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Montréal Exchange’s CEO Focused on Structural Adjustments Feature,Video,video

“The world is looking to trade more and more Canada and the fact that we’re only open during our own time zone is a bit prohibitive for some of the international clients.” Last year, Montréal Exchange launched single stock futures and it turned out to be its best product launch in a decade based on rapidly growing open interest. The exchange also revamped its 5-year bond contract in order to make sure all points on the curve are accessible. With those changes in place, 2017’s goals center around structural change. MX is altering its own rules to open its market…

Vision: What Richard Sandor Saw And Still Sees In Carbon Markets Feature,Video

Richard Sandor has seen just about everything in his career as the “father of financial futures.” From creating the first interest rate futures contract to founding the Chicago Climate Exchange, he tells it all in his latest book,  “How I Saw It: Analysis and Commentary on Environmental Finance”. He spoke with John Lothian News about just how far carbon markets have come since 1999. “It’s amazing to me, where we came from in the last two decades and during the period of this book, from 1997 or 1999 to 2005,” Sandor said. “What became a theoretical construct became a reality…

Chinese consortium wins approval for Chicago Stock Exchange takeover; NYSE to acquire NSX amid U.S. exchange consolidation; China Halts Trading in Key Bond Futures as Panicky Investors Sell Securities John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Should ION and FIS be worried? By Jim Kharouf, John Lothian News Just days after our column about Cinnober’s plans to move into the post-trade space with plans to take on legacy system giants, an upstart from Switzerland says it is ready, willing and able to do just that. And then there were two. Revendex, a consulting and IT firm based outside Zurich, says that its post-trade settlement system is ready to take on ION Trading’s Rolfe & Nolan system and FIS’s Stream (formerly GMI) platforms. Those two have dominated the post-trade space for decades, but Revendex executives…

Fed Carousel: Newedge’s Robin Says Bond Market Could Move in Q2 2014 Financials,Interview,Video

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Fed tapering, a government shutdown and last minute debt-ceiling deal have rocked the bond market in recent weeks. John Lothian News’ editor-in-chief Jim Kharouf sat down with David Robin, managing director of Newedge to talk about what’s next for the bond market and interest rate futures volumes. In Robin’s view, we are not likely to see another Washington fiasco as we did back in October. “The significance of the debate itself and the process the marketplace and the political theater underwent, has sort of got the marketplace in a situation where we know that for any extended period of time,…