Deutsche Terminbörse

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Deutsche Terminbörse (DTB)

Formerly the German financial futures and options market. Merged with the Swiss Options and Financial Futures Exchange (SOFFEX) in 1998 to form EUREX, the European derivatives exchange.

Deutsche Terminborse

Formerly a German exchange for options and futures contracts. It was the first fully computerized exchange in Germany and the first to trade futures. In 1998, Deutsche Terminborse merged with the Swiss Options and Financial Futures Exchange to form Eurex.
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The move is part of the exchange's attempt to catch up with Frankfurt's electronic-only trading exchange, Deutsche TerminBorse.
Kuhn joined Deutsche Terminborse in 1989 and has held various IT management positions within Deutsche Borse AG.
Prior to joining Deutsche Borse Group, he worked for Andersen Consulting, where he was instrumental in developing the Deutsche Terminborse electronic futures and options exchange (the predecessor to Eurex) in Frankfurt, Germany.
Prior to joining Deutsche Borse Group, he worked for Andersen Consulting and was instrumental in developing the Deutsche Terminborse electronic futures and options exchange (the predecessor to Eurex) in Frankfurt, Germany.
TSC is also a member of the Deutsche Terminborse ("DTB"), which participates in the EUREX-project.
The firm is also a member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, London International Financial Futures Exchange, the London Metals Exchange and Deutsche Terminborse.
The Deutsche Borse Group is among the world's most diverse, liquid and cost efficient financial markets offering the trading of securities through the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and trading in futures through the Deutsche Terminborse.
Trading volume at the Deutsche Terminborse (DTB), Germany's futures and options exchange, increased by nearly 36 percent to 4,730,217 contracts in May, compared with 3,484,897 contracts traded in April.
This will include increased marketing of the Deutsche Terminborse (DTB) in Europe and the United States as well as offering the Integrated Exchange Trading and Information System (IBIS) throughout Europe.
FRANKFURT--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 15, 1995--The Deutsche Borse AG today announced that it has strengthened regulations for delayed deliveries in Deutsche Terminborse (DTB) interest-rate futures, effective immediately.
The Deutsche Borse AG is among the world's more diverse, liquid and cost-efficient financial markets offering the trading of securities through its Frankfurt Stock Exchange division and trading in futures and options through its Deutsche Terminborse (DTB) division.
The Deutsche Terminborse (DTB), the Deutsche Borse AG futures and options division, followed a similar surge in volume in March.

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