Energy exchange will this month add a number of new US and European contracts
Nasdaq has welcomed another Futures
Commission Merchant, Straits Financial on its designated
contract market (DCM) amid reports of solid growth for its
energy exchange, Nasdaq Futures (NFX).
Nasday said Wednesday that commodity
trading firm Straits Financial is now an approved Futures
Commission Merchants (FCM) for trading on Nasdaq’s
US-based DCM, which offers futures and options on energy
benchmarks, including oil, natural gas and US power.
"The addition of Straits Financial
emphasizes the continued strong interest from a wide variety of
market participants, including Straits Financial’s
broad customer base, from all regions around the globe," said
Magnus Haglind, Nasdaq Futures’ vice president of
global trading and market services and chief executive
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