NYMEX to offer Mid-Atlantic futures contract

Koning, Rachel
January 1999
Bond Buyer;01/14/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30558, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that the New York Mercantile Exchange has won approval to offer another electricity futures and options contract tied to the Mid-Atlantic region. Usefulness of the contract to Mid-Atlantic municipal utilities allowed to use hedging products.


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