CME moves to build liquidity in new FX futures contracts

By | July 24, 2017

Paul Houston: “The implied functionality is the next stage in building liquidity in those contracts”

CME Group will turn on implied functionality on September 24 for the six monthly contracts it launched for foreign exchange futures earlier this year, in a move the Chicago-based marketplace says is aimed at building liquidity across its FX futures complex.

CME launched new contracts in CAD/USD, EUR/USD, GBP/USD, JPY/USD, AUD/USD and EUR/GBP pairs in February, so market participants could access the front months of the FX forward curve, along with the capital and operational benefits of trading

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