CHICAGO, July 6- A few dozen Chicago traders donned their multicolored jackets to trade soybean and Eurodollar futures the old-fashioned way one last time on Monday, marking the end of 167 years of open-outcry trading in the city where it was born. Barring a last-minute delay by U.S. regulators, CME Group Inc will end most of its open-outcry futures operations in...» Read More
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