Interest rate derivative trading will cease at 1:30 p.m. today, July 29, 2016. Furthermore, the Exchange's markets will be closed on August 1, 2016 (Civic Day).
What is an RSS/XML feed?
RSS/XML feeds allow you to read news about the Montréal Exchange at your own convenience. Using an RSS feed reader/agregator lets you access information from m-x.ca in the environment of your choice. Simply choose your feed from the links provided below.
How can I use an RSS/XML feed?
To display our RSS/XML feeds on your computer, you must first get a RSS feed reader/agregator. Once the reader is installed on your computer, you can download the feed of your choice.
Where can I get an RSS reader/agregator?
RSS feed readers/agregators are available for download on the Web. We recommend you get information to make sure the reader/agregator is compatible with your operating system.
How can I obtain RSS feeds from the Montréal Exchange?
To obtain the feed you want, copy/paste the hyperlink of the feed below in the appropriate RSS/XML reader field.
Warning: XML feeds may not work properly on RSS readers.
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