FX option expiries for Apr 25 NY cut


FX option expiries for Apr 25 NY cut at 10:00 Eastern Time, via DTCC, can be found below.

- EUR/USD: EUR amounts 

  • 1.1150 625m
  • 1.1170 637m
  • 1.1200 709m
  • 1.1250 524m

- USD/JPY: USD amounts 

  • 111.10 476m
  • 111.25 564m
  • 111.40 965m
  • 111.45 412m
  • 111.50 1.6bn
  • 112.00 1.3bn
  • 113.00 825m

 

 

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