Philadelphia Stock Exchange revived its dormant futures
subsidiary, Philadelphia Board of Trade (PBoT), last week, with
the launch of enhanced foreign currency futures.
The re-launch came with new trading rules and fee structure.
PBoT was an active market for foreign currency futures several
years ago, but had seen a drop-off in activity as the global
currency exchange model shifted.
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