The The Eurex (European Exchange) trades leading European deriva... More trades leading European derivatives and what is considered to be the world’s most liquid fixed income What are value stocks? A value company is a company that app... More.
Trading on the Eurex
Eurex offers trades in a wide range of products, a large number of which are listed on the STOXX Europe 600 indices.and
- U.S. single
- volatility-index, interest-rate, inflation and CO2 derivatives
- exchange-traded funds
Eurex also providesand clearing and settlement services.
Aside from the EURO STOXX 50 and The STOXX Europe 600 is an index that tracks 600 large-, m... More, traded products are listed on the following indices:
- DAX EX
- STOXX 50 EX
- STOXX Europe Mid 200
- XMTCH on SMI
- Dow Jones Global Titans 50 Index
- Dow Jones Italy Titans
- OMX Helsinki 25 Index
- RDXxt USD
- iTraxx Europe
In 2004, Eurex launched the now-defunct Eurex US (later known as US Futures Exchange) derivatives exchange, enabling investors to trade and settle India is a country in South Asia and, by population, the 2n... More.denominated products in the U.S. markets. It then expanded further in 2005 to enable Asian trading through the signing of agreements with the Osaka Securities Exchange and in 2010 it moved into Korea and
The average daily What is the trading volume? In trading, volume refers to t... More of traded contracts, as at August 2012, across all Eurex’s derivatives markets was 7.2 million, of which around 5.1 million were Eurex Exchange contracts. A further 2.1 million were traded at the U.S.-based International Securities Exchange (ISE).
Across all Eurex’s repo markets in August 2012, the average outstanding volume of trades was €42 billion. In the same month, its fixed-income products traded €7.55 billion.
Eurex was formed in 1998 when Deutsche Terminbörse (DTB, the German derivatives exchange) and SOFFEX (Swiss Options and Financial Futures) merged. It is owned by.