The exchange has said that commodities and derivative are a key focus
The Warsaw Stock Exchange has signed its
first two brokers to trade on its new energy futures markets,
marking the latest step by the ambitious European market as it
looks to boost its derivatives coverage.
The Polish exchange said on Tuesday that
brokers Dom Maklerski Banku Ochruny Srodowiska and Dom
Maklerski Noble Securities will be the first members of its
Financial Instrument Market (FIM), a new futures market based
on the exchange’s spot power and gas
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