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Chicago Board Options Exchange

Chicago Board Options Exchange Definition

The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) is the world's largest futures and options exchange where contracts on securities, indexes, and financial products are traded. Trading at the CBOE uses a Hybrid system, which allows customers to have orders handled by either open outcry or electronically.

CBOE offers options on over 2,200 companies, 22 stock indices, and 140 exchange-traded funds (ETFs).


Additional meaning of Chicago Board Options Exchange:
The exchange was established in 1973, by creating and listing standardized stock options.
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