and commodity option contracts and provide foreign exchange services.

Latest news and features

Metals Update – 25 May

Industrial & Precious markets are watching key events coming out of the US, as Eurozone and Chinese weakening economic indicators act as a catalyst for an already dangerous turning point in the US economy. While fears of further rate hikes did act as a drag on Industrial Metals for the...

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Fuel & Oil Update – 19 May

Kicking off the week at $73.62 per barrel, Brent Crude hit a high of $77.24 on Wednesday, before slightly pulling back to $76.86—making it clear that breaking the $75 mark was not on the cards.

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Metals Update – 19 May

This past Wednesday, the copper market tumbled, hitting a startling 5-and-a-half-month low. An amalgamation of factors pushed the value of this versatile metal down, with the declining demand from China—a global powerhouse in copper consumption—being the primary culprit.

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Metals Update – 12 May

On Thursday, the prices of copper declined due to mundane trade data from China, the largest consumer of the metal. This gloomy economic outlook for the country weighed on the demand prospects for copper.

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