International Securities Exchange (ISE) announced its first
foray into the index options sector last week with plans to
launch Standard & Poor's SmallCap 600 index options.
S&P 600 index option, which currently trades at Chicago
Board Options Exchange (CBOE), historically has posted little
or no volume. Tom Sosnoff, founder of Thinkorswim, the largest
index options broker, said he believes the announcement is
simply a shot across CBOE's bow.
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