Chicago Board of Trade (CBoT) reasserted its financial
strength last week, declaring second quarter net income of
$16.5m, up 67% from the $9.9m reported for the same period in
2003. Exchange revenues rose as well, up 6% from $95.9m to
$102.1m, despite fee cuts in the face of competition from Eurex
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