As the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, CME Group (www.cmegroup.com) is where the world comes to manage risk. CME Group exchanges offer the widest range of global benchmark products across all major asset classes, including futures and options based on interest rates, equity indexes, foreign exchange, energy, agricultural products and metals. Around the world, CME Group brings buyers and sellers together through its CME Globex® electronic trading platform and its exchanges based in Chicago, New York and London. CME Group also operates one of the world's leading central counterparty clearing providers through CME Clearing and CME Clearing Europe, which offer clearing and settlement services across asset classes for exchange-traded and over-the-counter derivatives. CME Group's products and services ensure that businesses around the world can effectively manage risk and achieve growth.
The purpose of this white paper is to learn how portfolio managers and traders perform the cost-benefit analysis when deciding between futures and ETFs for index replication.
Market Response to Recent FOMC Rate Decisions - How Markets Behave Before & After Fed Rates Decisions
This white paper provides a review of how markets behave before and after Fed rate decisions and explores the impact of Fed rate decisions to market pricing.
This white paper describes the mechanism, with three use cases, for using CME FX Link – the first ever electronic spread between OTC FX and FX Futures.
This white paper explores the impact of the October U.S. employment data release throughout the E-mini S&P 500 futures session, as traders worked to digest the report and understand portfolio implications.
This white paper explores the advantages that CME FX futures offer traditional market practitioners in the OTC FX markets. It further examines how CME FX futures can be used to replicate cost-efficient, manageable synthetic exposure to OTC FX spot, forward, and swap transactions.
This white paper addresses the reasons driving voluntary clearing of emerging market swaps, including the counterparty, capital and operational efficiencies.
The Efficiency of Counterparty Netting in OTC Derivatives: How Clearing Solves the Uncleared Margin Puzzle
This white paper considers the margin efficiencies generated by counterparty netting within clearing and by using interest rate swaptions as a worked example, quantifies those margin efficiencies.