The US investment bank's support is a boost for the ailing rates futures market
JP Morgan has started trading on Nasdaq
NLX in a major boost for the European interest rate futures
which is looking to attract new clients and revive trading
volumes after a period of slower activity.
JP Morgan is said by sources to have
connected to the London-based NLX last week and is now actively
trading on the system though volumes are relatively low,
according to sources.
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