Bloomberg reports that “changes are made in accordance with the spirit and letter of the sanctions.”

The Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), based in the USA, the world’s largest operator of the futures market, where futures contracts for all types of underlying assets are traded, will stop indexing Russian and Belarusian debt obligations from March 31. This was reported on Friday by Bloomberg.

“These changes are made in accordance with the spirit and letter of the sanctions, as well as the rules and regulations in force in our business,” the agency quotes the ICE statement.