The exchange hopes to boost trading in some of its quieter months
The IntercontinentalExchange has introduced a rebate and cut
fees on its London-based Liffe exchange in a bid to boost
trading in slower months.
The US-based exchange group introduced this month a new
rebate that promises clients £0.25 for each lot traded in
specific months across Euribor, Sterling and Euroswiss
The rebate will be awarded in related trading months when
lots are traded in other months, effectively a move by ICE to
spread out liquidity across the various delivery months of the
contracts traded on Liffe.
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