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Chicago Mercantile Exchange

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the World's Largest Marketplace, trading approximately $200 trillion annually in underlying value of financial and agricultural futures and options, now has a Web page. Accessible from the CME Home Page are background and product information, volume and membership-price information and charts, and the CME Model for Federal Financial Regulation, a proposal for streamlining government oversight of financial institutions.
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Date Issued [1994-]
Notes Site re-reviewed in the "Where Are They Now" section of the October 17, 1997 Scout Report: "The Chicago Mercantile Exchange was one of the first commodity exchanges to have a web presence, and at the time of annotation, it contained mostly information about the Exchange itself. Today, as do many other exchanges, it contains much detailed statistical information about Exchange activities, highlighted by thirteen price sections, including ten minute futures updates, daily and weekly charts, daily bulletins, and time and sales. Recently, it has added daily end of day data for year to date (.zip format), and a pilot program for real time quotes for futures contracts (Windows 95 or NT only, ActiveX required). It has also recently added a section on agricultural reports, a "[calculation of
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Date of Scout Publication 1994-10-14
Archived Scout Publication URL http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/report/sr/1994/10-14-94.html

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