Currencies Futures Trading
British Pound Futures Canadian Dollar Futures Japanese Yen Futures Swiss Franc Futures Euro FX Futures
CME Currency Futures (FX)
Currency futures are futures markets where the underlying commodity is a currency exchange rate, such as the Euro fx to US Dollar exchange rate, or the Japanese Yen to US Dollar exchange rate. Currency futures fx are essentially the same as all other futures markets, and are traded in exactly the same way.
Futures based on currencies are similar to the actual currency markets (often known as Forex), but there are some significant differences. For example, currency futures FX are traded via exchanges, such as the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange), but the currency market Forex is traded via currency brokers.
Futures markets are traded at futures exchanges like the CME Group in the US.
Introduction to FX Trading
Averaging over $5 trillion per day, the foreign exchange (FX) market is where currencies are bought, sold and exchanged. There are many ways to pursue opportunities of the worlds’ largest market, but FX futures offer many advantages over trading spot or over-the-counter FX. Discover the liquidity, nearly 24-hour access and security of trading standardized FX futures on a regulated exchange. Build your knowledge of how FX futures work and why various market participants like large global banks, regional brokers dealers and even small, unregulated boutiques turn to these contracts to navigate the fragmented global FX marketplace.