Trading on the exchange’s derivatives market hit by data issue Friday
European exchange Euronext has said that it will later this month launch new volatility contracts, as it expands its indices business with three new country offerings.
Michael Hodgson, head of information services at Euronext, told FOW the Paris-based exchange will in late June launch new volatility products; the VAEX and VCAC contracts on the CAC and AEX Volatility indices.
“We feel these markets are now representative enough for the new offering as interest in volatility contracts are growing,” Adam Rose, head of financial derivatives at Euronext, told FOW.
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