The Polish exchange said it is keen to expand its rates and power suites
The Warsaw Stock Exchange said it plans to launch in the
coming months its first cash-settled power contract and give
its fixed income futures suite a massive boost by allowing
banks to start trading these contracts directly on the exchange
for the first time.
The Polish exchange already offers physically delivered
power contracts which have proved popular with the largest
energy utilities active in Poland but it is expecting in the
coming weeks approval from the Polish authorities to launch a
cash-settled electricity contract.
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