Chicago Board of Trade (CBoT) last week announced plans to
launch a new futures contract based on the Dow Jones AIG
commodity index, beginning 2 October.
The contract was to be traded on screen and had been
designed, the exchange said, to reflect "customer demand for an
exchange-traded instrument that provides diversified, global
commodities exposure". CBoT added that it was in negotiations
with market makers to provide two-sided liquidity for the new
contract and anticipated having them in place for the
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