ICE's commodity derivatives were up while equity derivatives had a slow April
The Intercontinental Exchange has reported
a strong trading month in April as increased activity in
commodities more than wiped out losses in its equities
The Atlanta-based exchange said on
Thursday derivatives trading on ICE was up 11.8% in April to a
total of 8,015,000 contracts.
Commodity derivatives at the
Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) was up, with a 23% rise in
energy products to 2,611,000 contracts up from 2.368,000 in
April 2015, mostly driven by an uptick in Brent crude, natural
gas and gasoil futures.
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