Greifeld also optimistic about future of struggling European rates platform NLX
Robert Greifeld, chief
executive of Nasdaq, said the energy market it plans to launch
on Friday has enjoyed broader client support than
its struggling European rates venue NLX though the Nasdaq boss
said that market is also starting to show positive signs.
Speaking on the US exchange’s
second quarter earnings call, Greifeld told investors the main
difference between the two Nasdaq platforms has been the
widespread support for Nasdaq Futures (NFX)
which is set to go live on Friday.
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