Boston Options Exchange announced it has postponed its
launch a week until 6 February, blaming bad weather.
A BOX spokesperson said the main reason for the delay is
some last minute "administrative" paperwork that could not be
addressed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in
time for the scheduled 30 January launch date. The spokesperson
said the delay was due primarily to several snowstorms that hit
the Washington DC area, shutting down most of the government
agencies for several days over the past two weeks. Rather than
push to open at the end of the month, BOX officials decided to
put the opening back a week.
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