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Intercontinental Exchange transitions Liffe to ICE.

M2 EQUITYBITES-November 26, 2014-- Intercontinental Exchange transitions Liffe to ICE

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26 November 2014 -- US-based exchange and clearing house network Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE) said that it has completed the Liffe futures and options transition to ICE Futures Europe.

The final phase of the Liffe transition was completed with the equity derivatives complex transferring to the ICE platform, following the previous migrations of European interest rate derivatives and soft commodity contracts.

According to ICE, the Liffe equity derivative contracts that were migrated to the ICE platform on November 17 include futures and options on the FTSE 100 Index, futures contracts on the MSCI World and MSCI Europe Indices, as well as a comprehensive range of Single Stock Futures, Dividend Adjusted Stock Futures and Individual Equity Options.

With European equity derivatives, interest rate derivatives and soft commodities now listed on the widely distributed and feature rich ICE trading platform, these contracts can now be traded side by side on WebICE with ICE's flagship US MSCI and Russell index contracts, as well as with the Eurodollar and GCF Repo futures contracts and the US soft commodity complex.

The ICE trading platform features state-of-the art technology and functionality, including trading applications such as the WebICE trading front end,ICE mobile, ICE Chat and ICE Options Analytics.

Find out more at www.theice.com.

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