Chicago Board of Trade (CBoT)'s parent company, CBoT
Holdings, last week announced that third quarter earnings rose
by 63%, bolstered by higher volumes and a rise in its average
rate per contract.
The company, which raised $172.3m in its IPO on 19 October,
posted third quarter net earnings of $19.8m, or 40 cents per
share, up from $12.2m a year earlier.
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