Minneapolis Grain Exchange


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Minneapolis Grain Exchange

Also called MGEX. An exchange for agricultural commodities, notably corn, soybeans and wheat. Futures, options and actual commodities are traded on MGEX. It was established in 1881.
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The Swedish trading systems developer OM has received a contract for its trading system CLICK from Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX) in the US.
The contract means that OM will act as a Trading Service Partner to Minneapolis Grain Exchange and operate its trading system.
Although farmed salmon has yet to make it onto the Minneapolis Grain Exchange, international trade in farmed salmon has boomed as well.
In the opinion of this writer, the shrimp industry needs the Minneapolis Grain Exchange futures trading program.
Such partners include the intermediary brokerage firms that meet federal capital requirements who will execute trades as well as the Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX), a nearly 130 year old exchange that will act as a third party to clear and settle trades.
In addition to feeds for CME and CBOT products, Savvis' CME Group feed features new connections to the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), the Kansas City Board of Trade (KCBOT) and the Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX).
Penson GHCO is a registered Futures Commission Merchant, member of the National Futures Association and clearing member at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, London International Financial Futures Exchange, ICE Futures, Minneapolis Grain Exchange and the Kansas City Board of Trade.
Penson GHCO is a member of Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, Intercontinental Exchange, EUREX, London Clearing House, LIFFE, and the Minneapolis Grain Exchange.
Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX or Exchange) Board of Directors names DTN CEO, Robert Gordon, a 2007-2008 public director
Penson GHCO is a registered Futures Commission Merchant and clearing member at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, London International Financial Futures Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange, International Petroleum Exchange, Minneapolis Grain Exchange and Clearing Corporation.

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