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The Warsaw Stock Exchange lists options on the WIG20 index. The Exchange, as the organiser of trading, develops contract specifications for each type of derivative instrument. In its role as a clearing house, the National Depository for Securities determines procedures for clearing, settlement and record-keeping, as well as the required margins.
Options contracts are traded in a continuous system from 8.45 a.m. to 5.05 p.m. As is the case with other securities quoted in the continuous system, an auction is held at the opening and closing of trading.
Beginning October 16, 2006, investors were presented with the possibility of trading futures contracts or options block trades. Block trade transactions are made between 8:45 a.m. and 5:20 p.m. outside of the continuous trading system and using a single-price auction system.
Options contracts listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange:
|Contract Group||Underlying Instrument||Issue Date|
|Index Options||WIG20||22 September 2003|