Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)

Business / Finance / Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME): A securities exchange created in the early 1970s for the public trading of standardized option contracts. Primary place stock options, foreign currency options, and index options (S&P 100, 500, and 0.T.C. 250 index)

Other Words for Exchange

Exchange Adjective Synonyms: trade, barter, switch, change, interchange, reciprocate, return, swap or swop
Exchange Verb Synonyms: market, stock market, Stock Exchange, securities exchange, the Market, the Board, the Big Board, the Exchange, the Bourse, Wall Street, the Street
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Other Words for Mercantile

Mercantile Noun Synonyms: commercial, business, trade, marketing, market
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Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX)

Business / Finance / Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX): Established in 1992, the most liquid and best organized financial exchange in Russia. MORE

National Cheese Exchange (NCE)

Business / Agriculture / National Cheese Exchange (NCE): A now defunct private non-profit corporation that operated in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Every Friday morning for one-half hour, members of the NCE met to buy or sell cheddar cheese in 40-pound blocks and MORE

National Stock Exchange (NSE)

Business / Finance / National Stock Exchange (NSE): Second-largest stock exchange based in India. MORE

Montreal Exchange-Bourse De Montreal

Business / Finance / Montreal Exchange-Bourse De Montreal: The oldest stock exchange in Canada trading stocks, bonds, futures, and options. The Canadian Market Portfolio Index (XXM) tracks the market performance of the 25 highest-capitalization stocks traded MORE

Milan Stock Exchange

Business / Finance / Milan Stock Exchange: The largest regional stock exchange in Italy, facilitating more than 90% of the country's trading volume. MORE

Membership Or A Seat On The Exchange

Business / Finance / Membership Or A Seat On The Exchange: A limited number of exchange positions that enable the holder to trade for the holder's own accounts and charge clients for the execution of trades for their accounts. Related: Member firm. MORE

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