SuperDerivatives said the partnership will give its customers the ability to price, analyse and trade exchange-traded Liffe products within SuperDerivatives’ applications alongside over-the-counter products, allowing them flexibility in choosing the right market for investment.
The service will enable users to see and interact with streaming prices from the Euronext exchange, and use a pricing system that merges OTC prices with exchange prices, aiming to tighten the bid/offer spreads in the corresponding exchange products, and also providing greater transparency.
Liffe is the international derivatives business of NYSE Euronext, the transatlantic exchange formed in 2007. Liffe operates in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris, with more than €1,700 billion worth of derivatives business traded daily.
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