Published by Medill Reports, March 2007. The future looks rosy for the Eurodollar, and Chicago Mercantile Exchange Holdings Inc. is banking on it. It is expected to be the number one contract on the merged exchange.
Published by Medill Reports, March 2007. After World War II a young man from Mississippi packed his suitcase dreaming of a better life in the North. He moved to Gary hoping to land a job in a steel mill. Instead he founded a multi-million dollar business.
Published in the Northwest Indiana Times, Feb. 2007. Rich kids – they are all spoiled, bratty and far too eager to blow their parent’s money on decadent sweet-16 parties, right? Think again.
Published in the Northwest Indiana Times, Feb. 2007. Did Cupid’s arrow shoot past you on Valentine’s Day? Don’t drown your sorrow in chocolates just yet; love may be waiting in a cubicle near you.
Published by Medill Reports, Feb. 2007. IntercontinentalExchange Inc., the electronic trading market that bought the New York Board of Trade last year, reversed last year’s loss after posting strong fourth quarter results.
Published by Medill Reports, Jan. 2007. CBOT Holdings, Inc., the world’s second largest derivatives exchange, beat analysts’ expectations, reporting Wednesday that 2006 fourth-quarter profit more than doubled due to growth in trading volume and higher average rates per contract.
Published in the Chicago Journal, Jan. 2007. In light of its coming merger with the Chicago Board of Trade parent CBOT Holdings Inc. and double-digit volume growth for the seventh consecutive year, some analysts say investors should buy, buy, buy CME stock, despite its lofty price-earnings ratio.