Exchanges have widened price limits in anticipation of referendum market turmoil
Exchange giants the Chicago Mercantile
Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange and Euronext have called in
special measures including widening of price fluctuation limits
in anticipation of extreme volatility linked to the UK
referendum on its membership of the European Union.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
group has temporarily modified its price fluctuation limits on
foreign exchange (FX) and interest rate futures, while Euronext
has declared a so-called 'Fast Market’ in its
derivatives market for individual equity option and index
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