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The economy is on the mind of virtually every American these days. CME Group Managing Director and Chief Economist was on hand Tuesday at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., to participate in the “U.S. Overview: Will Recovery Prevail?” panel (scroll down for video of the session). SmartBrief caught up with Putnam after the panel to talk commodities and other factors that are bound to impact the U.S.[…] Continue Reading »
The Futures Industry Association recently released its 2015 Annual Survey on Global Derivatives Volume. SmartBrief chatted with Will Acworth, Senior Vice President of Publications, Data and Research at FIA, to learn more about the survey and the trends it uncovered.
What are the key findings of FIA’s 2015 Annual Survey on Global Derivatives Volume?
The big trend that we saw last year was a jump in the trading volume on Asian exchanges.[…] Continue Reading »
For the astute listener, second- and third-order effects were the golden nuggets of information that could be gleaned from the presentation of CME Group Chief Economist Blu Putnam this week at the 41st Annual International Futures Industry Conference in Boca Raton, Fla. Putnam’s high-level perspective on the 2016 outlook for the global economy was overall strong, but he noted differentiators in the data, which could be of concern going forward.[…] Continue Reading »
CME Group will integrate truePTS processing capabilities into CME Group’s network of regulated trade repositories under an agreement announced Wednesday at the 41st Annual International Futures Industry Conference in Boca Raton, Fla. Incorporating these capabilities enables truePTS to provide a single trade reporting application program interface to conform with obligations in the US, EU, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan.[…] Continue Reading »
Attendees at the 41st Annual International Futures Industry Conference awoke to the news this morning that London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche Boerse had announced their “merger of equals.” The news comes as a relief to many in Boca as there was a fear during yesterday’s Day One that this year’s conference would become three days of “no one talking about what everyone wants to talk about.” Perhaps ICE boss Jeff Sprecher summed it up best at the end of his exchanges information exchange yesterday when no one in the audience asked any questions: Sprecher expressed thanks and relief that no one would ask him questions he couldn’t answer.[…] Continue Reading »