From the September 01, 2011 issue of Futures Magazine • Subscribe!

New for traders: Forex

The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) is set to expand its Indian Rupee (INR) product offering with the launch of an INR Options Contract on September 26, 2011.

Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE) will re-launch the trading of DJIA futures after dropping them in 2005. OSE and CME signed a deal on Tuesday and the DJIA futures are expected to be listed in early 2012.

CME Group and the Mexican Derivatives Exchange (MexDer) announced the successful launch of their north-to-south order routing agreement, giving customers in the U.S. access to MexDer’s benchmark derivatives contracts, including Mexican Stock Exchange Index Futures, Bond Futures and MXN Peso / US Dollar Futures Contracts.

BVMF3 introduced two mini currency futures contracts, including the mini USD contract (WDO) and the mini EUR contract (WEU), and six new currency futures contracts, which include the BRL/NZD contract (NZD), BRL/CHF contract (CHF), BRL/CNY contract (CNY), BRL/TRY contract (TRY), BRL/CLP contract (CLP) and the BRL/ZAR contract (ZAR).

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