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IntercontinentalExchange is taking a cue from rival CME Group in reducing its electronic grain trading hours. Beginning May 31, trading at ICE will begin the week at 5 p.m. Central on Sunday and run to 1:30 p.m. Central on Monday, according to a...
Never mind that winter is upon us. It is the chill of ICE from Atlanta descending on New York causing goose bumps for those connected with Chicago's trading exchanges. No one knows for certain what the impact will be of upstart IntercontinentalExchange'...
The New York Stock Exchange is being sold to a rival exchange for about $8 billion, ending more than two centuries of independence for the iconic Big Board. IntercontinentalExchange Inc., an upstart exchange based in Atlanta, said Thursday that NYSE...
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Money & CompanyNasdaq has put together an $11.3-billion bid for the New York Stock Exchange, trying to break up the Big Board's recently announced sale to Germany's leading stock exchange. Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. has reportedly been trying to put together a......
Money & CompanyAs cotton prices soared to historic highs this week, weaving woe for mills and clothing retailers, the IntercontinentalExchange announced that has taken a rare step to try to cool off the heated cotton market. The U.S.’ main cotton exchange said......
December 27: Author - Erika S. Olson Talks About Her Book Zero-Sum Game: The Rise of the Worlds Largest Derivatives ExchangeWGN NewsErika Olson To purchase a copy of the book: Zero-Sum Game: The Rise of the World's Largest Derivatives Exchange In 2007, a stranger-than-fiction multibillion-dollar bidding war for the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) erupted between the Chicago...
Tribune senior correspondentThe historic merger agreement between Chicago's two leading futures exchanges, the Merc and the Board of Trade, went up for grabs Thursday after a surprise $9.9 billion bid from an out-of-town rival who says the city would be better off keeping its...
Tribune senior correspondentFirst of two parts The bidding war for the Chicago Board of Trade hit almost $10 billion last week, astounding exchange members who not long ago were being offered a few hundred-thousand dollars apiece for the ownership interests they still quaintly call...
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