CME's All-Or-None Rule Shows Promise Amid Sea Of Falling Exchange Volumes


The Chicago Mercantile Exchange's new rule that allows pit transactions to be designated as all-or-none (AON), is proving quite promising in its first few months of operation, boosting volume on the exchange and receiving positive feedback from traders.

AON is a conditional order that must be filled and executed in the full amount and must have a minimum of 100 contracts per order. AON orders can be traded at whatever price expedites the filling of the order, at one price, and for the total

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