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CME Group Inc , the world's largest futures exchange operator , reported a drop in first-quarter profit as trading in its lucrative energy products slumped and average revenue per trade fell. The Chicago-based company also said on Thursday that April
Gold rebounded Tuesday from the biggest drop in 33 years as BlackRock Inc. said sales didnt reflect fundamentals and an Asian central banker said policymakers may take the opportunity to buy...The two-day, 13 percent plunge, the biggest since January
The top derivatives regulator sided with the CME Group Inc in a row over client data on Wednesday, a decision which could lead to a contentious lawsuit by a rival firm. The fight, which has pitted Wall Street against Chicago's powerful commodity
February 25, 2013 9:38AM Chicago-based CME Group Inc., the world's largest futures exchange, has approached Deutsche Boerse AG to consider beginning talks on a merger, Bloomberg News reported Monday, citing unnamed sources familiar with the situation.
In a stinging new allegation over the integrity of the futures markets, federal regulators Thursday sued CME Group Inc. and two former employees over leaks of confidential trading information to an outside broker.
The decision to allow the plan to expire next year comes after Michael E. O'Neill, the New York company's chairman, met with numerous Citigroup shareholders in a bid to avoid a repeat of an embarrassing defeat last spring in the shareholder-advisory
Updated: February 5, 2013 7:16PM CME Group Inc., owner of the Chicago futures markets, Tuesday reported a 77 percent drop in its fourth-quarter profit as sluggish trading continued to slam its financial results.
the operator of the New York Stock Exchange, is putting pressure on CME Group Inc. (Nasdaq: CME ) to find a dance partner before closing time...A new regulatory environment, set up to address the issues thought to have caused the financial crisis of
The deliverable CNH futures will be launched and listed in Chicago in the fourth quarter of this year and in Europe in the second quarter of 2013, said the largest exchange operator in the United States. CME's products come into play as the Hong Kong
Billy Hunt is a veteran Chicago trader who specializes in the riskiest type of options deals. Yet it's the supposedly safe money in his brokerage account that keeps him up at night. A year after the collapse of MF Global cost him $1.9 million, Hunt