Deal comes two months after CBOE cut a similar agreement with MSCI
The Chicago Board
Options Exchange, the largest US options exchange, said it is
keen to explore new international markets after cutting a deal
with the LSE to launch contracts based on the
London exchange's FTSE and Russell indices later this year.
Edward Tilly, chief executive of CBOE
Holdings, told FOW: "CBOE has had a relationship with Russell
since 1992 and we are really building on that to create a
relationship that is much more international in nature and can
deliver a set of products much broader in nature."
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