NYMEX ACCESS

NYMEX ACCESS

A computerized, after-hours trading program on the New York Mercantile Exchange. One may use ACCESS between NYMEX's close and its open, Monday through Thursday. One may use NYMEX ACCESS anywhere in the world.
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After September 11th, the exchange was the first in New York to reopen trading when it launched its web-based NYMEX ACCESS trading system on September 14th, and the first business to reopen west of Ground Zero, when it resumed floor trading on September, 17th.
Through a combination of open outcry floor trading and the NYMEX ACCESS and NYMEX ClearPort-trading electronic platforms, a wide range of products - including crude oil, petroleum products, natural gas, coal, electricity, gold, silver, copper, aluminum and platinum group metals markets - are available virtually 24 hours each day.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex averaged 121,034 contracts per day and represented a 1,396% increase over 8,090 contracts per day in September 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex averaged 108,708 contracts per day and represented a 1,447% increase over 7,025 contracts per day in August 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex averaged 113,109 contracts per day and represented a 1005% increase over 10,238 contracts per day in July 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex averaged 102,266 contracts per day and represented a 674% increase over 13,219 contracts per day in June 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex averaged 106,116 contracts per day and represented a 502% increase over 17,615 contracts in May 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex averaged 95,000 contracts per day and represented a 400% increase over the April 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex for the first quarter 2007 averaged 90,000 contracts per day and represented a 650 percent increase over the first quarter 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex averaged 91,000 contracts per day and represented a 685 percent increase over the February 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
COMEX electronic volume on CME Globex averaged 80,000 contracts per day and represented a 515 percent increase over the January 2006 NYMEX ACCESS electronic volume.
confirmed today that it will migrate its after hours energy futures contracts from NYMEX ACCESS, the exchange's after-hours electronic trading system, to the CME Globex electronic trading platform, which operates virtually 24 hours each trading day, beginning on August 6 for trade date August 7.