The exchange has added three new contracts based on The Philippines, Thailand and India
Singapore Exchange (SGX) has won regulatory approval to
offer a range of MSCI Index contracts linked to three of
Asias emerging markets to US investors, writes Jonathan
The three futures products track indices in The Philippines,
Thailand and India, and will provide US traders with the
ability to trade the products linked to the currently volatile
The move from SGX follows a similar play by European
exchange, Eurex, which made eleven additional MSCI index
futures available to US investors in February, including nine
emerging market contracts.
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