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  • ...d rules exist to limit, or cap, the influence of the largest components on index level. As compared with the [[S&P 500]] and other indexes, the NASDAQ-100 d ...every company -- more than 3,000 in total -- that is listed on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange.
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  • <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/CFTC CFTC Open Meetings]</div> <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/CFTC_Office_of_the_Inspector_General_-_Dodd-Frank_Cost-benefit_Analyses
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  • | products = Advocacy association for futures (and options) industry, reports, publications, conferences <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/FCM Futures Commission Merchant Regulation]</div>
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  • <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Foreign_Boards_of_Trade_Regulation_-_Comment_Letter_-_Eurex_-_January_1 <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Swap_Entities_Regulation Swap Entities Regulation]</div>
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  • ...rencies. The company's customers include [[investment bank]]s, trading and market-making firms, brokerage houses, [[institutional investors]] and [[hedge fun ...keted software for pricing, trading and [[risk management]] in [[financial market]]s.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.orc-group.com/The-Company/This-is-Orc/Com
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  • | company_name = Chicago Board Options Exchange | products = Options on equities, equity indexes, ETFs
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  • | company_name = Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange The Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE), founded in 1935, is a fully automated equity and derivativ
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  • | products = Cash, futures and options grains products ...a [[cash market]] and subsequently for [[futures contract|futures]] and [[options]].
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  • ...gle stocks, interest rates, wool, grains and electricity; equity and index options; and CFDs ...sset]] class exchange formed in 2006 by the [[merger]] of the [[Australian Stock Exchange]] and the [[Sydney Futures Exchange]], combining [[cash]] [[equiti
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  • | products = Cash equities, bonds and ETFs; futures and options in equity indexes and single stocks, and interest-rate futures ...and Clearing (HKEx) was created in 2000 as the [[holding company]] for the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, the [[Hong Kong Futures Exchange]] (HKFE) and Hong K
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  • | products = Equities, stock index futures and options and equity options ...electronic exchange that lists index futures, index options, and security options.
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  • | products = KRX KOSPI 200 Index derivatives ...(Kofex), the [[Kosdaq Market]] and the Kosdaq committee, part of the Korea Stock Dealers' Association. It provides an [[electronic platform]] for the [[trad
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  • ...ts = Cash equities, bond futures, equity index futures and options, single-stock futures and palm oil futures | homepage= [http://www.bursamalaysia.com/market/ www.bursamalaysia.com] }}
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  • | company_name = New Zealand Stock Exchange ...nd Stock Exchange ([[NZX]]) operates equity, debt, derivative and energy [[market]]s in New Zealand.
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  • The SGX was created on Dec. 1, 1999, following the merger of the [[Stock Exchange of Singapore]] and the [[Singapore International Monetary Exchange ...ally recognized for its outstanding over-the-counter ([[OTC]]) derivatives market, SGX AsiaClear, by receiving its second Asia Exchange of the Year award fro
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  • | company_name = Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse) ...na Stock Exchange is based on securities trading and listing, market data, index calculation and IT services.
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  • ...ns]] on interest rates, [[equity index]]es, [[bond]]s and commodities, and market data <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Executive_Compensation_Regulation_-_Comment_Letter_-_NYSE_Euronext_-_Ap
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  • | company_name = Warsaw Stock Exchange | products = Cash equities, bonds, index futures and options, stock options and currency futures
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  • | company_logo = [[image:Index.png|200px|Image: 200 pixels]] | products = Futures and options in equity indexes and single stocks
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  • | company_name = New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) ...11 Wall Street in New York City, is the world's largest stock exchange by market cap of all its listed companies and is often referred to as the "Big Board.
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  • ...cts = Interest rate, equity index, foreign currency, commodity futures and options and alternative investments (e.g. weather, real estate) <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/CME_Group_Proposed_Rule:_Regulatory_Reporting_of_Swap_Data_-_January_20
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  • | products = Hard red winter wheat futures/options ...contracts, which include both [[KCBT Hard Red Winter Wheat futures]] and [[options]] contracts, trade on CME Group's [[CBOT]] agricultural complex.
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  • | company_name = Philadelphia Stock Exchange | products = Cash equities, options and currencies
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  • | company_name = São Paulo Stock Exchange ...fixed-income instruments and equity derivatives, including stock and index options.
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  • |employer = Chicago Board Options Exchange ...e chairman of the board of [[CBOE Holdings]], Inc. and the [[Chicago Board Options Exchange]] ([[CBOE]]). Brodsky assumed this role in May 2013, after serving
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  • ...]] [[trading]], as well as [[investment banking]], [[asset management]], [[market data]] and [[brokerage]] services. Cantor operates trading desks in every m ...involved in new marketplaces through CantorCO2e, [[Cantor Gaming]], Cantor Index, Cantor LifeMarkets, Cantor Entertainment, Cantor Real Estate, Cantor Excha
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  • <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Category:Citigroup Citigroup]</div> <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Category:Citigroup_Comment_Letters Citigroup Comment Letters]</div>
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  • |cname = AEX Index |commod = Stock index
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  • ...rmwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Agricultural_Swaps_Regulation Commodity Options and Agricultural Swaps]</div> ...rmwiki/index.php/Designated_Contract_Market_Regulation Designated Contract Market Regulation]</div>
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  • ...[[IDEX USD Interest Rate Swap Futures]], World Currency Futures and Sector Index Futures. NFX futures contracts are cash settled, not deliverable contracts. ...ng House (IDCH). The clearing house for all other NFX [[trade]]s is [[The Options Clearing Corporation]] (OCC).
