As a reminder…Friday, May 26th is the Last Trading Day for ALL the May Metals (Gold, Silver, Copper, Platinum, Palladium, mini-Gold, mini-Silver, Aluminum, eMICR Gold, COMEX 1000oz Silver). Fri May 26th is also the Last Trading Day for the NYMEX June Nat Gas in NY. We ask that you do not wait until the last minute to exit your May Metals and NYMEX June Natural Gas positions.
Monday, May 29th is the First Notice Day for the June Canadian Gov’t Bonds (CGB). Anyone LONG the June CGBs that morning will be at risk of taking delivery. To avoid this risk, please roll or liquidate your June CGB LONG positions prior to the close of business on Fri, May 26th.
Tuesday, May 30th is the First Notice Day for the June LIFFE Long Gilt in London. Anyone LONG the June LIFFE Long Gilt that morning will be at risk of taking delivery. To avoid this risk we again ask that you roll or liquidate your June Long Gilt LONG positions prior to the close of business on Fri, May 26th. As a reminder, the market is closed on Mon, May 29th.
Tues, May 30th is also the Last Trading Day for the ICE-EU Natural Gas. We ask that you do not wait until the last minute to exit this market.
Wednesday, May 31st is the First Notice Day for the June 30Yr Bonds, ULTRA Bonds, 10Yr, 5Yr, 3Yr & 2Yr Notes, ULTRA 10Yr Notes & June CBOT Ethanol. Wed, May 31st is also the First Notice Day for ALL the June Metals. Anyone who is LONG the CBOT June Financials, Ethanol and/or June Metals that morning will be at risk of taking delivery. To avoid the risk of taking delivery, please roll or liquidate your June Financial, Ethanol and/or Metal LONG positions prior to the close of business on Tues, May 30th.
Wed, May 31st is also the Last Trading Day for the NYMEX June HO & RBOB in NY. We again ask that you do not wait until the last minute to exit these markets.
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