New version of the Eurex trading interface 1.7.0 released
The new version of the Eurex trading interface supports one of the complex derivative market instruments – futures spread. A futures spread has two ‘legs’ which present instruments of the same type – futures with various dates (a calendar spread). A purchase of a futures spread means purchasing a particular number of futures with an earlier date (the first ‘leg’) and simultaneous selling the same number of futures with a later date (the second ‘leg’).
For the QUIK-users this instrument is available in the new ‘Eurex: Futures spreads’ class. In addition, the ‘Eurex: Futures spreads’ class translates an order for the first ‘leg’ of the instrument and also trades for the first and second ‘leg’.