Financial Milestones in 2011

  • Traded 3.4 billion contracts worth more than $1 quadrillion in notional value, which included record average daily volume of 13.4 million contracts.
  • Achieved record annual average daily volume for foreign exchange (FX), agricultural commodities, energy and metals product lines.
  • Launched CME Clearing Europe, based in London, to serve non-U.S. clients.
  • Integrated London-based Elysian Systems to provide single interface for access to energy markets.
  • Launched over-the-counter interest rate and credit default swap clearing solutions via CME ClearPort and expanded in FX, agricultural commodities and metals contracts.
  • Broadened strategic partnerships with leading global firms including BM&FBOVESPA, Bursa Malaysia, Dubai Mercantile Exchange and the Mexican Derivatives Exchange.
Average Daily Trading Volume: 07 - 11,134; 08 - 12,775; 09 - 10,258; 10 - 12,167; 11 - 13,439

Average Daily
Trading Volume

(in thousands)

Average Daily Electronic Trading Volume: 07 - 8,661; 08 - 10,180; 09 - 8,290; 10 - 10,120; 11 - 11,350

Average Daily Electronic
Trading Volume

(in thousands)

Notional Value: 07 - 1,134; 08 - 1,227; 09 - 813; 10 - 994; 11 - 1,068

Notional Value

(in trillions of dollars)

Dividend Payout: 07 - 3.44; 08* - 4.60; 09 - 4.60; 10 - 4.60; 11 - 5.60

Dividend Payout

(in dollars per share)

* Excludes $5 per share special dividend

2011 Product Line Revenues: Interest Rates - 27; Equities - 21; Energy - 27; Foreign Exchange - 7; Agricultural Commodities - 12; Metals - 6
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2010 Product Line Revenues: Interest Rates - 27; Equities - 21; Energy - 27; Foreign Exchange - 7; Agricultural Commodities - 12; Metals - 6

Product Line Revenues

(as a percentage of total clearing and transaction fees)

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