How do changes in maximum order sizes affect commodity markets? Check out our Market Microstructure analysis on the CME’s change in order size for corn calendar spread futures to learn how the price and size reactions to these larger contracts affected execution risk.
What You'll Learn:
Impact on Trade Sizes and Posted Quantities
Impact of Max Trade Size Increase on Execution Risk
Download the Market Microstructure: Corn Futures Spreads Paper
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