Trading on Liffe, the London futures market, fell again in April and the average daily number of contracts of 551,060 for the first four months of 1995 is 9 per cent lower than in the comparable period in 1994. Slightly less than 8 million contracts were traded in April, some 35 per cent less than the same month last year. The collapse of Barings in February was blamed as one factor behind the drop in business.
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