Euronext: Data Center Migration
From the exchange:
Euronext is planning to migrate its trading chain and colocation services from its current Data Centre in Basildon, UK, to the Aruba Global Cloud Data Centre IT3 in Bergamo, Italy, in Q2 2022. The move is subject to regulatory approval and operational readiness.
- 3 March 2022: Start of technical testing phase to Next EUA platform in Aruba; connectivity testing from London PoPs available
- 4 April 2022: Start of technical testing phase to Euronext DR site
- 7 April 2022: Go-Live of Next EUA environment in Aruba; functional and technical testing available from London PoPs
- 23 April 2022: Dress Rehearsal #1
- 4 June 2022: Go-Live Weekend Dress Rehearsal
- 6 June 2022: Go-Live of Aruba DC-IT3 as Primary Data Centre for all Cash & Derivatives markets
TT Platform Impact
TT is currently in the process of completing Technical Testing in the “New Production” environment. Once completed, we will submit the “Test Form Unicast and Multicast – New Production Environment – Aruba Data Centre” form to the exchange, and will also provide customers with a copy for submission, if needed.
TT successfully participated in Dress Rehearsal #1 on April 23.
TT will participate in the Go-Live Weekend Dress Rehearsal on June 4.
CME: Exchange-Recognized Eurodollar Options vs. Three-Month SOFR Options UDS: Resting Order Eliminations
Effective Sunday, June 5 (trade date Monday, June 6), a new exchange-recognized Eurodollar options vs. Three-Month SOFR options User Defined Spread (UDS) will be available for trading on CME Globex.
To facilitate this change, customers should cancel all Good ‘Til Cancel (GTC) and Good ‘Til Date (GTD) orders on UDS in the U$ group after the close on Friday, June 3. After 16:00 CT on Friday, June 3, all remaining orders for UDS in the U$ group will be canceled or deleted by CME.
CME: Changes to Japan Crude Cocktail (Detailed) Futures and Spreads: Resting Order Eliminations
Effective Sunday, June 5 (trade date Monday, June 6), Japan Crude Cocktail (Detailed) futures will be migrated from their MDP 3.0 current security group and market data channel to a new MDP 3.0 security group and market data channel.
To facilitate this change, customers should cancel all Good ‘Til Cancel (GTC) and Good ‘Til Date (GTD) orders after the close on Friday, June 3. After 16:00 CT on Friday, June 3, all remaining orders will be canceled or deleted by CME.
CME BrokerTec: DR Test
To help ensure readiness and provide an opportunity to test connectivity to DR systems, CME will hold Disaster Recovery (DR) Failover testing for BrokerTec US Markets on June 11, 2022.
This test will provide customers with a chance to test TT production connectivity to BrokerTec’s DR engines and customer gateways.
Customers must register by June 5th, and each individual participant that will test must register with the login ID they will use (GFID and GUS) so it can be permissioned for Saturday testing.
The market will open at 9:00am ET and close at 11:00am ET on Saturday, June 11th, or sooner should all registered firms complete testing before the scheduled close. The test window may be kept open through 12:00pm ET should any firms require additional time to test.
CME BrokerTec Disaster Recovery Test Script
CME: Sunsetting Eurodollar Options
Effective Sunday, June 12 (trade date Monday, June 13), Eurodollar and Mid Curve option quarterlies will be sunset, and no additional contracts expiring after June 16, 2023 will be listed.
Additionally, serial and weekly Eurodollar options expiring prior to the June 2023 expiration will continue to be listed per product listing rules.
Please Note: All currently listed expirations will remain listed and continue to trade.
CME: Changes to Lead Month Roll Procedure for E-mini S&P 500 and Micro E-mini S&P 500 Futures
Effective Sunday, June 12 (trade date Monday, June 13), the lead month roll procedure for E-mini S&P 500 and Micro E-mini S&P 500 futures will be amended as follows:
|Product Name||Product Symbol||Current Lead Month Roll Procedure||New Lead Month Roll Procedure|
|E-mini S&P 500 Stock Price Index Futures||ES||Lead month rolls quarterly effective on the Thursday one week prior to expiration||Lead month rolls quarterly effective on the Monday of the week of expiration|
|Micro E-mini S&P 500 Stock Price Index Futures||MES||Lead month rolls quarterly effective on the Thursday one week prior to expiration||Lead month rolls quarterly effective on the Monday of the week of expiration|
Please Note: This change will be implemented for the June 2022 roll, making the March 2022 contracts the final roll using the existing procedure.
Eurex: Change of Partition ID and Multicast Addresses for the Product FESQ
Eurex is making configuration changes for the product FESQ in preparation for the introduction of an additional Inter-Product Spread. The partition ID and the multicast addresses for dissemination of market data via the Enhanced Market Data Interface (EMDI) and the Enhanced Order Book Interface (EOBI) will be reassigned.
The new partition ID and multicast addresses will become effective in the production environment from the business day 13 June 2022 onwards. The reference data containing all the respective changes will be provided following the start of the T7 trading system for the business day Monday, 13 June 2022.
Moving products from one partition to another may lead to a scenario where GTC/GTD orders entered and owned by one high-frequency session come to reside on two different partitions. As a high-frequency session login is always partition-specific (via a partition-specific gateway), the respective owning session needs to login to the new partition to manage orders for products which have been moved. To manage orders for products which have not been moved, the owning session needs to login to the old partition.
Participants may require additional high frequency sessions for the new partition and must therefore ensure that they order them via the Member Section of Deutsche Borse Group. New sessions ordered between Monday and Friday before 17:30 CE(S)T will become active on the next business day.
|Product||Old Partition||New Partition|
Eurex/EEX: T7 10.1 Upgrade
Eurex has upgraded to the 10.1 version in Simulation, and TT will support this upgrade in UAT in the first week of May. Please note: this upgrade no longer includes the NextGeneration ETD Contracts (see below for more information).
