US exchange giant will need a record December to beat record 2008 volumes
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the
world’s largest derivatives exchange, has had a
strong year in terms of trading volumes and could be on course
to beat record volumes seen in 2008.
A spike in volatility following the ending
of US Quantitative Easing saw volumes jump 31% in October and
7.4% in November, taking the Merc past its 2013 volume.
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