FX option expiries for Sept 19 NY cut

FX option expiries for Sept 19 NY cut at 10:00 Eastern Time, via DTCC, can be found below.

- EUR/USD: EUR amounts

  • 1.0625-30 855m
  • 1.0645-55 220m
  • 1.0700-10 1.34b
  • 1.0730-35 496m
  • 1.0750-60 765m
  • 1.0765-75 3.25b
  • 1.0795-05 766m

- GBP/USD: GBP amounts     

  • 1.2290-00 1.0b
  • 1.2400 388m
  • 1.2455-65 587m
  • 1.2500m 572m
  • 1.2700 905m

- USD/JPY: USD amounts                     

  • 145.15-25 1.95b
  • 145.30 451m
  • 145.50-55 471m
  • 147.00-10 1.2b
  • 147.95-05 702m
  • 148.15 300m
  • 148.50 584m

- USD/CHF: USD amounts        

  • 0.8800 652m
  • 0.8935 304m

- AUD/USD: AUD amounts

  • 0.6395 450m
  • 0.6415-20 416m
  • 0.6525 600m
  • 0.6550 334m
  • 0.6650 562m

- USD/CAD: USD amounts       

  • 1.3150 569m
  • 1.3655-65 332m
  • 1.3670-80 370m

- NZD/USD: NZD amounts

  • 0.5850 719m
  • 0.5910 279m

- EUR/JPY: EUR amounts

  • 155.00 400m
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