ICE Futures Europe

The Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) is a leading exchange group operating equity and derivatives exchanges across North America, Europe, and Asia. ICE Futures Europe, based in the UK, is composed of the former LIFFE and IPE and offers a suite of equity, interest rate, and commodity derivatives, many of which are international benchmarks.

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Currency: Swiss Franc (CHF), Euro (EUR), British Pound (GBP)

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Contracts

Trading Summary

Please make sure that you familiarize yourself with the expiration dates of the different contracts and the universal month codes for them. The month codes to denote contract expiration months are universal, and can be found on the Contract Month Codes page.

The symbology format is as follows:

XXXMYY

Where:

XXX: 1-character ICE product code, e.g., Z
M: month code, e.g., Z
YY: year code (last two digits of the year), e.g., 16

For example, the FTSE 100 Index Futures contract expiring on December 16, 2016, would be: ZZ16

Order Types

  • Limit Buy/Sell→ShortSell (Day/IOC)
  • Market Buy/Sell→ShortSell (Day/IOC)

Basic Market Rules

  • Lot Size: 1 contract.
  • Tick Size: varies by contract.
  • Short Sale Rules: short selling is allowed, and no mark or locates are required for shorting.

Additional Info

For more information, see the Rules and Regulation page.

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