Deutsche Börse plans to expand the scope of tradable instruments on its pan-European Xetra International market from 86 securities at present to 1,000.

By summer 2010 the existing offering for France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Spain and Italy will be enlarged by 700 securities.

In this way all Euro Stoxx instruments from these countries and additional highly liquid ones will become tradable and will be settled in their home countries.

In the second half of 2010 Deutsche Börse plans to admit to trading securities from the Stoxx Europe 600 from Switzerland, Great Britain, and Ireland – the first two in their domestic currency, Ireland in euro.

Planned to follow at the end of the year are shares from Austria, Denmark, Greece, Norway, Portugal and Sweden as well as Polish shares from the Stoxx Eastern Europe 300 and further highly liquid securities from these seven countries.

In total 1,000 shares will then be available for trading on XIM. The expansion is subject to respective national regulatory approval.


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