Euronext Liffe's recently launched raw sugar contract has
begun with steady, but encouraging volume as it sets out to
wrest marketshare away from New York Board of Trade
In the first five days of trading the contract, which
launched on 20 February, Liffe saw over 1,000 trades pass
through its Connect platform, which compared admirably against
Nybot's far more established contract, while thrashing New York
Mercantile Exchange (Nymex)'s equivalent contract, which had
failed to trade any significant volume in its cash settled
complex after launching its suite of softs on 5 January.
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