The Merc's energy and foreign exchange segments performed best
Exchange giant the Chicago Mercantile
Exchange has reported a 2% rise in its average daily volume
last month to 13.1 million contracts per day.
The Chicago Mercantile
Exchange’s (CME) metals volume averaged 386,000
contracts per day in October, up 27% from the same month last
year, with strong growth in its energy and foreign exchange
segments making up for small losses in agricultural, interest
rate and equity index trading.
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