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The Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, known as ADX, plans to enable trading of futures contracts on single stocks in 2019, and they may be available for the benchmark ADX General Index, Chief Executive Officer Rashed al-Blooshi said Monday in an interview.Saudi Arabia's stock exchange, the biggest in the Middle East, announced last week that it will introduce index-futures trading next year, with the contracts and options on single stocks expected to be available by 2020 . Investors can already trade futures on UAE company stocks listed on the Nasdaq Dubai exchange, but liquidity is thin.
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