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Tue Jan 29, 2013 03:59 PM CST

CHICAGO (Dow Jones) -- CME Group Inc. will reduce the number of hours its grain futures are traded in response to industry feedback, the exchange announced Tuesday.

The exchange, which is in the midst of surveying customers on trading hours, said that while the survey isn't complete, it has already received enough responses to cut hours for grain and soybean futures, pending approval from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

But the exchange added that given varied opinions on when the markets should trade, it is "continuing to vet alternatives with our customer base." It said it would offer more details ...

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