The German exchange saw a slight drop in derivatives trading in 2013 due to monetary policy
Revenues at Deutsche Boerse’s derivatives markets
fell 3.5% last year as traders withdrew from markets in
response to international monetary policy, writes Joe
Net revenue across Deutsche Boerse’s
Frankfurt-based Eurex Exchange and New York-based International
Securities Exchange (ISE) declined over 3% to €741m due to
increasing monetary policy developments affecting market
participants hedging capabilities.
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