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Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:20 AM CDT

(Dow Jones) -- CME Group Inc. has released details of a plan to change contract specifications for its $10.2 billion lean hog futures market in a request for feedback circulated to customers Friday.

"We identified these potential changes to our CME Lean Hog futures contracts specifications through our ongoing product review process and outreach to customers, and we're now seeking broader customer feedback," said CME spokesman Chris Grams.

Last week, the exchange confirmed plans were underway to review existing livestock product specifications, including trading hours, after some have cited high volatility in those markets.

Grams said at the time that ...

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