Hikes are across the Merc's energy, interest rates and agricultural suites
Derivatives market CME Group is set to
hike trading fees across its product offerings for the second
time in a year, marking the latest fee hike by a large futures
The Merc said the new transaction fees -
which are charged for each contract for buyers and sellers -
will come into effect January 1 2016.
Clearing and transaction fees generate the
bulk of CME Group revenue, with rises planned across the
exchange’s contract suite, including interest
rates, energy, and agricultural.
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