Deutsche Boerse-owned EEX set to launch ‘cap futures’ in the third quarter
The European Energy Exchange (EEX) is set
to launch in the Nordics markets, a move that will see the
growing exchange move into direct competition with regional
Europe’s largest energy
exchange, owned by Deutsche Boerse, is set to launch in the
Nordics after the summer, Tim Greenwood, managing director
exchange of EEX, told FOW.
"Some of our trading members want to be
able to trade the Nordics in tandem with our other contracts
across Europe. This is another exciting development for the
exchange. The market is set for a shake-up due to impending
regulatory changes, not least due to the debate over the future
of bank guarantees, and as the market is almost 100% cleared,
there is real growth potential for us," said Greenwood.
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