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USA – CFTC Orders ICE Futures U.S., Inc. to pay a $3 million civil monetary penalty for recurring data reporting violations

WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued on March 16, 2015, an Order filing and simult...

2015 Memorial Day Holiday trading schedule for ICE Futures US

Here is the 2015 Memorial Day Holiday trading schedule. ICE Futures U.S. will observe the following trading schedule for t...

FUTURES MARKETS – Intercontinental Exchange sets date for 2015 Annual Meeting of Stockholders

ATLANTA – Intercontinental Exchange, the leading global network of exchanges and clearing houses, announced that its 2015 ...

Coffee is the most traded commodity at the Ethiopia Commodity Exchange

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – Ethiopia Commodity Exchange traded 29,415 tons of coffee, 28,929 tons of sesame seed, 5,660 tons o...

CME Europe’s new cocoa futures contract wins FOW Award

LONDON, UK and CHICAGO, U.S. - CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, has won two catego...

Arabica coffee futures fall to 13-year lows, Robusta futures at 3-year lows

MILAN – Futures coffee prices in New York posted fresh new lows yesterday. The benchmark contract for May delivery settled...

ICE Futures US announces new margin requirements

NEW YORK, NY, U.S. – Effective with the open of business Wednesday, December 2, 2015 and thereafter, the margin requiremen...

Arabica coffee futures rally buoyed by a stronger Brazilian real

MILAN – Arabica coffee futures rallied on Tuesday buoyed by a stronger Brazilian real following news that Brazil's far-rig...

ICE Notice: 2016 Christmas Holiday Trading Schedule

ICE Futures U.S. will observe the trading schedule below for the 2016 Christmas Holiday. Changes from regular trading hour...

Cooxupé expects bigger coffee beans from the new crop

MILAN - Arabica futures prices edged lower on Tuesday in the first session of the week after after Monday's closure for Presidents' Day. The most active contract closed 50 points down to 117 cents per lb.