Topics in this issue include:
Effective Sunday, May 3 (trade date Monday, May 4), to support the migration of ex-pit business to CME ClearPort, the Trader designation will be optional for CME ClearPort API for the following markets:
|Trader Name Requirement for Ex-Pit Trade Entry|
|CBT||Chicago Board of Trade|
|CCE||CME Clearing Europe|
|CEU||CME Europe, LTD|
|CMD||Credit Default Swap Exchange|
|CME||Chicago Mercantile Exchange|
|NYMSW||CME ClearPort Swaps - NYMEX|
Trades submitted without a trader identity will not include a Party element for Trader:
|The UserID of the trader individual for a trading entity.|
This change is currently available in New Release for customer testing.
In November 2014, CME ClearPort API introduced SMART Click for user self-management of profile and security information.
If you have not created your SMART Click profile and API ID(s), please do so immediately using the SMART Click’s API ID Management functionality. Once your ID is created, contact Enterprise Application & System Entitlements (EASE) to entitle the IDs for New Release, Production and Certification environments.
Legacy CME ClearPort API access will be supported through May 2015 as follows:
Please note: Legacy IDs cannot be used at the new URLs and new IDs cannot be used with legacy URLs.
With this change:
|New CME ClearPort Instances for SMART Click-Managed IDs|
|Environment||HTTPS URL Type||New URL|
Enterprise Application & System Entitlements (EASE) can be reached in the U.S. at +1 312 456 1560, Europe at +44 203 379 3802 or Asia at +65 6593 5536.
If you have questions, please contact Certification Support for Electronic Trading (CSET) in the U.S. at +1 312 930 2322, in Europe at +44 20 3379 3803, or in Asia at +65 6593 5593.
CME Group is the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace. The company is comprised of four Designated Contract Markets (DCMs). Further information on each exchange's rules and product listings can be found by clicking on the links to CME, CBOT, NYMEX and COMEX.