From the September 01, 2010 issue of Futures Magazine • Subscribe!

New for traders: Financials

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and Eurex will launch futures and options on the SENSEX, the blue-chip index of the BSE.

ELX Futures, L.P. announced a new 18-cents one-tier fee schedule, including exchange and clearing fees, for its eurodollar futures contract.

Dow Jones Indexes launched the Dow Jones Long-Term Inflation Indexes, which measures the market's expectation of the future rate of U.S. inflation. Dow Jones Indexes also announced that effective with the open of trading on September 20, offshore companies with a primary listing on a U.S. stock exchange will be eligible to be included in the Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market Index and companies that are listed on the Korean Securities Dealers Automated Quotations will be eligible to be included in the Dow Jones Global and Dow Jones Global Total Stock Market indexes.

Bloomberg launched the Bloomberg Derivatives Valuation Service, which provides end-of-day valuations and risk measurements for OTC derivatives and structured products.

HedgeServ has expanded its ability to offer real-time valuation of illiquid and complex over-the-counter derivatives using market data from SuperDerivatives.

TradingScreen Inc. has initiated the development of a multilateral trading facility for European corporate bonds.

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