Please be advised that, beginning with the December 2010 contract month, the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc. (NYMEX) will implement an amendment to Rule 972.06 (“Termination of Trading”) concerning the Colombian Peso futures contract (Commodity code V2; Chapter 972) changing the last trade date to the Wednesday immediately prior to the second Thursday of the contract month. The Colombian Peso futures contract is listed for trading on the NYMEX trading floor and for clearing through CME ClearPort®.
The amendment to Rule 972.06 is provided below in blackline.
(underline indicates addition; strikethrough indicates deletion)
Rule 972.06 Termination of Trading
The last trading day for NYMEX Colombian Peso Futures Contracts shall be the
Second Wednesday immediately prior to the second Thursday of the corresponding trading contract month of the underlying Colombian Peso futures. In the event that the Second Wednesday immediately prior to the second Thursday of the contract month is an Exchange holiday a Colombian national holiday, the termination of trading will occur on the first business day immediately prior preceding the Second Wednesday of the month.
If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact Robert Biolsi at (212) 299-2610.
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