Trio aims to tackle corp bond futures

Three big hitters from the exchange, index creation and asset management worlds have collaborated to launch futures contracts referencing indices for the US corporate bond markets.

  • By Ross Lancaster
  • 16 May 2018

CBOE global markets, in partnership with IHS Markit and BlackRock, is developing futures contracts referencing high yield and investment grade US corporate bond indices.

The trio are primarily, but not exclusively, aiming the product at a fixed income pension money investor base. While well traded markets exist for ...

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