Options on the stock of Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
were listed on Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE),
International Stock Exchange (ISE), American Stock Exchange
(Amex) and Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) last week. The
move comes after an embarrassing false start in June when CBOE
and PHLX posted the contract but were then forced to withdraw
when ISE pointed out that the CME stock did not meet all the of
the criteria for options trading.
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