QIM to add up to 30 futures markets, revise leverage flexibility
By Lawrence Delevingne
Tue Mar 15, 2011
Quantitative Investment Management announces a faster way to increase and decrease leverage; plans to add cocoa, cotton and live cattle to trading portfolio.
Quantitative Investment Management, the $5.65 billion managed futures firm, is planning to enter as many as 30 new futures markets in the next few months and is adjusting its leverage policy to respond more quickly to changes in performance.The new futures include such stock indices as the Nikkei 225 and S&P 400, currencies like the Mexican peso, energies like crude and heating oil, metals...
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