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NEW HEADQUARTERS AND OFFICES
December 1, we announce that our head office and our offices moved AVENUE F. RESTELLI 5-2014 MILAN (Italy).
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NEWS

12/21/2015
LME DAYS OF CLOSING AND CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
We remind our customers that the London Metal Exchange will observe the following hours during the holiday season:
Dec. 24: closed at 17:00
Dec. 25: closed all day
Dec. 28: closed all day
Dec. 31: closed at 17:00
January 1: closed all day

THE OFFICES OF FT MARKETS WILL BE CLOSED ON 24, 25 AND 31 DECEMBER, 1 AND 6 JANUARY.
SERVICE FT MARKETS WILL BE REGULARLY DISTRIBUTED DURING ALL HOLIDAYS.
THE NEWS SERVICE WILL BE SUSPENDED FROM 24 DECEMBER TO 6 JANUARY.
11/17/2015
NEW OFFICIAL TIME DISTRIBUTION
From November 23, 2015 the LME announced the official metals prices distribution new time :
Copper 13:45
Aluminum Alloy And Nasaac 13:50
Tin 13:55
Lead 14:00
Zinc 14:05
Primary Aluminum 14:10
Nickel 14:15
Aluminum Premiums 14:20
Steel 14:25
12/1/2014
NEW HEADQUARTERS AND OFFICES
December 1, we announce that our head office and our offices moved AVENUE F. RESTELLI 5-2014 MILAN (Italy).
1/22/2014
Euribor data stop update
We advise our kindky customers that Euribor data stop update due to a different EBF data distribution policy.
1/7/2014
Reduction in the number of Euribor tenors as of 1 November 2013
As part of the recommendations issued by EBA/ESMA in January 20131, Euribor has been
required to focus on maturities with the highest use and volume of underlying transactions.
Rates should be scaled down from 15 currently (1-3 weeks and 1-12 months) to no more than
7 (1 and 2 weeks, 1, 3, 6, 9 and 12 months) at the maximum and fewer if appropriate. The
reduction in the number of tenors would concentrate on eliminating those tenors that are
already proven to be less used and of which fewer financial instruments are priced. Such a
reduction would therefore have the benefit of simplifying the submission process without
creating major financial stability risks in the transition process.

After consulting the panel banks with a view to assess the impact of the reduction in the
number of Euribor tenors existing contracts and envisage potential transitional measures2, it
was agreed to discontinue the 3 weeks, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 and 11 months tenors as of 1
November 2013.

Consequently, as of 1 November 2013, the Euribor index will be calculated and published
for the following 8 maturities: 1 and 2 weeks and 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 and 12 months.

Since today ahead, FT Mercati will shows only updated maturity.
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