Exchange said in February it would shut most of the pits due to a drop in volume
CME Group has said it has delayed the
closure of its iconic futures pits in New York and Chicago
until at least July 6 due to a technical revision to its filing
by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).
The derivatives marketplace said late on
Tuesday that the last day for most open outcry futures trading
is now expected to take place on Monday, July 6, pending
expiration of CFTC review periods.
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