Euronext resolves technical glitch in index derivatives buying and selling By Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – Exchange operator Euronext said Monday it had resolved a technical problem involving trading index derivatives.
40 future contracts were among the products that did not open in time for trading on Monday morning, while other futures indices operated by the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse (DE 🙂 traded normally.
Euronext said the problem was resolved and Dutch and French futures contracts would start trading from 0735 GMT.
The glitch occurs after a major technical failure at Euronext hampered trading on the Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris stock exchanges in October.
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