Europeans Equity Derivatives Dip 4%

07 Oct 2010

Trading volumes of European equity derivatives slipped 4% between June 2009 and the middle of this year, according to Greenwich Associates, noting, however, that European institutions are “cautiously optimistic” about trading of the products next years.

Trading volumes of European equity derivatives slipped 4% between June 2009 and the middle of this year, according to Greenwich Associates, noting, however, that European institutions are “cautiously optimistic” about trading of the products next years. Greenwich also named JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank, SG Equity Derivatives and BNP Paribas ...

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