The world's big four major derivatives exchanges continued
to post strong growth through October as they head into the
final quarter of another bumper year for the industry.
The main trend of the year continued with volume growth in
the US keeping Europe in the shade. Chicago Mercantile Exchange
(CME) showed some of the best figures of the city's big three
derivatives institutions, reporting average daily volume of
over 3.2m contracts in October, up 32% on October 2003. Year to
date, the exchange is 24.4% up on 2003.
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