CME Europe had a record month in March as volumes topped 70,000 trades
CME Europe’s chief executive
has said the exchange has made good progress in its first year
and is now focused on ramping up volumes in its existing
contracts as well as forging ahead with its plan to build a
"truly multi-asset derivatives exchange in the region".
CME Europe launched with FX contracts and
biofuels on April 28 2014, marking the US futures
giant’s first exchange outside of the US.
One year on, Cees Vermaas, the chief
executive of CME Europe since the start of January, told FOW
the firm is pleased with its first year performance which has
seen daily trading in its various contracts as well as volumes
and open interest growing month-on-month.
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