Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)

Definition: [crh] Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) is the largest futures exchange in the United States and the second largest exchange in the world for the trading of futures and options on futures. Founded in 1898 as a not-for-profit corpDefinition: oration, in November 2000 CME became the first U.S. financial exchange to demutualize and become a shareholder-owned corporation. Its futures and options on futures trade on CME's trading floors, on its GLOBEX electronic trading platform and through privatelDefinition: y negotiated transactions. CME has four major product areas based on interest rates (including Eurodollar futures, the world's most <Definition: A HREF="/?rd=actively">actively traded futures contract), stock indexes (such as the (S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 futures), foreign eDefinition: xchange and commodities.

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