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Amsterdam Exchanges (AEX)
Amsterdam Power Exchange (APX)
Brazilian Mercantile & Futures Exchange - Bolsa de Mercadorias & Futuros (BMF)
Buenos Aires Stock Exchange - Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires
Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT)  
Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) - securities options market
Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. - (CME) 
Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange, Inc. - Parent company is the New York Board of Trade
Euronext Amsterdam (AEX)
Euronext Paris SA - Le Marche Des Options Negociables de Paris (MONEP)
European Derivatives Market (EUREX)

French Futures & Options Exchange - Marche a Terme Intl de France (MATI)

Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE)
International Monetary Market (IMM)
International Petroleum Exchange (IPE)
Italian Exchange - Borsa Italiana (MID)
Kansas City Board of Trade (KCBT)
Korea Futures Exchange (KOFX)
London International Financial Futures Exchange (LIFF)
London Metal Exchange (LME)
Mid American Commodity Exchange (MIDA)
Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGE)
Montreal Exchange - Bourse de Montreal (MONT)
The NASDAQ Stock Market
New York Board of Trade (NYBT)
New York Cotton Exchange - Parent company is the New York Board of Trade
New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMX)
New Zealand Futures and Options Exchange
Osaka Mercantile Exchange
Osaka Securities Exchange
Paris Bourse
Singapore Exchange (SGX)
South African Futures Exchange (SFE)
Spanish Financial Futures & Options Exchange - MEFF Renta Fija (MEFF)
Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE)
Tokyo Commodity Exchange - (TCOM)
Tokyo Grain Exchange - (TGE)
Winnepeg Commodity Exchange (WCE)
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Disclaimer and Important Risk Warning:

You should understand that trading in the futures and or options markets is not for everyone. There is substantial risk of loss when trading futures and or options. Carefully evaluate whether trading in the futures and or options markets is appropriate, as such trading is speculative in nature. When trading futures, you may sustain losses which exceed your margin deposits. Purchasing options may result in the entire loss of premiums paid for such options. Options sellers should understand that they may be at risk of assuming a long futures position in the case of selling a put or a short futures position in the case of selling a call from the respective strike prices of such options. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results.
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