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CME

As the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, CME Group is where the world comes to manage risk. Through its exchanges, CME Group offers the widest range of global benchmark products across all major asset classes, including futures and options based on interest rates, equity indexes, foreign exchange, energy, agricultural products and metals. CME Group provides electronic trading globally on its CME Globex platform.

The company also offers clearing and settlement services across asset classes for exchange-traded and over-the-counter derivatives through its clearinghouse, CME Clearing. CME Group's products and services ensure that businesses around the world can effectively manage risk and achieve growth.

News from IPE

White Papers / Research from CME Group Inc.

  • CME SOFR Futures – Year One weblink

    Read about CME SOFR futures after one year.

  • Adoption of SOFR and SONIA as Floating Rate Note Benchmarks weblink

    Read an update on adoption of SOFR and SONIA as benchmarks in the floating rate note (FRN) market.  

  • Equity Options Skews: Why No Surprises? weblink

    Equity index options are the least surprising of options markets. According to data and the best of our knowledge, out-the-money (OTM) call options have never cost more than OTM puts on equity index options – reflecting the greater concern of a market slump than a rally.

  • Think Tank Points to U.S. Growth Slowing weblink

    Anxious about the U.S. economy? The Conference Board think tank is pointing to growth slowing to 1.5-2.0% but there are no imminent signs of a recession.

  • Gold/Silver Options Skews: Upside Risk Ahead? weblink

    U.S. monetary policy exerts a strong influence on the skewness of currency, gold and silver options. In a normal monetary environment where short-term interest rates are well above zero, investors tend to be more concerned about gold and silver prices rising abruptly than falling.

View more White Papers / Research from CME Group Inc.

Analysis from IPE

  • Implementation: A cost comparison of futures and ETFs

    The investment management industry has seen a relentless drive to wring out costs. A good grasp of implementation cost of using different vehicles for the same strategy matters

  • Innovation: The ‘missing link’ in a new world

    In the new world of interest rate derivatives, asset managers need to engage in product innovation and technological change, argue David Bullen and Gavin Dixon

  • A future for swaps?

    Pension funds facing new derivative-market regulation are increasingly willing to consider alternatives to traditional swaps, according to Cécile Sourbes. But the jury is still out on interest rate swap futures

  • Securities Services: The indefinite article

    Article 47.3 of the technical standards of EMIR is about to pose challenging questions for Europe’s custody banks. Cécile Sourbes finds out why

Head Office
One New Change
Fourth Floor
London
EC4M 9AF
United Kingdom
Company website:
http://www.cmegroup.com
Year Founded:
1848

What’s new

  • CME SOFR Futures – Year One

    CME SOFR Futures – Year One

    White papersWed, 29 May 2019

    Read about CME SOFR futures after one year.

  • Adoption of SOFR and SONIA as Floating Rate Note Benchmarks

    Adoption of SOFR and SONIA as Floating Rate Note Benchmarks

    White papersWed, 29 May 2019

    Read an update on adoption of SOFR and SONIA as benchmarks in the floating rate note (FRN) market.  

  • Equity Options Skews: Why No Surprises?

    White papersThu, 9 May 2019

    Equity index options are the least surprising of options markets. According to data and the best of our knowledge, out-the-money (OTM) call options have never cost more than OTM puts on equity index options – reflecting the greater concern of a market slump than a rally.

  • Think Tank Points to U.S. Growth Slowing

    White papersWed, 8 May 2019

    Anxious about the U.S. economy? The Conference Board think tank is pointing to growth slowing to 1.5-2.0% but there are no imminent signs of a recession.

  • Gold/Silver Options Skews: Upside Risk Ahead?

    White papersTue, 7 May 2019

    U.S. monetary policy exerts a strong influence on the skewness of currency, gold and silver options. In a normal monetary environment where short-term interest rates are well above zero, investors tend to be more concerned about gold and silver prices rising abruptly than falling.

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