Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Chicago Mercantile Exchange is an international marketplace that brings together buyers and sellers of derivatives products. The Exchange offers futures and options on futures in four basic product areas: interest rates, stock indexes, foreign exchange and commodities
Chicago Mercantile Exchange. A not-for-profit corporation owned by its members. Its primary functions are to provide a location for trading futures and options, to collect and disseminate market information, to maintain a clearing mechanism, and to enforce trading rules. Applies to derivative products. Primary place futures (OTC 250 industrial stock price index, S& P 100 and 500 index) and futures options (S&P 500 stock index) are traded.
Chicago Mercantile Exchange. A government licensed futures exchange that provides livestock, financial and dairy futures contracts for its members to trade. The CME has been around since the late 1900s when it was known as the Chicago Butter and Egg Exchange.
Chicago Mercantile Exchange. The world's largest livestock exchange, it traces its origins to a group of agricultural dealers who formed the Chicago Produce Exchange in 1874. It was given its present name in 1919.
Continuing Medical Education. The continuing education of practicing physicians through refresher courses, medical journals and texts, educational programs and self-study courses. In some states CME is required for continued licensure.