EUREX

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EUREX

The European derivatives exchange formed in 1998 by a merger of the Deutsche Terminbörse (DTB) and the Swiss Options and Financial Futures Exchange (SOFFEX).

EUREX

An exchange for options, futures, and other derivatives, formed in 1998 by the merger of Deutsche Terminborse and SOFFEX. Trading on Eurex takes place electronically. It is, along with NYSE Euronext and the Merc, one of the three most prominent derivatives exchanges in the world.

Eurex

a FORWARD MARKET which is engaged in the buying and selling of FINANCIAL SECURITIES, COMMODITIES, FOREIGN CURRENCIES, DERIVATIVES and SWAPS. Eurex is owned by German STOCK MARKET/EXCHANGE (the Deutsche Börse). See OPTION, LONDON INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL FUTURES EXCHANGE.
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The clearing arm of European derivatives exchange Eurex has launched Advanced Risk Protection, a new real-time, pre-trade risk management tool, to help manage high-speed trading on its market.
Spanning multiple asset classes and six countries, NYSE Euronext's exchanges include the New York Stock Exchange, Liffe, the leading European derivatives exchange by value of trading, Euronext and NYSE Arca.
NYSE Euronext also manages the leading European derivatives exchange by value of trading.
a leading provider of futures, equity and foreign exchange market data today announced the launch of a European markets focused e-newsletter that it produces on behalf of Eurex, the leading European derivatives exchange.
It also is a non-clearing member of the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) and Eurex, the European derivatives exchange.

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