Exchange cut deal in February to allow CBOE exclusive access to FTSE
The London Stock Exchange and CBOE Holdings have further
strengthened their relationship by agreeing that the US
exchange will launch this month US options on the
LSE’s most liquid indices.
Chicago-based CBOE said in a statement early on Tuesday it
will launch on December 22 two options based on the FTSE 100
and FTSE China 50 Index, both owned by the LSE Group through
its unit FTSE Russell.
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