TFEX: New Currency Futures
TFEX has announced the introduction of four new Currency Futures with a tentative launch date of July 18, 2022. The Product Codes will be listed as follows:
- EUR/THB Futures – “EUR”
- JPY/THB Futures – “JPY”
- EUR/USD Futures – “EURUSD”
- USD/JPY Futures – “USDJPY”
Starting from May 2, the new products will be available in UAT for testing and also for access by Brokers for the purpose of verification and submission of the readiness survey to the exchange.
SGX: Gift City Market Launch
SGX and NSE IFSC announced their partnership in 2019, which is now culminating in the launch of the SGX Gift City market, providing SGX members with offshore access to the NSE Nifty market on a new platform that is mutually beneficial to both exchanges. The exchange launch is currently scheduled for July 22 2022.
TT is currently preparing for the launch with the introduction of our new “SGX_GIFT” market, which is now available in the UAT test environment.
All participants performing testing on SGX_GIFT in UAT should please note the following:
- The initial availability of SGX_GIFT in UAT is not the final production release version.
- Although there will be no major changes in fundamental features and functionality following this initial release, minor changes to behavior and/or non-critical field values should be expected.
- TT will announce when the final production-ready version is ready for deployment, and kindly asks that Brokers and End Users refrain from contacting Support to report issues / bugs / incidents until after the final production-ready version is available.
Availability of the final production-ready version of SGX Gift City will be announced via System News.
Inauguration of SGX’s GIFT City office and the launch of GIFT Data Connect
JPX: Introduction of Holiday Trading
JPX has announced the introduction of Holiday Trading with a launch date of September 20 2022. This new exchange initiative will allow trading during Japan public holidays for Index Futures and Options and all Commodity Futures and Options (including TOCOM products). Securities Options, JGB Futures and Options on JGB Futures will not be tradable during holidays.
For support of order management and trading during holidays, changes to TT Order Connector (OC) are currently in progress and will be deployed to UAT for testing as soon as possible. To ensure correct display of trading status during holidays, a TT Market Data Server (MDS) change is needed. This MDS change will be available in UAT starting from May 24 2022.
For detailed information about JPX Holiday Trading on the TT Platform, please refer to the JPX Holiday Trading document.
JPX: System Reboot
JPX has announced the introduction of Recovery by system reboot with a launch date of September 20 2022. This new exchange initiative is to allow the exchange to resume trading following certain failure scenarios. JPX is rolling this out as a response to Arrowhead failures experienced by the exchange during the 2021 Calendar year.
TT Platform will fully support all elements of the System Reboot process including all sequence number changes, settlement price updates and post-reboot order workflow. TT Business and Engineering Teams will coordinate efforts to verify correct platform response during the pre-scheduled test environment weekday test events.
Eurex: Next Generation ETD Contracts
February 6, 2023
Eurex is aiming to introduce a more flexible set-up of Exchange Traded Derivatives (ETD) products by implementing an enhanced contract identification concept in February 2023 allowing more than one expiration per month on product level (sub-monthly contracts).
New features, changes and improvements:
- Integration of Weekly Expiring Instruments on Product Level
- Volatility Strategies in Single Stock Options
- Market-On-Close Futures T+X (Basis Trading in Equity Index Futures)
Weekly contracts will follow the new format of DDMMYYYY (current format: MMYYY), and will be listed under the same Product symbol as the Monthly contracts.
Example: OEB1, OEB2, OEB3, OEB4 will be listed under the OESB Product Symbol, and will be sequentially integrated.
Monthly Option: OESB Sep22
Sub-monthly Options, Week 1-5): OESB Sep22-W1Fr, OESB Sep22-W2Fr, OESB Sep22-W3Fr, OESB Sep22-W4Fr, OESB Sep22-W5Fr
Market on Close T+X will be eligible for MSCI Futures. An example is the following:
On T, Client trades the calendar between the daily future (T+1) and the standard future. After the T+1 session, the index close of T+1 is published by MSCI. On T+2, the T+1 index close is entered as the Final Settlement Price for the daily future. At the end, the Client has paid basis + index close for the standard future.
TT will support the sub-monthly contracts and T+X MSCI Futures in the UAT environment shortly after the T7 10.1 Upgrade on June 27, 2022. More details on the Production rollout plan will be confirmed after UAT support has been added.
FIA: Execution Source Code Schema Initiative (Tag 1031)
Timeline Varies by Exchange
Multiple exchanges, in cooperation with the FIA Execution Source Code Schema Initiative, are moving forward with plans to implement FIX tag 1031 (CustOrderHandlingInst) on their APIs.
- CME: Tag 1031 is supported and is mandatory.
- ICE: Tag 1031 is supported, but not required.
- Eurex: Tag 1031 is supported, but not required.
- CurveGlobal/IDEM: Tag 1031 is supported, but is not required.
TT Platform Impact
For CME, tag 1031 is now available for use in Production. Customers should select a valid value in Setup or set Order Tag Defaults.
For ICE, tag 1031 is now available for use in Production. Customers should select a valid value in Setup or set Order Tag Defaults to send the value to the exchange. Customers can choose not to select any value as this is an optional field for ICE.
For Eurex, support of tag 1031 on the TT platform is now available. Customers should select a valid value in Setup or set Order Tag Defaults to send the value to the exchange. Customers can choose not to select any value as this is an optional field for Eurex. On the X_TRADER platform, tag 1031 is not currently supported.
For CurveGlobal and IDEM, support for tag 1031 was added on February 3 for both exchanges.