CME Group reports big switch to futures

Traders used instead of OTC derivatives when volatility hit

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Security guards cover a screen displaying stock information in preparation for a lecture after the market closed at a brokerage in Huaibei, Anhui province, March 21, 2014. China shares climbed on Friday, as investors snapped up stocks after the expiry of Chinese futures, focusing on sectors such as coal and banks which have been hammered recently on concerns about the slowing economy ©Reuters
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Pedestrians walk past an electronic billboard displaying current FTSE 100 stock market data in London, Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008. European stock markets fell, then recovered some lost ground Thursday on expectations Wall Street will not repeat the heavy selloff from the day before. Asian markets closed sharply down. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant) ©AP
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