Russell 2000 is tracked by iShares Russell 2000 ETF, one of the top ETFs in the US
The London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) decision to
strip the Russell Indexes from the Intercontinental Exchange
(ICE), following the signing on Monday of its long-term deal
with CME Group, will not damage ICE revenues, according to
analysts at investment bank KBW.
In an investor report, the bank said the decision by LSE-owned
FTSE Russell to grant exclusive US rights to CME Group for the
Russell 2000 index would affect ICE revenues by less than 1%,
due to declining volumes in contracts tied to the index since
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