FX option expiries for May 24 NY cut


FX option expiries for May 24 NY cut at 10:00 Eastern Time, via DTCC, can be found below.

- EUR/USD: EUR amounts        

  • 1.0370 1.76b
  • 1.0435-40 592m
  • 1.0445-50 462m
  • 1.0480 279m
  • 1.0540-50 813m
  • 1.0585 784m
  • 1.0600 401m
  • 1.0650-55 833m
  • 1.0740 952m

- GBP/USD: GBP amounts        

  • 1.2500 378m
  • 1.2600 302m

- USD/JPY: USD amounts                     

  • 127.00 599m
  • 128.00 405m
  • 128.50 229m
  • 129.00 631m
  • 130.00 300m

- AUD/USD: AUD amounts  

  • 0.7135 247m
  • 0.7245-50 628m

- USD/CAD: USD amounts       

  • 1.2690-00 326m
  • 1.2820-25 258m
  • 1.2720 225m
  • 1.2820-25 410m
  • 1.2870 605m

- EUR/GBP: EUR amounts

  • 0.8380-85 256m
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