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CEDX plans to add futures and options on additional European benchmarks, along with single stock options, at a later date, based on customer demand and subject to regulatory approvals.  
CEDX plans to add futures and options on additional European benchmarks, along with single stock options, at a later date, based on customer demand and subject to regulatory approvals.  


The market forms part of Cboe NL, Cboe's Netherlands-based exchange (Cboe Europe B.V.).
The market, based in Amsterdam, forms part of Cboe NL, Cboe's Netherlands-based exchange (Cboe Europe B.V.).


== History ==
== History ==
Cboe acquired the European clearing house EuroCCP in July 2020. That same month Cboe received regulatory approval to launch CEDX on September 6, 2021.
Cboe acquired the European clearing house EuroCCP in July 2020. That same month Cboe received regulatory approval to launch CEDX on September 6, 2021.
On April 19, 2022, Cboe Global Markets announced the planned launch of new equity index futures and options products for trading on CEDX. Futures and options will be launched on four additional Cboe Europe single country index benchmarks: the Cboe Italy 40, Cboe Norway 25, Cboe Spain 35 and Cboe Sweden 30. The exchange plans to start trading on these eight new products on CEDX on Wednesday, April 27. The addition of these products brings the total number of products available for trading on CEDX to 20, adding to the 12 products made available at launch September 2021, comprising futures and options on six Cboe Europe indices: the Cboe Eurozone 50, Cboe France 40, Cboe Germany 40, Cboe Netherlands 25, Cboe Switzerland 20 and Cboe UK 100.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://ir.cboe.com/news-and-events/2022/04-19-2022/cboe-europe-derivatives-launch-new-equity-index-products|name=Cboe Europe Derivatives To Launch New Equity Index Products|org=Cboe Global Markets|date=April 20, 2022}}</ref>


== Products and Services ==
== Products and Services ==

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Cboe Europe Derivatives
Founded 2021
Headquarters Amsterdam
Products European derivatives
Website https://www.cboe.com/europe/derivatives/

Cboe Europe Derivatives (CEDX), a new exchange from Cboe Europe, launched on September 6, 2021 with clearing provided by EuroCCP, Cboe's pan-European clearing house. The exchange offers futures and options based on Cboe Europe's single country and pan-European indices, including the Cboe Eurozone 50, Cboe UK 100, Cboe Netherlands 25 and Cboe France 40 – all calculated using Cboe market data.[1]

CEDX plans to add futures and options on additional European benchmarks, along with single stock options, at a later date, based on customer demand and subject to regulatory approvals.

The market, based in Amsterdam, forms part of Cboe NL, Cboe's Netherlands-based exchange (Cboe Europe B.V.).

History[edit]

Cboe acquired the European clearing house EuroCCP in July 2020. That same month Cboe received regulatory approval to launch CEDX on September 6, 2021.

On April 19, 2022, Cboe Global Markets announced the planned launch of new equity index futures and options products for trading on CEDX. Futures and options will be launched on four additional Cboe Europe single country index benchmarks: the Cboe Italy 40, Cboe Norway 25, Cboe Spain 35 and Cboe Sweden 30. The exchange plans to start trading on these eight new products on CEDX on Wednesday, April 27. The addition of these products brings the total number of products available for trading on CEDX to 20, adding to the 12 products made available at launch September 2021, comprising futures and options on six Cboe Europe indices: the Cboe Eurozone 50, Cboe France 40, Cboe Germany 40, Cboe Netherlands 25, Cboe Switzerland 20 and Cboe UK 100.[2]

Products and Services[edit]

Initially, Cboe Europe will offer futures and options on six key European country benchmarks: Cboe UK 100, Cboe Eurozone 50, Cboe Netherlands 25, Cboe Switzerland 20, Cboe Germany 40, and Cboe France 40.

Over time, Cboe plans to offer futures and options based on additional European country benchmarks, single stock products and shorter duration index option products.[3]

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