CME Migrations to Boost Order Entry, Trade Data

CME Group has begun migrating the final sets of contracts onto new matching engines that will reduce the latency of trade-to-tape turnaround, allow traders to modify orders faster and more efficiently, and provide more granular trade data, in a series of moves to make the trading process faster for algorithmic traders.

At press time, CME planned to migrate Chicago Board of Trade US Treasury interest rate products to the new engines on Sunday, Aug. 7, and CME-listed Eurodollar futures on Sunday

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