Atos Euronext Market Solutions (AEMS) could lose its deal to
license the Liffe Connect electronic trading platform to
Chicago Board of Trade (CBoT) in the wake of CBoT's proposed
merger with Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME).
CME and CBoT told analysts last week that, should the merger
complete, all electronic contracts would trade on CME's Globex
platform, heralding the potential phasing-out of Liffe Connect
as the engine for E-CBoT by the end of the current deal -
November 2008 - at the latest.
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