The largest commodity and futures exchange in the U.S. CME trading pits hold open outcry auctions on equity, currency, agricultural, and interest rate products. The fully-electronic Globex exchange is also operated by the CME.
What is CHICAGO MERCANTILE EXCHANGE (CME)?
- CHICAGO BOARD OPTIONS EXCHANGE (CBOE)
- CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE (CBOT)
- CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE (CHX)
- NEW YORK MERCANTILE EXCHANGE (NYMEX)
- FUTURES EXCHANGE
- EXCHANGE-TRADED DERIVATIVE
- COMMODITY EXCHANGE
- FOREIGN EXCHANGE (FOREX OR FX)
- LONDON INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL FUTURES & OPTIONS EXCHANGE (LIFFE)
- NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE (NSX)
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