With infrastructure spending and potential eased banking and energy regulations on the horizon, Industrial (XAI), Financial (XAF) and Utilities (XAU) Select Sector futures have led select sector trading activity post-election with ~1500 contracts traded per day on average.
Select Sector futures provide sector exposure in futures form, offering a capital- and operationally-efficient alternative to select sector ETFs and ETF swaps. Market participants can tap into liquidity using the method they prefer: central limit order book via CME Globex, block trades, Basis Trade at Index Close (BTIC) block trades and Exchange for Physical (EFP) trades.
Learn more about the different ways to trade Select Sector futures and how these strategies provide liquidity to the market.
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