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Chicago Currency Exchange Futures


Chicago currency exchange futures market is operated by the big derivatives marketplace, Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME).

There’s also Chicago Board of Trade, which primarily offers interest rate, metals and agricultural based derivatives. Both of these marketplaces have complementing product lines.

The primary place for Chicago forex futures, CME, offers reliable market data, fast executions of trades, and a wide variety of related services.

Chicago Currency Exchange Futures – CME

CME is an important ingredient in the infrastructure of global finance. Their products, futures and options on futures, help companies and individuals worldwide manage price risks related to the uncertainties of supply and demand.

While the exchange has roots in the agricultural industry, CME has a reputation for continuous innovation, and as an example of this, the company introduced the world’s first financial futures more than 30 years ago.

Today, CME products include interest rates, stock indexes, foreign exchange and commodities.

CME now offers electronic access to its full range of FX contracts virtually 24-hours a day. Electronic trading is made side-by-side with the regular floor trading in CME’s FX pits.


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