Why the stock market's scary ride is a win for Chicago exchanges
from Crain's Chicago Business
The capital markets' ups and downs may spook investors, but turmoil is good for Chicago's exchanges. CME Group Inc., which operates the biggest futures market in the world, said it recently had the biggest trading day ever in its 166-year history. The exchange said it shattered the prior record, with volume nearly 50 percent above the one set in May 2013. CBOE Holdings Inc.'s Chicago Board Options Exchange also neared its all-time daily record set in 2011.
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