If Hugh Freedberg is right, then the
seismic shifts currently being witnessed in the global exchange
landscape will lead inevitably to what he terms a 'new world
order'. It's a logical view, and one shared by many, that
envisions a small number of global exchange players, with room
for smaller niche players filling in the local gaps.
If Euronext Liffe is to be one of the few global giants - an
intention clearly stated by Freedberg - the million-dollar
question is how it will go about achieving that aim. Freedberg
is understandably keen to play his cards close to his chest,
but his reluctance to entertain discussion of 'blue sky'
notions is not shared by commentators.
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