Interest rate volumes on Liffe fall sharply in the first quarter compared with the previous year
NYSE Liffes first quarter of trading under the ownership
of Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has seen the exchanges
interest rate and equity derivatives volumes fall sharply
compared to the previous year, writes Jonathan Watkins.
Trading in short term interest rates has fallen by 27% so
far this year, to 1.8m contracts changed hands on average per
Long term interest rate products picked up by 10% in
January, however first quarter totals are till 5% down on the
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