CME launches three-year CNH futures contract to meet dim sum bond hedging demand

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Chicago Mercantile Exchange Center

CME Group has announced it will offer CNH futures contracts with tenors of up to three years to meet demand from offshore dim sum bond investors looking to hedge their foreign exchange exposure.

Before the launch of the standardised exchange-traded futures contracts, market participants had used the offshore RMB deliverable and non-deliverable forward (NDF) market to hedge their RMB exposure or speculate on RMB movement.

As part of a broader expansion of renminbi risk management tools, CME Group

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