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 +'''What is a Futures Exchange?'''
A futures exchange is a central marketplace with established rules and regulations where buyers and sellers meet to trade futures and options on futures contracts. A futures exchange is a central marketplace with established rules and regulations where buyers and sellers meet to trade futures and options on futures contracts.
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In recent years most futures exchanges ran trading floors and facilitated trading "pits" where floor traders and brokers would trade using the open outcry auction approach to price discovery. Recent years have seen the ascendance of electronic trading where orders are placed by customers and matched by computers at the exchange. The vast majority of futures trading and price discovery is now done via electronic means. In recent years most futures exchanges ran trading floors and facilitated trading "pits" where floor traders and brokers would trade using the open outcry auction approach to price discovery. Recent years have seen the ascendance of electronic trading where orders are placed by customers and matched by computers at the exchange. The vast majority of futures trading and price discovery is now done via electronic means.
-The five main futures exchanges are:+'''The five main futures exchanges are:'''
Euronext LIFFE Euronext LIFFE
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Eurex Eurex
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CBOT - Chicago Board of Trade CBOT - Chicago Board of Trade
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CME - Chicago Mercantile Exchange CME - Chicago Mercantile Exchange
-IPE - The International Petroleum Exchange+ 
 +[[International_Petroleum_Exchange|IPE - The International Petroleum Exchange]]

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What is a Futures Exchange?

A futures exchange is a central marketplace with established rules and regulations where buyers and sellers meet to trade futures and options on futures contracts.

In recent years most futures exchanges ran trading floors and facilitated trading "pits" where floor traders and brokers would trade using the open outcry auction approach to price discovery. Recent years have seen the ascendance of electronic trading where orders are placed by customers and matched by computers at the exchange. The vast majority of futures trading and price discovery is now done via electronic means.

The five main futures exchanges are:

Euronext LIFFE

Eurex

CBOT - Chicago Board of Trade

CME - Chicago Mercantile Exchange

IPE - The International Petroleum Exchange


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