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Key Takeaways The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or Merc, is an organized exchange for trading futures and options. CME was originally called the Chicago Butter and Egg Board and was used for trading agricultural products, such as wheat and corn. In the 1970s the CME added financial futures, followed shortly by precious metals, Treasuries, and other assets. More items...What does CME stand for in trade?
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), colloquially known as the Chicago Merc, is an organized exchange for the trading of futures and options. The CME trades futures, and in most cases options, in the sectors of agriculture, energy, stock indices, foreign exchange, interest rates, metals, real estate, and even weather.