Nasdaq energy market was "unable" to secure a license with S&P Global Platts
Nasdaq Futures has
suspended all of its fuel oil contracts less than five months
after they went live because the energy market was "unable" to
secure a license to trade the products with benchmark supplier
S&P Global Platts.
Nasdaq Futures (NFX),
made six fuel oil contracts available to trade in August
2016, suspended these products late last year, according to
a notice seen by FOW.
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