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“Alex Perry's Optionstopia” takes a look at this week’s options news highlights: Cboe Europe’s New Equity Index Products; FIA hits record volumes; SEC Kicks Off Scholars Program Applications | John Lothian News

“Alex Perry’s Optionstopia” takes a look at this week’s options news highlights: Cboe Europe’s New Equity Index Products; FIA hits record volumes; SEC Kicks Off Scholars Program Applications

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ALEX PERRY

 Associate Editor

Alex Perry is an Associate Editor with John Lothian News with a primary portfolio of contributing to the options-centric video series The Spread and options related news.

Alex Perry’s Optionstopia 

Alex Perry’s Optionstopia” takes a look at this week’s options news highlights: Cboe Europe’s New Equity Index Products; FIA hits record volumes; SEC Kicks Off Scholars Program Applications

Options News Script

This week: Cboe launches new equity index products, FIA hits record volumes, and the SEC opens its internship program.

 

This is Alex Perry with John Lothian News, and this is your recap of options and market news from the week. Here are some of the week’s top stories. 

Cboe Europe Derivatives To Launch New Equity Index Products

Cboe

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Cboe Global Markets announced that it’s launching new equity index futures and options products on the Cboe Europe Derivatives Exchange (CEDX) [Alex’s note to herself: pronounced ‘Sed-Ex’] toward the end of the month. CEDX, Cboe’s Amsterdam-based equity derivatives exchange, will launch futures and options on four additional Cboe Europe single country benchmarks: the Cboe Italy 40, Cboe Norway 25, Cboe Spain 35 and Cboe Sweden 30. Cboe says that adding these new products will bring the total number of products available for trading on CEDX to 20. The products will be available for trading starting April 27th.

 

All-or-None Transactions

CME Group

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The CME Group has issued a statement regarding its All-or-None transactions. In its Market Regulation Advisory Notice, the exchange said that the notice “

is being issued [to] enable All-or-None (“AON”) transactions for open outcry trading of Options on Three-Month SOFR Futures, Options on One-Month SOFR Futures and all Options on Three-Month Eurodollar Futures.” The advisory notice is pending CFTC regulatory review and will be effective on May 2, 2022.

 

ETD Volume – March 2022

FIA

https://www.fia.org/resources/etd-volume-march-2022

 

The FIA has released its volume and open interest numbers for March 2022. The report included data on its worldwide volume of exchange-traded derivatives of 6.85 billion contracts in the month of March, the highest monthly total ever recorded. The total March ETD options volume was 4.2 billion contracts. The FIA also notes that its March total was up 10% from February 2022 and up 23% from March 2021.  

 

Citadel Securities forks out $2.6 billion annually for payment for order flow and most of it’s on options

Annabel Smith – TheTrade

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Citadel Securities is shelling out the big bucks – in fact, it spent $2.6 billion for payment for order flow (PFOF) in 2020 and 2021, with well over half… being spent on options. This was the most any market maker spent for payment for order flow in those two years. According to The Trade, “Equities makes up a small portion of PFOF, accounting for around $877.5 million of Citadel Securities’ spend, with $1.7 billion of its $2.6 billion spent on options flow.”

 

Netflix stock plunges 37% on shocking subscriber loss

CNBC

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/04/20/netflix-plunges-trading-subscriber-loss.html

 

Your favorite streaming service is facing some setbacks. Netflix stocks plunged a whopping 37% Wednesday morning after losing around 200,000 customers in the first quarter. Netflix is bracing for the worst, as the streaming giant expects to lose another 2 million customers in the current quarter, according to Bloomberg Law. CNBC said that Netflix blames the drop on “competition and easing pandemic restrictions,“ and the Washington Post said it was partly due to Netflix pulling out of  Russia. It was also reported that other streaming services like Disney, Roku, and Paramount took a dive.

 

SEC Scholars Program 

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

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Lastly, the SEC is accepting applications for its SEC Scholars Program, which will begin in the fall. The paid internship is ten weeks long and is open to enrolled undergraduate and graduate students. The program offers student trainee positions in law and program support and it is set to start on August 29. The application deadline is April 22.

That’s all for now, but be sure to tune in to this week’s edition of John’s Take. Also, be sure to check out our “Options Term of the Week,” presented by Euronext. Just a friendly reminder that the 40th annual Options Industry Conference is fast approaching and will be held on May 10-12 in San Antonio, TX.

THIS HAS BEEN ALEX PERRY FOR JLN. THANKS, AND WE’LL SEE YOU NEXT TIME.

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THIS WEEK’S VIDEOS

John Vaile Saw the Potential of Financial Futures and Helped Make Them A Success

John Vaile Saw the Potential of Financial Futures and Helped Make Them A Success

John Vaile had an aunt who invested in the stock market who bought Vaile some stock when he was 10 years old and that experience caused him to want to be a stockbroker. As a result, Vaile became a student of the market.

He went to a couple of different colleges in Illinois, then ended up in a program at Wharton for students who did not graduate from college. 

Vaile was working for Morgan Stanley and living in Lake Geneva, WI, surrounded by friends in the futures markets and he wanted to get involved with what was happening. He said he badgered Morgan Stanley to get involved. They gave him permission, but he said he could see how long it would take for them to truly become involved and he did not have the patience for that.

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