As a reminder…Today is the First Notice Day for the April Live Cattle after the close of business. Anyone LONG the April Live Cattle after the close will be at risk of taking delivery. To avoid this risk, we ask that you roll or liquidate your April Live Cattle LONG positions prior to the close of business today!
Today is also the Last Trading Day for the ICE May Sugar #16. We ask that you do not wait until the last minute to exit this market.
Wed, April 12th is the Last Trading Day for the April Gas Oil. We again ask that you do not wait until the last minute to exit this market.
Thursday April 13th is the Last Trading Day for the London May Sugar #5. We ask that you do not wait until the last minute to exit this market.
Monday, April 17th is the Last Trading Day for ALL the April CME Currencies (AD, BP, EC, RP, CH, MP, RA) except CD which is on Tues, April 18th. These April currencies stop trading at 9:16am Chicago time on Monday & Tuesday. We ask that you exit your CME April currency positions by the close of business this Thurs, April 13th. Note – Currencies are closed for trading on Fri, Apr 14th.
Mon, April 17th is also the First Notice Day for the May ICE Cocoa. Anyone LONG the May ICE Cocoa that morning will be at risk of delivery. To avoid this risk of taking delivery, please roll or liquidate your May ICE Cocoa LONG positions by the close of business this Thurs, April 13th. Note – this market is also closed on Fri, Apr 14th.
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