British exchange said it will deliver the full suite of single name FTSE 100 futures and options before end of March 2016
The London Stock Exchange Group may have
stolen the headlines last week with its plan to launch next
year an interest rate futures market
called Curve but the historic exchange is also mounting a
quieter challenge in the European equity derivatives
The LSE has for years offered the ability
to trade futures and options based on the FTSE 100 index as
well as some Norwegian firms, through a partnership with the
Oslo Bors, and Russian companies through the LSE’s
International Order book.
More recently, the LSE cut a deal with
Borsa Istanbul whereby the LSE Derivatives Market started in
September this year trading
futures and options based on the main Turkish stocks.
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