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  • ...2000 represents the bottom 2000 companies in the [[Russell 3000 Index]] by market capitalization. The Russell 2000 and other members of the Russell index family were created in 1984 by asset manager Frank Russell Company (now [[R
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  • ...[[derivatives]] [[exchange]]s and the largest European futures and options market. It also provides [[clearing]] services for [[derivatives]], [[equities]], ...URO STOXX 50 futures and options]], the fourth- and seventh-largest equity index derivative contracts by volume, respectively.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://mar
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  • David Krell is an option market exchange executive, educator and consultant who is the co-founder of [[Inte ...tegic advice as Sophis looked to work with its share of the North American market.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/founder-
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  • ...livan-Award.jsp|name=Gary Katz to Receive Joseph W. Sullivan Award at 2018 Options Industry Conference|org=OCC|date=January 31, 2018}}</ref> ....optionseducation.org/conference/agenda/panelists.jsp|name=Panelists, 2010 Options Industry Conference|org=optionseducation.org|date=April 26, 2010}}</ref>
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  • <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Derivatives_Clearing_Organizations_Regulation Derivatives Clearing Orga <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Category:OCC_Comment_Letters OCC Comment Letters]</div>
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  • ...timent that reflects [[investor]]s’ consensus view of expected [[stock]] market [[volatility]] (the “[[investor fear gauge]]”) over the coming 30 days. ...o plans to expand trading hours for VIX options and options on the S&P 500 Index in 2014.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/12/idUSL
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  • ...4, respectively, in response to proven demand for [[CBOE Weeklys|Weeklys]] options generally, and volatility contracts that measure a shorter time period in p ...ions to measure expectations of 30-day volatility, the VXST Index uses SPX options that expire every week (including SPX Weeklys) to gauge expectations of nin
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  • ...x U.S. options exchanges, they account for approximately 10 percent of all options listed.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.optionseducation.org/basics/leaps/lea |name=www.optionseducation.org|org=Options Industry Council "Availability of LEAPS®|date=Nov. 4, 2007}}</ref>
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  • ...d in 1896, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is a [[price-weighted]] index composed of 30 of the largest, most liquid [[NYSE]] and [[NASDAQ]] listed s ...rial [[stocks]]. Instead, the index serves as a measure of the entire U.S. market, covering such diverse industries as financial services, technology, retail
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  • ...[[risk]] and uncertainty. The VIX Index is a 30-day risk forecast of stock market volatility and typically has an inverse relationship with the [[S&P]] [[ben ...article_id=423211&in_page_id=53611&ct=5|name=30-Second Guide To Volatility Index (VIX)|org=This Is Money|date=October 20, 2008}}</ref>
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  • ...merican Derivatives Exchange|date=June 22, 2011}}</ref> including [[binary options]] in a wide range of markets. * Revamping product offerings - Indices, bull spreads, binary options, contract sizes
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  • ...me="CBOE Weeklys Microsite"}}</ref> -- one-week options versus traditional options that have a life of months or years. ...expiration]]. They offer the same continuous, two-sided quotes as standard options. However, they are listed on Thursdays and expire the following Friday. The
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  • ...tion_-_Comment_Letter_-_OneChicago_-_February_22,_2011 Designated Contract Market Regulation - Comment Letter - OneChicago - February 22, 2011]</div> <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Swap_Entities_Regulation Swap Entities Regulation]</div>
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  • <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Federal_Register:_Margin_Requirements_for_Uncleared_Swaps_for_Swap_Deal <div class="item">[http://www.marketsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Swap_Dealers_and_Major_Swap_Participants_Regulation Swap Dealers and Ma
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  • ...ten have their own tracking [[index]] that can also be traded like a stock index. ...sell]] are among the best known of these organizations. The [[Nasdaq Stock Market]] also has licensed a number of indexes based on various underlying groups
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  • ...cap]]s." All [[stock]]s in the S&P 500 index are traded on the [[New York Stock Exchange]] and [[NASDAQ]]. ...hanges in [[capitalization]] resulting from [[merger]]s, [[acquisition]]s, stock rights, substitutions, etc.
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  • ...investor peers are viewing the bullishness or bearishness of a particular stock (on which ISE has a corresponding [[option]]).<ref>{{cite web|name="ISEE on == What Is the ISEE Index? ==
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  • ...option buyer may choose whether or not to [[exercise]] the option by the [[options exercise]] date. ...and grew crops and other [[agricultural commodities]] and brought them to market to sell to commercial entities.
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  • ...2=true&link2=true&symbol=IXZ]]. The companies represented have an adjusted market capitalization of approximately $9 trillion. To be eligible for inclusion in the ISE 250 index, a company must:
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  • ...d index attempts to capture at least two-thirds of the entire industry’s market capitalization. ...]] indexes -- select a maximum number of 20 companies of the industry by [[market capitalization]].
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