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CME Group Announces Survey on Hours
Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Tue Jan 22, 2013 02:16 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- CME Group started a formal effort to gather customer feedback on expanded CBOT grain and oilseed trading hours on Tuesday, six months after the expanded trading hours went into effect.

CME will gather feedback through an online survey, which will be available through Jan. 31, and will host several focus groups in addition to its ongoing one-on-one conversations with customers.

"We've received significant customer feedback about the extended hours we implemented for CBOT grains last summer," said Tim Andriesen, CME Group managing director of agricultural commodities and alternative investments, in a press release. "As we start a ...

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