US exchange giant CME reported a 15% drop in average daily volume traded
Some of the world's top futures markets have reported double
digit drops in their monthly volumes for August, reinforcing
similar results on Friday and signalling weak trading last
Derivatives giant the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
reported its daily average volume dropped 15% in August to 13.8
million contracts per day.
In line with results reported late last
week, the CME’s commodity volumes fared better
than equity- and currency-based contracts.
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