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.
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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.
Client/server architecture became necessary for the treasury operating area in 1990, with the introduction of the German futures exchange (Deutsche Terminborse -- DTB).

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