Client session on Wednesday will discuss design proposals for new contract
CME Group has said it is looking at a new
treasury futures product to fill a 'term gap’ in
its current treasury suite as the US exchange giant prepares
for Wednesday's meeting on the plan.
"Since March 2015, Treasury securities
that are cheapest-to-deliver into 10-Year Treasury Note futures
(TY/ZN) and Treasury Bond futures (US/ZB) are separated by a
gap in remaining terms to maturity of fifteen or more years,"
said the CME.
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