El Segundo, CA, November 05, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- MB Trading (“MBT”), a financial services company, announced today that it had made available three CME livestock symbols for futures customers. The contracts will be available on the company’s Navigator software, Barron’s top-ranking platform in trading technology.
“We continue to expand the depth of our offerings across the board and integrate those products into our platform for traders in all asset classes,” said Ross Ditlove, CEO of MB Trading. “The Navigator is an extremely popular platform that is versatile enough to handle anything from forex to futures, from options to stocks.”
New symbols include Feeder Cattle (GF), Lean Hogs (HE), and Live Cattle (LE). All three contracts are full-sized contracts. Commissions are $2.45 per contract. As with other futures contracts with MB Trading, the commissions are all-inclusive of exchange fees.
“Futures traders do not come in one shape and size,” said David Lipsett, Executive Vice-President of MB Trading. “We want to make sure that whatever they trade, our system facilitates their needs. While many of our traders focus on one area of the market, we are seeing more and more people apply their trading styles to a range of products. As we make more symbols available, more and more traders with a range of trading interests are coming to us.”
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MB Trading offers online stocks, options, futures, and Forex trading through their proprietary platform, the MBT Navigator. Securities products are offered through MB Trading, member FINRA, SIPC. MB Trading Futures, Inc. (MBTF) is a CFTC registered FCM and member of the NFA. MBTF offers execution and settlement services for futures based products, as well as off-exchange foreign currency (Forex) products through MB Trading.
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