CME Group chief executive slams proposed position limit regulations as “unnecessary”
Risk awards 2011
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange launched a clearing service for credit default swaps on December 15, with several major dealers and buy-side firms as founding members. Will it capture market share from rival IntercontinentalExchange? By Alastair Marsh
Chicago-based CME Group is in preliminary discussions aimed at acquiring the New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex), the two firms announced on January 28.
CME Group's Chicago-based chief executive, Craig Donohue, talks to Mark Pengelly
The global exchange industry will see yet more consolidation during 2008, believes Craig Donohue, chief executive of the CME Group in Chicago.
Jaime Caruana will step down as chairman of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision in July, when his six-year tenure as head of the Spanish central bank expires. A Bank for International Settlements (BIS official says the Committee plans to discuss...
Derivatives exchanges in Europe and the US view Asia as a significant future source of growth in trading activity. “Asia is the next wave of growth for our industry,” said Craig Donohue, chief executive of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), speaking...
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange has said it will convert all its equity index options to European-style expiration by the end of the year as part of an aggressive growth strategy.
Reuters customers will have direct access to the professional interbank foreign exchange markets via the Chicago Mercantile Exchange’s (CME) electronic trading platform, Globex, later this year.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has slashed transaction fees for all products traded electronically on Globex in Europe, bringing its costs in line with rivals the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and Eurex. However, the cut of 73% to 44 cents, from...