Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) is to hike up fees in key
contracts, after pulling in record revenues last year.
Shortly before FO Week went to press, the exchange
said it plans to increase fees on its Eurodollar and other
interest rate contracts in March. Rates for trades of 7,500 to
10,000 contracts will rise from 3 cents to 8 cents a side.
Trades of 10,000 to 15,000 contracts will rise from 3 cents to
4 cents per side and trades of 15,000 contracts or more will
rise from 1 cent to 4 cents. Fees on trades under 7,500 will
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