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Derivatives exchange expands FX offering to Nordic currencies

Eurex has started trading seven new FX Futures on Scandinavian currencies in its bit to become a European liquidity hub.

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European derivatives exchange Eurex has expanded its FX Futures coverage to the most heavily traded European currencies after GBP, CHF, and EUR.

The exchange has started trading seven new FX Futures involving Scandinavian currencies: EUR/NOK, EUR/SEK, EUR/DKK, USD/NOK, USD/SEK, USD/DKK and NOK/SEK. A liquidity scheme caters for tight pricing and competitive liquidity.

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