Goldman and CME team up for economic derivatives

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Goldman Sachs has joined up with the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) to further develop its economic derivatives business. Economic derivatives allow market participants to hedge or take market risk associated with the release of US and European economic indicators such as the US non-farm payrolls number. The partnership, announced in June, should bring more liquidity to the economic derivatives market.

"The CME has a tremendous history of bringing new products to market. In addition to growing

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