The Management Board of Eurex Deutschland took the decision to reduce TES (Trade Entry Services)/Eurex EnLight Minimum Block Trade Sizes (MBTS) for selected Fixed Income futures and options, effective 1 March 2023.
This circular contains the updated sections of the relevant Rules and Regulations of Eurex Deutschland.
Production start: 1 March 2023
2. Required action
Eurex invites all Trading Participants to familiarize themselves and their clients with the new lower thresholds.
3. Details of the initiative
With effective date 1 March 2023, the TES/Eurex EnLight Minimum Block Trade Sizes (MBTS) were reduced as follows:
Euro-BONO Futures (FBON)
CONF Futures (CONF)
Mid-Term Euro-BTP Futures (FBTM)
Mid-Term Euro-OAT Futures (FOAM)
Options on Euro-OAT Futures (OOAT)
Publication of new thresholds
You can find the updated TES/Eurex EnLight Minimum Block Trade Sizes on product level in the attached Contract Specifications for Futures contracts and Options Contracts at Eurex Deutschland (hereafter: Contract Specifications).
The full version of the Contract Specifications will be published on the Eurex website www.eurex.com under:
Rules & Regs > Eurex Rules & Regulations > 03. Contract Specifications
As a reminder, the individual TES Profiles for simple instruments and strategies are always available on the next trading day in the file “YYYYMMDD_tradeEntryServiceProfiles.csv” on the Eurex website under the following link:
All Trading Participants of Eurex Deutschland and Vendors
Front Office/Trading, Middle + Backoffice, IT/System Administration, Auditing/Security Coordination
Eurex Circular 056/22
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