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CME Group is the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace offering the widest range of futures and options products for risk management. Its subsidiaries include the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the S&P Dow Jones Indices.

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Economist Perspective: Key Event Risk Dates in Q4 2018

Economist Perspective: Key Event Risk Dates in Q4 2018

Four major event dates to watch in the fourth quarter

4 Major Trade War Storylines for 2019

4 Major Trade War Storylines for 2019

2019 is shaping up as a challenging year as the unintended and powerful indirect effects of a prolonged U.S.-China trade war start to expand exponentially.

The World's Top Student Traders Are From Texas' Rio Grande Valley

The World's Top Student Traders Are From Texas' Rio Grande Valley

Three students from UT-Rio Grande Valley win the CME Group Trading Challenge with 182 percent return.

How China Is Shaping Copper Markets

How China Is Shaping Copper Markets

Electric cars, renewable energy will drive demand in the decade ahead, says report.

Even Anticipated Rate Increases Can Move Markets

Even Anticipated Rate Increases Can Move Markets

On the day of the Fed's most recent rate hike, traders found deep liquidity in Treasury futures.

Market of the Week: Australian Dollar

Market of the Week: Australian Dollar

Federal Reserve Rate Hikes vs. Australian Dollar

Your Need to Know - Forward Look

Your Need to Know - Forward Look

Key market moving events to watch for in the upcoming week.

Asia's Retail Investors Are Looking to Futures

Asia's Retail Investors Are Looking to Futures

Trading patterns of Asian retail investors are evolving, and they are increasingly using futures to boost return opportunities.

Economist Perspective: Energy Market

Economist Perspective: Energy Market

Oil: Six Major Themes To Watch!

Jacob Frenkel on the Greatest Danger to Global Growth

Jacob Frenkel on the Greatest Danger to Global Growth

Chairman of JPMorgan Chase International warns of risks from economic protectionism and fragmentation.