Derivatives submitted to CME Clearing via Japan OTC Exchange or brokers
Derivatives marketplace CME Group has
upped its commitment to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market
with the signing of a license agreement which will see the Merc
develop and clear new energy derivatives contracts in Asia.
The Merc has forged ties with Rim
Intelligence, Japanese provider of energy price and information
services. Under the agreement, CME will exclusively develop and
clear energy derivatives based on the price
provider’s DES Japan LNG Assessment, which will be
available for submission to CME Clearing via the Japan OTC
Exchange (JOE), and through OTC brokers.
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