The Merc's European venture is looking to expand its product coverage
CME Europe hopes to start trading natural gas in September
subject to regulatory approval, marking the latest move by the
nascent exchange as it looks to expand its range of
The exchange, which launched two months ago, already trades
currency futures and biofuel so the inclusion of natural gas
will expand its energy portfolio and put CME Europe into direct
competition with ICE Europe, the dominant gas exchange in the
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