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Liffe and Nasdaq in futures partnership

The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange and the Nasdaq stockmarket are developing a single stock futures market for US and European customers.

Liffe and Nasdaq will form a US-regulated entity, with stocks to be listed on Liffe Connect, Liffe&#39s electronic trading platform.

Liffe chairman Brian Williamson says: “As a first step, Liffe and Nasdaq together are taking the revolution which Liffe started, to the biggest capital market in the world, the United States of America.”

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