Ensuring the Integrity of the Futures & Swaps Markets

Trading Organizations – Designated Contract Markets (DCM)

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American Commodity Exchange (ACE) was founded in 1978 and traded futures on GNMA certificates and US Treasury instruments. The last futures trades were in July 1981. The exchange closed in 1981 under an agreement whereby ACE members were offered membership in the New York Futures Exchange (NYFE).

The AMEX Commodities Corporation (ACC) was designated as a contract market on February 15, 1985. ACC currently is not operational; there has been no activity on the ACC since 1986.

No futures contracts are known to have been traded on the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce after designation. Originally Designated on 8/15/1923, Vacated on 8/18/1936.

On January 26, 2006, the Cantor Exchange (Cantor) requested a stay of the 180 day review period set forth in Section 6 of the Commodity Exchange Act.

The Cantor Financial Futures Exchange (CFFE) is curently dormant. CFFE was a joint venture of the New York Board of Trade and Cantor Fitzgerald & Co, which provided a proprietary electronic trading platform.

Cantor Futures Exchange, L.P. intends to list a Domestic Movie Box Office Receipt contract as its first contract.