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CME

Abbrev. for coronal mass ejection. See coronal transients.
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Since their launch in May 2018, more than 195 global market participants have traded over 6.3 million SOFR futures contracts at CME Group.
Qualitative findings: The three pre-identified themes were perceptions about CME, Implementation Problems and Solutions for Implementation.
CME Group will transition the following businesses to CME Amsterdam B.V.
'Raising the biofuels blend will only aggravate this, as the upward adjustment in the CME blend is projected to increase the pump prices in diesel by at least P2.25 per liter,' he added.
CME is the largest futures and options exchange globally by volume, whose platforms host some of the most actively traded futures in energy, rates and indices.
This will come from the increased mileage derived from the new diesel mix with 5 percent CME.
This closed transaction is valued at GBP 10 per share (USD 14.06) in cash and CME shares.
The current diesel blend in the country consists only of two percent CME and 98 percent regular diesel.
The criterion for the presence of CME was macular fluorescence during the late phase that was greater than the surrounding background fluorescence.
Contracts will be listed on CME Europe with a first trade date scheduled for March 30, 2015.