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TT Adds Collocated Access to Thailand Futures Exchange

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Trading Technologies (TT) continues to expand its global reach with the introduction of collocated execution and client connectivity services at the Thailand Futures Exchange (TFEX). This takes the TT trading platform into Thailand for the first time, providing TT’s global user base with direct market access to TFEX’s portfolio of listed derivatives, including futures, options and options on futures in certain equities, debt instruments, and commodities.

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