In March 2009, E-micro FX futures were listed for trading. The E-micro FX contracts have been successful, serving a need in the market place for retail customers looking to trade the FX asset class in a transparent, open market place. Initially the E-micro FX contracts were averaging over 5,500 contracts per day (around $70 million per day). This volume had leveled off at around 3,500 contracts per day (around $50 million per day) although more recently it has increased to 4,857 contracts per day.
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