World's largest derivatives marketplace had been working on third quarter launch
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange will on
August 31 begin clearing Brazilian real interest rate swaps
(IRS), bringing the number of IRS currencies cleared by the
firm to 19.
The company has been working on the
addition of its new currency since the beginning of the year,
and, as reported by FOW, had been preparing to
launch in the third quarter of the year.
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