Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE) operates leading regulated exchanges, trading platforms and clearing houses serving global markets for agricultural, credit, currency, emissions, energy and equity index markets. ICE operates three futures exchanges including London-based ICE Futures Europe, which hosts trading in half of the world’s crude and refined oil futures contracts traded each day. ICE Futures U.S. and ICE Futures Canada list agricultural, currency and Russell Index futures and options markets. ICE also provides trade execution, processing and clearing services for the over-the-counter (OTC) energy and credit derivatives markets. A component of the Russell 1000® and S&P 500 indexes, ICE serves customers in more than 55 countries and is headquartered in Atlanta, with offices in New York, London, Chicago, Winnipeg, Calgary, Houston and Singapore.
The ICE Futures U.S. Fee Schedule is available here.
Products Traded Through ICE Futures U.S.:
Agricultural and Softs
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