The Stuttgart and Frankfurt exchanges are benefiting from an uptick in the amount of structured products traded in Germany, helped by the recent spurt of market volatility. Michael Marray reports
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Low initial listing fees and heavy use of over-the-counter trading platforms are squeezing profitability for the structured products segments on the Frankfurt and Stuttgart stock exchanges. Michael Marray finds out how they are responding
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