US exchange said at least 10 banks and brokers are signed up to support NFX
US exchange group Nasdaq said it has
doubled in six weeks the number of banks and brokers supporting
the new energy market it plans to launch in a direct challenge
to CME Group and the Intercontinental Exchange.
Nasdaq said on
March 11 it will launch in "mid-2015" Nasdaq Futures (NFX), a
new energy market, and it had won the backing of banks ABN
Amro, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley as well as
futures commission merchant (FCM) Advantage Futures.
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