CME Group says that it handled average
daily volume of 1.018 million FX contracts in June – a sharp rise on May and
slightly up year-on-year. It was a less positive picture at Moscow Exchange
(Moex), however, as its FX complex was ...
consolidating its role as a key offshore centre for trading of China’s RMB
currency, although other financial centres including Hong Kong and Singapore
continue to play a big part in the market, while new entries might soon ...
As was the case with the first batch of OTC
market volumes released by FastMatch, Gain GTX and Hotspot FX, three exchanges
have reported mixed news in terms of FX turnover in May.
While CME and Moscow Exchange (Moex) both
Gain Capital has announced that its
institutional FX trading arm GTX’s SEF facility has been approved for
registration by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).
The new registration replaces the temporary
registration status that was granted back in ...
Tullett Prebon, which was once known as
Tullett & Tokyo, claims to have secured a first In Japan by successfully
sending a swap execution facility (SEF) trade for clearing at the Japan
Securities Clearing Corporation (JSCC). The trade was executed via ...
Following the receipt of approval to
introduce cash-settled RMB futures, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has signed
an agreement with Thomson Reuters for
the creation of a new series of indices in the Chinese currency.
The firms say the new
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) has received regulatory approval to introduce its planned cash-settled EUR/RMB, JPY/RMB, AUD/RMB and RMB/USD futures on Monday, May 30.
The RMB/USD futures will trade in US dollars and the ...
CME Group has delisted three FX futures contracts and the
previously listed contract months of two other FX futures contracts.
The CME delisted its USD/RMB, e-Micro USD/CAD and e-Micro
USD/RMB futures contracts. None of these contracts, which ...
A new report from the Bank of England says that although the
current legal framework around CCP default management is largely robust, the
“piecemeal” nature of this framework presents challenges.
The new paper, written by Jo Braithwaite from the London
ICAP’s TriOptima post-trade infrastructure provider has run
its first compression cycle for EUR interest rate swaps (IRS) through Eurex
Clearing. This was the first collaboration between TriOptima and Eurex’s CCP
and was carried out using TriOptima’s triReduce ...