The International Securities Exchange (ISE), a New York-based electronic equity options exchange, has began publishing the underlying rates for foreign currency options product, ISE FX options.
The exchange said the early dissemination of the underlying data will allow market participants to better prepare for next year’s launch of ISE FX options.
The rates are now available for four currency pairs that the ISE will initially list in the first quarter of 2007: USD/EUR, USD/GBP, USD/JPY and USD/CAD.
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