Contract Specifications

ContractProduct IDUnderlying

FTSE 100 Index Futures


The Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index, share index of the 100 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange with the highest market capitalisation.


Cash settlement, payable on the first exchange day following the final settlement day.

Contract value and price gradation

ContractContract valueMinimum price change

FTSE 100 Index Futures

GBP 10



Contract months

Up to 12 months: The four nearest quarterly months of the March, June, September and December cycle.

Last trading day and final settlement day

Last trading day is the final settlement day.

Final settlement day is the third Friday of each maturity month if this is an exchange day; otherwise the exchange day immediately preceding that day.

Close of trading in the maturing futures on the last trading day is at 11:15 CET.

Daily settlement price

The daily settlement prices for the current maturity month are derived from the volume-weighted average of the prices of all transactions during the minute before 17:30 CET (reference point), provided that more than five trades transacted within this period.

For the remaining maturity months, the daily settlement price for a contract is determined based on the average bid/ask spread of the combination order book.

Final settlement price

The final settlement price is established by Eurex on the final settlement day of the contract and is determined by the value of the FTSE 100 Expiry Index as calculated by FTSE International Limited following the Exchange Delivery Settlement Price (EDSP) intraday auction on the London Stock Exchange.

Further details are available in the clearing conditions and the contract specifications.

Block Trades

Admitted to the Eurex Block Trade Service with a Minimum Block Trade Size of 500 contracts.

Market-Making Parameter

All quotation parameters at a glance

  • Quotation period
  • Maturity range
  • Spread class & Maximum Spread
  • Minimum Quote Size

Liquidity Provider schemes

Mistrade Parameter

This file provides an overview of mistrade ranges for Options and Futures including information on their behavior close to expiration and in stressed markets.

Mistrade Ranges

Crossing Parameters

(section 2.6 Eurex Trading Conditions)

(1) Orders and quotes relating to the same instrument or combined instrument may, in case they could immediately be executed against each other, neither be entered knowingly by an Exchange Participant (a cross trade) nor pursuant to a prior understanding by two different Exchange Participants (a pre-arranged trade), unless the conditions according to Paragraph 3 have been fulfilled. The same shall apply for the entry of orders as part of a quote.

(2) An Exchange Participant may submit a description of his internal and external links to the EDP system of Eurex Deutschland to the Market Surveillance Office of Eurex Deutschland with a view to a decision on whether the Exchange Participant acted knowingly within the meaning of Paragraph 1. The details of the specifications of the description of the IT linkage pursuant to Sentence 1 shall be determined by the Surveillance Office of Eurex Deutschland in agreement with the Management Board of Eurex Deutschland.

(3) A cross trade or a pre-arranged trade is admissible if a participant in a cross-trade or a pre-arranged trade, prior to entering his order or quote into the EDP system of Eurex Deutschland, announces his intention to execute a corresponding number of contracts as cross-trades or pre-arranged trades in the order book (“cross request”). The order or quote giving rise to the cross trade or pre-arranged trade must be entered one second at the earliest and 61 seconds at the latest with regard to Money Market Futures contracts, Fixed Income Futures contracts, options on Money Market Futures contracts and options on Fixed Income Futures contracts, respectively 31 seconds at the latest with regard to all other futures and option contracts after having entered the cross request. The purchasing Exchange Participant shall bear the responsibility for compliance with the content of the cross request entry. Entering a cross request without subsequently entering the respective order or quote is not admissible.

(4) Paragraphs 1 and 3 shall not apply to transactions consummated during the netting process in an auction (Number 1.4 Paragraphs 2 and Paragraph 3).

(5) Paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis to other behaviour constituting evasion of this regulation.

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