ASX looks to volatility-linked products to drive Australia Vix futures liquidity


The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) is looking to extend the product suite linked to its recently launched Vix futures in order to avoid the issue of low liquidity which has dogged other attempts by Asian exchanges to kick-start similar domestic markets.

The launch of a futures contract based on the S&P/ASX 200 Vix index on October 21 is the third such product launch by an Asia exchange in the past year, following similar moves by the Osaka and Hong Kong exchanges in 2012. So far neither

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