Exchange’s move to greater transparency comes after member consultation
The London Metal Exchange is set to next
month raise the thresholds for delayed publication of large
options trades in a bid to boost transparency and reduce risk
for liquidity providers, six months after implementing the
measures across options trading on the exchange.
The exchange will on August 15 increase
the thresholds for the delayed publication of larger options
orders on the LME - apart from Tin - following a consultation
with members, in a move that will see immediate reporting take
place for options trades up to new, higher levels, and push
more liquidity onto the order book.
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