Contract Market

Contract Market

A futures or options exchange. Examples include the Chicago Board Options Exchange and Euronext LIFFE. A contract market is also called a designated exchange.
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15 July 2019 - US-based financial technologies and products provider trueDigital Holdings LLC has reached an agreement in principle to acquire, subject to CFTC approval, the Designated Contract Market and Swaps Execution Facility registrations held by trueEX LLC, the company said.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced that it has approved the application of LedgerX LLC (LedgerX) for designation as a contract market. LedgerX is a Delaware limited liability company located in New York City, and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ledger Holdings, Inc.
Eris Exchange is a futures exchange (Designated Contract Market) subject to CFTC jurisdiction, listing cash-settled interest rate swap futures with open interest exceeding 121,000 contracts.
Products developed by Vescom are used on the contract market, mainly in the hospitality, healthcare, office and education market segments.
contract market, these products prove that designs for traditionally utilitarian brands can be "beautiful and commercial," says Bracher.
However, they said average selling prices on contract market had rebounded at the end of January, likely to drive up contract market prices in February.
KARACHI, January 25, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) has revised the list of 28 eligible scrips in cash settled futures contract market with effect from September 2010.
KARACHI, January 25, 2011 (Frontier Star): Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) has revised the list of 28 eligible scrips in cash settled futures contract market with effect from September 2010.
According to research published by market intelligence group GfK, Android s share of the UK mobile contract market grew from 3% in the opening quarter of the year to 13.2% in Q2, meaning sales of Android devices grew at a quarterly rate of 340%.
Following its success in changing the UK contract market with its Flext, U-Fix and Relax plans, T-Mobile is now changing the UK pre-pay market by launching a new range of only three simple pay-as-you-go plans, claiming they will radically alter value while recognising the different needs of different pre-pay customers.
After some lean years, their persistence is paying off as the contract market has rebounded
The launch is in line with comments made at Virgin Mobile's flotation last summer, when it said it would enter the contract market within a year
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