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*Morning floor trading planned to capture Asian business* Ring floor may be expanded for new members, extra staff* First major move by LME's new owner By Josephine Mason and Susan Thomas.
By Josephine Mason and Susan Thomas. NEW YORK/ LONDON, Oct 11- The London Metal Exchange may add morning rounds of open-outcry trading for its unique futures contracts, senior trade sources say, as the new Hong Kong- based owners plot their first major move to hold off intense competition from their Shanghai rival.
Oct 8- CME Group Inc:. *Stifel cuts CME Group to hold from buy. Reuters Station users, click. 1568.
Oct 2- CME Group Inc:. *Volume averaged 11.9 million contracts per day in September 2012, up 16. *Total volume for September 2012 was more than 227 million contracts, of which.
FRANKFURT, Oct 1- Deutsche Boerse is exploring an expansion into trading currency futures contracts, a source close to the company said on Monday, mirroring a similar push by arch-rival CME Group Inc..
Oct 1- CME Group Inc:. *Jefferies raises CME Group price target to $65 from $60; rating buy. Reuters Station users, click. 1568.
"Europe will drive the bus, but if we get a nasty surprise in initial claims that could have a big effect," veteran trader Art Cashin said.
Terry Duffy, executive chairman of the CME Group, discusses his expanded role as executive chairman and president at the CME.
The Federal Reserve will have a policy meeting tomorrow. Discussing expectations for the rest of the week's bond auctions, with Jack Bouroudijan, Index Futures Group CEO.
The Misery Index is a composite created by adding the unemployment rate to the inflation rate, and it has been climbing. CNBC's Rick Santelli has the details.
The CME decides to raise margin requirements on gold futures. Insight on what this means for gold prices going forward, with Rick Van Nieuwenhuyse, NovaGold Resources CEO.
CNBC's Rick Santelli shares what he is hoping from the Fed today.
The collapse in the silver price from $49 an ounce to below $36 is a harbinger of collapses in a wider range of commodity prices. It is the end of speculative bubbles that have been building for several months. The collapse is triggered by changes to the way the trade is executed. Look for downside in silver to around $31/ounce.
What's next after last week's brutal sell-off? Will more speculators be flushed out of the market - particularly after the CME slapped 25 percent margin increases on U.S. oil futures late Monday - or can the market shrug off the bad news and find a more stable footing.