Chicago-based exchange said Vix futures had their busiest month in August
The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) plans to launch a
new volatility futures contract and extend trading hours for
its benchmark index options contracts.
Edward Tilly, chief executive of CBOE, told the US
exchange’s risk management conference on Wednesday
it will launch a futures contract on the CBOE/CBOT 10-year
Treasury Note Volatility Index (VXTYN) on November 13, to
capitalise on interest-rate volatility.
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