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  • Nov 10- The holding company for Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc CME Group Inc said Chief Executive Phupinder Gill informed the board that he would retire at the end of this year. Chairman Terry Duffy will take up the additional role of CEO after Gill leaves, the company said. Gill was named CEO in 2012..

  • CME took emergency action to allow bigger-than-normal price swings in its interest rate futures on Election Day on Tuesday.

  • CHICAGO, Nov 7- CME Group Inc took emergency action on Monday to allow bigger-than-normal price swings in its interest rate futures on Election Day on Tuesday, as the market operator warned that the U.S. presidential vote could increase volatility. The owner of the Chicago Board of Trade and Chicago Mercantile Exchange said it will widen price fluctuation...

  • *Euronext in talks with LSE on Clearnet SA- sources. *Rivals like CME Group seen as possible bidders for Clearnet SA. LONDON/ PARIS, Oct 19- The London Stock Exchange's move to sell off its French clearing business has left France's stock market operator Euronext facing a dilemma.

  • *Euronext in talks with LSE on Clearnet SA- sources. *Rivals like CME Group seen as possible bidders for Clearnet SA. LONDON/ PARIS, Oct 19- The London Stock Exchange's move to sell off its French clearing business has left France's stock market operator Euronext facing a dilemma.

  • Oct 17- Financial and commodity markets operator Intercontinental Exchange Inc will have to sell commodities software house Trayport to preserve competition in the energy trading industry, Britain's competition watchdog said on Monday. http://bit.ly/2elcJZN. The New York Stock Exchange owner shelved plans in May to make a counterbid for the London...

  • *Singapore looking to bring London pricing to Asia. SINGAPORE, Oct 17- China is marketing its yuan gold price to foreign exchanges and Singapore is looking at bringing London's gold benchmark to users in Asia, in moves meant to boost the region's exposure and influence in the global bullion market. Home to the world's biggest buyers China and India, Asia's...

  • Mad Money 2

    Jim Cramer was shocked at the strong performance of exchange stocks, thanks to a recent wave of consolidation.

  • More trouble for banks?

    The "FMHR panel" and Jim Cramer discuss the current big worries over banks.

  • CME to close NY trading floor

    The CME will close the NY trading floor at the end of year. CNBC's Seema Mody reports the details.

  • China Merchants Group wants to buy Baltic Exchange

    The state-run conglomerate is joining the race to buy London's Baltic Exchange.

  • New York's Wall Street.

    A class action lawsuit accuses banks of conspiring to limit competition in the $320 trillion market for interest rate swaps.

  • A trader signals offers in the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index futures pit at the CME Group in Chicago.

    The CME Group plans to raise transaction fees on a host of products starting Jan. 1, 2016, pending regulatory approval, the exchange said on Monday.

  • Another volatile trading session ahead?

    The fundamentals still remain solid, says Alan Knuckman, Barchart Bulls-eye Options, weighing in with his market outlook ahead of the opening bell.

  • End of an era

    The Chicago trading pits go quiet for the first time in 167 years. The FMHR traders discuss.

  • CME futures pits now in the past

    The last day of trading in the futures pits in Chicago and New York is set for today.

  • The trading floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange is shown in early 1997 in Chicago.

    Scott Cohn has fond memories of reporting from the CME pits. But, it's hard to mourn them. It's time to move on.

  • David Greenberg

    Former CME trader David Greenberg recalls the rush of trading in the pits — and the risks of letting electronic trading take over.

  • Gladiator

    The trader known as "The Wolfman," who stood behind Rick Santelli in many a CME live shot, laments the closing of the pits—the "Colosseum" for futures traders.

  • End of an era at the CME

    CNBC's Rick Santelli, a veteran of the pits at CME, breaks down what the closure of the futures pits means for the exchange and its traders.