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CME Group (CME) May average daily volume was 17.9M contracts, not much higher than 17.8M ADV in April.Compares with 23.9M contracts in May 2019.Open interest at the end of May was 114M contracts.By asset classes:Interest rate ADV of 8.2M contracts;Equity Index ADV of 5.2M contracts increased 23% Y/Y; E-mini Russell...
Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Tuesday: MoneyGram, SL Green rise; CME Group falls
In light of advanced figures from CME Group for Natural Gas futures markets, open interest rose for the fourth consecutive session on Monday, now by n
CME Group’s flash data for crude oil futures markets noted traders scaled back their open interest positions by nearly 13.5K contracts on Monday. In t
Farmer sentiment improved slightly in May after falling sharply in both March and April, according to the Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer. The index was up 7 points from April to a reading of 103, but it remained nearly 40 percent below its all-time high of 168 set in February 2020. The Ag Economy Barometer is based on responses from 400 U.S. agricultural producers and this month's survey was conducted between May 18-22.
CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today reported May 2020 market statistics, showing it reached average daily volume (ADV) of 17.9 million contracts during the month. Open interest at the end of May was 114 million contracts. Market statistics are available online in greater detail at https://cmegroupinc.gcs-web.com/monthly-volume.
In light of preliminary readings for crude oil futures markets from CME Group, traders added nearly 16.3K contracts to their open interest positions o
As U.S. businesses reopen after weeks of pandemic lockdowns, many have been posting coronavirus disclaimers or requiring employees and patrons to sign waivers before entering. From hair salons and recreation centers to stock exchanges and wedding photographers, the notices have sprung up across the country, asking guests to acknowledge they might contract a disease that has so far killed over 100,000 Americans. Companies are using signs, forms and website postings as a shield against lawsuits, but the measures do not prevent people from seeking damages due to negligence, the same way someone might sue after falling on a slippery floor or getting sick from walls covered in lead paint, experts said.
According to preliminary readings of crude oil futures markets from CME Group, open interest and volume rose by around 4.6K contracts and by nearly 45
(Bloomberg) -- A popular exchange traded fund that uses complex derivatives to track oil is being investigated by U.S. regulators over whether its risks were properly disclosed to investors, scrutiny triggered by crude’s historic slump during the coronavirus crisis, said three people familiar with the matter.The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission have both opened probes into the $4.64 billion United States Oil Fund, said the people who asked not to be named because the matter is private. The fund has lost 75% of its value this year.Issues the agencies are examining, the people said, include whether shareholders were adequately informed that the ETF’s value wouldn’t necessarily move in tandem with the spot price of oil and the fund’s recent de...