Exchanges said they have no plan to extend measures in light of Brexit vote
Some of the world's top exchanges have
said they have no plans to extend the trading curbs they put in
place to counter extreme volatility around Britain's vote to
leave the European Union despite the UK's shock decision to
quit Europe on Friday.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the
Intercontinental Exchange and Euronext told FOW on Friday they
do not currently plan to extend the special measures they put in place
ahead of the referendum.
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