New York Futures Exchange


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New York Futures Exchange (NYFE)

A wholly owned subsidiary of the NYSE that trades futures and options on the NYSE composite index.
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New York Futures Exchange (NYFE)

A wholly owned subsidiary of the New York Cotton Exchange formed in 1979 as part of the New York Stock Exchange to provide facilities for trading futures and futures options contracts. Most trading on this exchange is in NYSE composite stock index futures.
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(4) The New York Futures Exchange *NYSE) is a wholly owned subsidiary of The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT).
The CFTC, supported primarily by the Chicago and New York futures exchanges, sought to maintain jurisdictional control of stock index futures.

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