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Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images News via Getty ImagesWhile the above-captioned photo is now the "old" CME with the death of open outcry, the exchange is alive and well and doing business here in Chicago. With Q1 '21 financial results released a few weeks ago, the Chicago Merc has begun...
(Bloomberg) -- A crack in a bridge over the Mississippi River has stranded more than 700 barges, cutting off the biggest route for U.S. agricultural exports when the critical waterway is at its busiest.The route is shut near Memphis while the Tennessee Department of Transportation inspects a large crack in a highway bridge spanning the river, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. A queue has expanded to 47 vessels and 771 barges, with 430 of those heading north and the rest going south, Petty Officer Carlos Galarza of the Coast Guard’s 8th District said Thursday afternoon by email.The Mississippi River is the main artery for U.S. crop exports, with covered barges full of grain and soy floating to terminals along the Gulf of Mexico, while crude oil as well as imported steel also travel thro...
This stock has had 11 straight years of dividend increases and a 15% annualized return on its share price over the past 10 years.
CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced that a record 25,010 Copper options contracts were traded on May 10, 2021, surpassing the previous record of 16,029 contracts set on November 7, 2019.
Exchange operator CME Group Inc (CME.O) said on Tuesday more than 100,000 micro bitcoin futures were traded in the first six days after the contract's launch.
Exchange operator CME Group Inc said on Tuesday more than 100,000 micro bitcoin futures were traded in the first six days after the contract's launch. The micro contract is aimed at smaller, sophisticated, active traders, and represents 1/10th of a bitcoin, versus the more pricey regular contract, which represents 5 bitcoins. "Together with our existing, full-sized Bitcoin futures, this new, smaller contract further strengthens our ability to help a broad array of clients, from institutions to sophisticated, active traders, to manage their bitcoin price risk," said Tim McCourt, CME's Global Head of Equity Index and Alternative Investment Products.
CME Group Grows Suite of CVOL Indexes to Include Key Measures of Implied Volatility in Treasuries, Agriculture, Energy, Metals and Cross-Commodities
CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced it has added several new benchmark indexes to its suite of CME Group Volatility Indexes (CVOL™). Together with the previously introduced indexes, CME Group now offers 40+ CVOL Indexes across nearly every major investible asset class.
CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced that Micro Bitcoin futures volume surpassed 100,000 contracts in the new contract's first six days of trading.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc on Friday revealed details on its cryptocurrency trading group, according to a staff memo seen by Reuters. The trading group, whose formation Reuters reported in March, has been buying and selling bitcoin futures on CME Group and non-deliverable forwards, according to the memo. The announcement is further evidence that Wall Street is accepting and adopting the digital currency.
Last year was characterized by extreme volatility in the financial markets, especially early on. For CME Group (NASDAQ: CME), the first quarter of 2020 gave way to a steep drop-off in volume for its flagship interest-rate derivatives. CME Group is the biggest derivatives exchange operator in the world, handling stock index futures, commodity futures, and options, along with currencies and interest-rate products.