Powering global markets
We provide global infrastructure and vital information across global financial and commodity markets. Through our 12 exchanges and 6 clearing houses across North America, Europe and Asia, we uniquely deliver risk management solutions around the world, across asset classes, regulatory jurisdictions and time zones.
Whether you’re hedging, investing or raising capital, our markets, clearing houses and data offer end-to-end solutions help transform your challenges into opportunities.
As global financial markets have grown, the need for innovation and agility has increased. You need exchanges and clearing services that provide proven risk management solutions in the time zones and regulatory jurisdictions where you want to do business. To meet that need, we’ve built safe, regulated, markets across North America, Europe and Asia that enable you to effectively mitigate risk and drive growth within your company.
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|ICE FUTURES U.S.|
|ICE FUTURES SINGAPORE|
|ICE SWAP TRADE|
|ICE OTC ENERGY|
With workspaces created specifically for your role, you can access the data, analytic tools, order management capabilities and other features that help you implement core business and trading strategies in the most efficient manner possible.
NYSE FANG+™ is a new index that provides exposure to a select group of highly-traded growth stocks of next generation technology and tech-enabled companies. Beginning on November 8, 2017, you’ll be able to access the index through a new futures contract designed to help you gain or reduce exposure to this key group of growth stocks in a capital efficient manner.
Crude oil from the North Sea forms the basis for global oil prices and is the foundation of the Brent crude oil price. The durability of this price benchmark comes from its ability to reflect global market conditions and its seaborne capacity which means it can be transported to anywhere in the world. The discovery of North Sea oil marked a new era in Europe with the supply of light sweet crude oil for the first time. It was also the start of the region’s role in the global pricing of crude oil.