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RBA Glossary definition for CME

CME – Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc.

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Collateral and Liquidity: Striking the Right Balance

9 Jul 2014 Speech
Mark Manning
Speech by Mark Manning to the Global Investor/ISF Australia Conference


21 Oct 2021 PSB Annual Report - 2021 PDF 76KB

The Profitability of Speculators in Currency Futures Markets

2 Dec 2009 RDP PDF 142KB
2. Description of the Data. Our analysis uses seven major currencies for which futures contracts have tradedon the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME): the Australian dollar (AUD), Britishpound (GBP), Canadian dollar (CAD), ... Our futures prices and open

Submissions on New Financial Stability Standards

9 Mar 2023
CME Group 122. KB. 19 October 2012.

Oversight, Supervision and Regulation of Financial Market Infrastructures

15 Oct 2020 PSB Annual Report – 2020
The Bank's next assessment of CME was scheduled to be published in early 2021. ... Since then, changes to the end-of-waterfall rules for the CME OTC IRS clearing service have been implemented.

Biographies of Contributors | Conference – 2018

12 Apr 2018 Conferences
facilities such as LCH (European-based clearing house) and CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange).

Central Counterparty Interoperability

20 Jun 2012 Bulletin PDF 668KB
Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin June Quarter 2012

Developments Relating to the Bank's Assessment | Assessment of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc.

9 Mar 2023
CME maintains separate default resources (i.e. default waterfalls) for each clearing service. ... CME must share its assessments of these arrangements with the Bank for review.

The Financial Situation Three Years On

9 Sep 2010 Speech
Guy Debelle
Speech by Guy Debelle to the Westpac Macro Strategy Forum, Sydney

Non-dealer Clearing of Over-the-counter Derivatives

20 Mar 2014 Bulletin – March 2014
Ashwin Clarke and Paul Ryan
In 2009, the G20 leaders agreed that all standardised over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives should be cleared through central counterparties (CCPs). Accordingly, an increasing proportion of OTC derivatives are now centrally cleared, particularly where