FX option expiries for June 10 NY cut


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

- EUR/USD: EUR amounts

  • 1.0685 1.1b
  • 1.0760 570m
  • 1.0775 1.1b
  • 1.0800 961m
  • 1.0850 834m
  • 1.0875 580m
  • 1.0900 1.7b

- USD/JPY: USD amounts                     

  • 155.95 540m
  • 156.15 405m

- USD/CHF: USD amounts     

  • 0.8900 529m
  • 0.9000 600m
  • 0.9080 583m

- AUD/USD: AUD amounts

  • 0.6590 728m
  • 0.6600 904m

- USD/CAD: USD amounts       

  • 1.3625 720m
  • 1.3680 639m
  • 1.3750 610m
  • 1.3880 695m
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