"The Small Exchange's products allow traders of all account sizes the ability to invest and manage risk across several asset classes with capital efficiency and standard construction. Three cash-settled contracts based on proprietary indices in equities, metals, and foreign exchange that are more manageable and accessible than traditional futures products are initially being offered. The partnership with CQG will help facilitate the trade of these new products worldwide using CQG's robust front-end trading platform" reports Cision PR Newswire.

"Our team is excited to launch and count on CQG's cutting-edge technology. We have a shared goal in mind and that is to bring the benefits of futures products to more participants," said Pete Mulmat, the Small Exchange's Chief Commercial Officer. "We looked for access to a large pool of participants and an exceptional platform experience when searching for potential partners. CQG had everything we needed."

The Small Exchange is making futures markets more accessible to more people with small, standard, and simple products that combine the best of futures and stocks.

Read the full article: The Small Exchange Announces Access to New Markets Via CQG.

Benzinga, Finextra, and Fintech Inshorts also reported on this story.

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