Through our subsidiaries and affiliates, customers will be able to send orders in FIX Protocol via our global network to dedicated futures brokers, and use different platforms.
USA : CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE), CBOT (ECBOT), CBOT ( Floor-based), CME (Electronic-Globex), CME ( Floor-based), ELX, New York Board of Trade (NYBOT), New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), One Chicago (ONE)
Canada : Montreal Exchange
Mexico : Mexican Derivatives Exchange
Belgium : Euronext Brussels (Belfox)
England : Intercontinental Exchange (ICE, IPE), LIFFE
France : Euronext France ( MATIF, MONEP)
Germany : Eurex (DTB)
Italy : Borsa Italiana (IDEM)
Netherlands : Euronext NL Derivatives (FTA)
Spain : Spanish Futures & Options Exchange (MEFF)
Swede : Stockholm Derivatives Exchange (OMS)
Sitzerland : EUREX (SOFFEX)
Australia : Sydney Futures Exchange (SNFE)
Hong Kong : Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE)
India : National Stock Exchange of India (NSE)
Japan : Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE.JPN)
Singapore : Singapore Exchange (SGX)
South Korea : Korea Stock Exchange (KSE)
Futures markets have several advantages over other markets, which make them the most popular day trading markets. Futures markets are available with a wide variety of underlying instruments, they have good range of price movement and liquidity, and some futures markets are available for day trading 24 hours per day.
Futures markets are available based upon stock indexes (such as the Nasdaq or FTSE 100), currencies (such as the Euro to US Dollar exchange rate), commodities (such as Gold and Silver), agricultural products (such as Corn and Wheat).
Futures contracts describe the trading parameters for each futures market, and provide the information that is needed to trade each market, such as their symbol, expiration date, the exchange that offers the market, and their tick size and value (minimum price movement and monetary value).
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