22.03.2011 - Asian exchanges continue to rise in volumes league table
India’s currency futures contracts were among the fastest growing last year. But at $1,000 per contract, their size “is about 10 times smaller than the typical contract size at the Tokyo Financial Exchange. Another year, another triumph. In 2009, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India had overtaken the Nasdaq OMX Group to become the seventh largest derivatives exchange in the world. In 2010, it surpassed Chicago Board Options Exchange and Brazil’s BM&FBovespa SA to become the world’s fifth largest derivatives exchange, Futures Industry Association’s (FIA) latest rankings show..............................................Full Article: Source
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