Eurex mulls raising the bar for Euro Stoxx block trade protection

Eurex Exchange, the derivatives exchange arm of Deutsche Bӧrse, is considering increasing its threshold for block trades in Euro Stoxx options. This would mean a greater share of trades having to be conducted without the privacy protections accorded to block trades.

  • By Ross Lancaster
  • 29 Nov 2018

Talk has been circulating among market participants recently about the potential of an increase of the threshold at which Eurex will allow trades in Euro Stoxx futures and options to qualify as block trades. 

The increase would move the threshold for a block trade, which can be traded off-book, from ...

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