As Eurex proceeds in its onward march to the US, elements in
Chicago have begun the process of throwing up whatever barriers
they can find to impede its progress. But if the efforts so far
are anything to go by, Eurex US (as the officially-named US
Futures Exchange seems destined to be referred to) looks as
though it won't face so much as a delayed opening; the odds are
certainly against it being sent packing back to Europe, as some
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