Chicago Mercantile Exchange CME
Definition of 'Chicago Mercantile Exchange CME'
This exchange is often just referred to as 'The Merc.' It was founded in 1898 as the Chicago Butter and Egg Board.
Previously an NFP organization, the CME demutualized in 2000 and went public in 2002 to be traded on the NYSE under the symbol CME.
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