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November 27, 2012
05:51 EDTICEICE Futures Europe announces Phase III contract and reopening of Phase II EUA
IntercontinentalExchange announced that ICE Futures Europe will reopen the daily futures market for Phase II EU Allowances, or EUA, and Certified Emission Reductions, or CER, on December 10. On the same date, ICE Futures Europe will introduce a new daily futures contract for Phase III EU Allowances. The Phase II and III EUA daily futures and the CER daily futures contracts are physically deliverable and will represent a lot size of 1,000 emission allowances and 1,000 certified emission reduction units respectively. Each EUA and CER represents an entitlement to emit one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent gas. The daily futures contracts will expire on a daily basis.
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April 17, 2015
06:09 EDTICEBATS seeks to gain maket share in options trading, ETFs, WSJ reports
BATS Global Markets (BATS) is planning to launch an options market, EDGX Options, in November, which will compete directly with options exchanges run by Nasdaq OMX Group (NDAQ) and International Securities Exchange, The Wall Street Journal reports. In other BATS moves, the stock exchange operator has hired Laura Morrison, a senior NYSE (ICE) officer to run its global exchange-traded funds business. Reference Link
April 16, 2015
11:29 EDTICEIntercontinentalExchange says ICE brent crude futures make open interest record
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April 13, 2015
16:18 EDTICEeBay announces executive appointments ahead of PayPal separation
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April 6, 2015
08:32 EDTICEIntercontinentalExchange reports March exchange traded volume
Intercontinental Exchange reported March exchange traded volume. ICE’s March 2015 futures and options average daily volume declined 7% compared to March 2014. Commodity ADV increased 13% led by Brent, Gasoil, Other Oil and Nat Gas up 28%, 8%, 32%, and 9% respectively, from the prior March. Financials ADV declined 22% from the previous March primarily due to continued low volatility in Continental European short-term interest rates and single stock equities, partially offset by a 9% and 6% increase in Sterling and Gilt ADV, respectively. ADV for NYSE’s U.S. cash equities increased 6%, while U.S. equity options ADV declined 32% over the prior March. NYSE’s U.S. cash equities market share was 24.4% and NYSE’s U.S. options market share was 17.9%.

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