The LSE said it saw varying levels of trading in five of its six futures products
The London Stock Exchange’s
CurveGlobal traded over 500 lots on its first day with varying
levels of activity across five of its six contracts, in a solid
start for the new European interest rate futures market.
CurveGlobal handled on its first full day
of live trading on Monday 548 lots of which 457 were short term
interest rate futures, which are normally traded on ICE Futures
Europe, and the remainder were in longer dated products, which
largely trade on Deutsche Boerse’s Eurex.
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