NYBOT


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NYBOT

New York Board of Trade

A commodity futures exchange based in New York. Founded as the New York Cotton Exchange in 1870, it was a privately owned company until it became a wholly owned subsidiary of Intercontinental Exchange in 2007. It trades a variety of commodities, notably cotton, cocoa, coffee, and sugar.

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Small producers of good quality coffees and efficient growers have seen a change in attitude from the local intermediaries and buyers that aggressively court them, and more often than not, are willing to pay them better prices than the international traders of NYBOT.
Separately, a full seat at NYBOT hit an all-time high of $1 million on September 20, 2006.
Under terms of the merger agreement, NYBOT, a member-owned, not-for-profit entity in New York, would be merged into a Delaware for-profit corporation and become a subsidiary of ICE.
ICE announced on July 26 that effective September 3, 2007, NYBOT will be renamed ICE Futures US, reflecting the successful integration of NYBOT with ICE's existing businesses and reinforcing ICE's comprehensive offering of products and services, and its emphasis on innovation, customer focus and growth.
The primary drivers of increased operating expenses were the inclusion of operating expenses and amortization of the intangible assets relating to NYBOT, and $10.
NYBOT exchange and clearing fees for transactions on the ICE electronic platform for both the Russell 2000(R) full-size and mini contracts will be waived through September 2007.
The NYBOT will continue to benefit from SDS' strong record of on-time delivery of high-performance, real-time information and transaction systems.
We recognized early on that IP technology, specifically in voice trading, would benefit our members in several ways," said Pat Gambaro, chief operating officer for NYBOT.
NYBOT successfully introduced electronic trading for the U.
For the first time, NYBOT gave certification to non-US ports: to Hamburg/ Bremen and to Antwerp.
The NYBOT, in particular, brings great experience in planning and practicing actions needed in emergency situations, and the sector members and I welcome the opportunity to learn from the best practices of this new member.